After School Club

After School Club

Our Dartington nursery operates a fantastic after school club for primary school aged children.

We collect the children from Dartington School and they engage in child-led fun and relaxed activities. so avoid the mad dash to collect your children after school and let Humpty Dumpty Childcare take the strain.

All children are given a snack to keep their energy levels up after a long day at school.

If you would like to book your child into out after school club please call Lisa or Emma on 01803 866 863.

Please note we do not run After School Club on Bank Holidays or during school holidays.

Costs

£10 per session

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We have three bright and spacious children’s day nurseries in Dartington, Dartmouth and Newton Abbot. Each nursery has been rated as ‘Good’ by Oftsted, with many ‘Outstanding’ features.

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