Extended Day

We provide an extended school day Monday to Thursday, for 2-4 year olds, through our After School Club provision.  
We run an After School Club (ASC) four days per week. 
Monday 3.00pm-5.30pm 
Tuesday 3.00pm - 5.30pm
Wednesday 3.00pm - 5:30 pm
Thursday 3.00pm - 5.00pm
Friday - No ASC
ASC is open to all children. To secure a place please contact the office at office@comper.oxon.sch.uk. and they will send you a link to the application form.
Our After School Provision becomes full to capacity very quickly. If you do not get a place, you will be placed on a first come first served waiting list.  
Our places at After School Club are allocated according to the following criteria:
Priority will be given in the following order:
  1. Children we care for
  2. Children already in our After School Club
  3. Siblings of children who already attend After School Club
  4. Number of sessions applied for  - highest to lowest
  5. All other
Each session costs £16.00 .You will be invoiced at the beginning of each month.
If you collect your child late from ASC then you will be charged £10 for every 15minutes past the pick up time.
Please note:
At least 2 weeks written notice must be given to change a regular after school club booking. To notify us of your changes, please download the amendments form below. Changes to sessions are subject to availability.  Requested sessions are not guaranteed, but wherever possible we shall try to accommodate your requests.
The children that attend ASC will have their tea in the main hall all together with the staff at around 3.15pm. They will be offered a variety of snacks during the week which include: toast, crumpets or bread all with butter, fruit and water to drink. 
The children will access the Nursery indoor environment and the Nursery or Reception Garden depending on the time of year and number and age of children on any one day.
Our after School Provision is staffed by three members of staff unless we need less members of staff due to lower numbers of children attending. There is always a Designated Safeguarding Lead on site and at least one member of staff with a paediatric first aid certificate. The majority of the staff that work in the ASC also work during the day with the children in one of the settings, so there will be lots of familiar faces.