Owls After School Club

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For working parents and carers, or those just needing some extra time in the day...The OWLS Club can help to ease the challenges.

Fully qualified and trained staff care for the children in a safe and stimulating environment where children can socialise with their peers, engage in activities and have fun.

Whether they wish to play games with their friends or just ‘chill out’ quietly after the school day, their needs will be catered for at The OWLS Club.


Our Vision  - Live Love Learn

’To provide a high quality, inclusive, play and care

centred provision that meets the needs of children,

young people and families in our community.’’

Sample list of just some of the activities that are available to children at The OWLS Club...


  • Quiet Zone for Homework (...only if they want to!), reading or just chilling out after the school day.
  • Use of school IT
  • Board games
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Colouring/puzzles
  • Jigsaws
  • Small World toys – dinosaurs, cars, dolls etc
  • Ball games
  • Exploration – such as a bug hunt in the forest area!


What does it all cost?

  • Operates Monday to Thursday during term time
  • Two sessions to provide flexibility to working families
  • EARLY SESSION 1 – from 3.30pm – 4.30pm with snack included - Cost £5.00 per session
  • FULL SESSION – from 4.30pm – 5.30pm - Cost £10.00 per session



The club is run by fully qualified staff, who undertake regular training to ensure constant professional development and improvement.

All staff have DBS certificates.

Safeguarding, First Aid and Food Hygiene training is also ensured for all our staff.

The Club is registered and inspected by OfSted who monitor our standards at regular intervals, alongside the school.

The OWLS Club prides itself in providing quality of care and is committed to working in partnership with parents, families and carers to ensure ALL children’s needs are met.



The OWLS Club provides healthy, nutritious meals that will assist children learning good eating practices for the future.

Fresh fruit and/or vegetables are offered with all snacks, and fresh drinking water is available at all times.

Fresh food is obtained regularly and stored in conjunction with Food Hygiene regulations.

Children with specific food allergies and intolerances can be catered for following individual discussion with parents.



In all cases of illness – please notify the school directly.

It is particularly important that any cases of infectious diseases common in childhood (such as chicken pox, measles, whooping cough, gastro intestinal upsets etc) are notified in order that the spread of infection can be minimised.

Parents will be contacted immediately should their child show signs of illness during the session.  ONLY prescribed medication can be given at the Club.


Collection of Children/Security

Children can only be released for collection to adults named on the entry record form, unless a prior arrangement has been made.



The OWLS Club adheres to all school policies as set out by CDAT and the school management team. These policies are available to read upon request to the school office.

Policies are updated and amended regularly to meet current legislation.


How do I register my child?

Please contact the school office admin@utkintonce.cheshire.sch.uk  or call 01829 732322.

You are welcome to come visit us in session too.


We look forward to welcoming you soon!


Vision & Values Learning to Soar, Powered by God Isiah 40:31
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St Paul's CE Primary School
Utkinton and Cotebrook
Quarry Bank, Utkinton, Tarporley,
Cheshire, CW6 0LA

We are very proud to be a part of Chester Diocesan Academies Trust (CDAT). We work closely with the trust to promote the best outcomes for our pupils, whilst still working with other schools in the local area.