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School aged children need safe care after school and during school holidays, right through the primary years and often into the first couple of years of secondary education.

Out-of-school clubs are usually based in or near schools, and some nurseries offer after school care too.  An after school club is a safe and secure place for children to go after the school day has finished for a few hours to engage in fun and play activities, or relax in a quiet corner reading or doing homework

Activities are planned so that your child can relax, learn, play and have fun with their friends. The pick-up time is usually 6pm, and some offer breakfast club facilities from 8am for parents who start work before school hours. Some services run before and after clubs, opening both in the morning and afternoon. Holiday Playschemes are run in the school holidays, often by the same organisation, and offer extra activities and days out. All are regulated and inspected by the CSSIW.

 

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Ymuno Scheme

What is YMUNO?

The Ceredigion YMUNO Scheme aims to:

  • Support registered settings so that all children and young people can attend after school clubs, holiday clubs or open access play sessions regardless of any additional needs they may have;
  • Help these settings to provide more staff to support children and young people with additional needs;
  • This can help the parents/carers of these children to go to work, education or training.

 

See leaflet for more details about the scheme.