Overview of Provision
The role of the modern day primary school is changing. It is no longer a 9:00am – 3:00pm provision and the culture of Hoddlesden St Paul’s CVE Primary School is very much about providing for the school family.
Our provision caters for parents who are unable to collect their children at the end of the school day. It operates from 7.30am to when the school day starts and when school finishes to 6.00pm. Please see the Collection of Pupils Policy for further details.
Not only is this provision run by members of Hoddlesden St Paul’s CVE Primary School staff and not an outside agency, parents have the reassurance that their children are in a safe, secure and familiar surrounding.
Children from EYFS to Yr6 have access to most of the school facilities during their time in either provision which includes the ICT suite, cookery, and playgrounds. The provision will be held in the main school hall and access for dropping off and collection will be via the Junior doors.
The activities provided are varied, engaging, safe, educational and child friendly.
Breakfast will be included and served until 8.15am for children accessing the morning club. Dinner will be served from 4.30pm for children attending the after school provision (dietary requirements will be taken via the application pack).
Different price tariffs for children from EYFS to Year 6 are in place, please click the link below to access a full breakdown of associated costs.
Drop off and Collection
Pupils should be collected promptly at 6.00pm by an authorised adult. Go Beyond staff will deal with the safe collection and drop off of pupils in their care. Pupils will not be allowed to leave with any siblings under the age of 16. Parents collecting pupils late will be charged and will be separately invoiced. A late fee of £5 per 5 minutes will be charged.
Child Protection and Safeguarding (CP&S)
GO BEYOND Before and After School provision will follow the schools agreed CP&S. Below are copies of appropriate policies, procedures and contact information.
Hoddlesden St Paul's CVE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Staff, governors and volunteers require an enhanced DBS disclosure and to undertake annual safeguarding training.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Christopher Dugdale (Head Teacher).
The Designated Safeguarding Governor is Miss Andrea Glynn.
The Additional Designated Safeguarding Leads are Mrs Adele Bass (Deputy Head Teacher) and Mrs Gemma Scholes.
The Designated Person for Looked After Children (CLA/LAC) and Pupil Premium Champion is Mrs Adele Bass.
The Deputy Designated Teacher for Looked After Children is Mr Christopher Dugdale.
The Online Safety and Prevent Champion is Mr Christopher Dugdale and Mrs Scholes (respectively)
If you are concerned about a child and you feel they are being abused, neglected or at risk of abuse/neglect, then you should consider making a safeguarding child referral.
Contact Blackburn with Darwen Children's Advice and Duty Service (CADS) for confidential advice and consultation. Monday to Friday 08.45-17.00 please call:
You can contact the Blackburn with Darwen Local Safeguarding Children Board by following this link:
We expect children to follow the same rules and expectations in terms of their behaviour as we do in school. We follow the schools behaviour policy, a copy of which is available on the website or from the school office.
Where there are persistent problems with behaviour which cannot be resolved by following the school policy we reserve the right to exclude a child from Go Beyond either on a temporary fixed term or permanent basis.
1. If you child should be excluded from Go Beyond the procedure is you will receive a letter explaining the reason for the exclusion and the length of time the exclusion is for. Any exclusion from Go Beyond will not be recorded on your child’s record as this is not an educational exclusion.
2. In this scenario you must approach the Head Teacher with any issues.