The Little Manor Play Project provides childcare for the children of parents who are working, studying, training or actively seeking employment. The project caters for children from 5-12 years of age and operates for 50 weeks of the year. During school holiday periods Little Manor organises playschemes. Parents can drop their children off at the project from 8am onwards and full care is available until 6pm.
Book now: 020 3355 3978 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our playscheme is open for all children who are 5-12 years old.
- Autumn Half-Term (October)
- Spring Half-Term (February)
- Easter Holidays (March/April)
- Summer Half-Term (May/June)
- Summer Holidays (July-August)
There is a one off registration fee of £25 per child.
The price we charge is £18 per day for the first child and £12 per day for siblings. Healthy morning and afternoon snacks are included in this price however children are required to bring their own lunch. Concession rates are available for parents who are studying training or actively seeking work.
The Little Manor Play Project is registered with Ofsted and we are proud to have achieved the highest possible rating at our last 3 inspections.
Our playschemes are run by a team of qualified and DBS checked staff. Little Manor prides itself on its energetic, creative and expert team of staff and volunteers. They are a key component of the project’s success and its intention to cater to each child individually, understanding that this is the best way for children to develop and grow. In them, the children see a diverse range of role models, both male and female, and are set an example of positive, respectful, relationships. Our team are dedicated, knowing the project inside and out; some of the team were Little Manor children themselves and others have children who have participated in the programme.
Children love Little Manor because with us they get to take part in a varied programme of activities which we know are difficult to access elsewhere. Our activities enhance learning, broaden horizons and increase independence; providing opportunities for social, physical, emotional & creative development and for improving health & well-being. We work across schools and age-groups so children get the opportunity to form friendships outside of school. By giving children a forum to play, as well as to grow practical skills, we ensure they leave the project equipped with skills and confidence to be successful young people, who will thrive.
Take a look at what we got up to in the October half-term!