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PT After School Care


Breakfast Club
Up to 16 hours a week
245pm to 615pm
Term Time only
Colburn Children’s Centre
School Richmond

PT Holiday Club


Mary’s After School
Up to 37 hours per week
745am to 6pm
School Holidays only
Le Cateau Primary School
School Richmond

PT Childcare Hunton Breakfast Club


Up to 7.5 hours a week
745am to 915am
Term Time Only
Hunton Village Hall

PT Childcare Hunton After School Care


Up to 16 hours a week
245pm to 6pm
Term Time only
Hunton Village hall

PT Childcare Richmond St Marys


Up to 7.5 hours a week
730am to 9am
Term Time Only
St Mary’s RC Primary

PT Childcare Richmond St


Up to 16 hours a week
245pm to 6pm
Term Time only
St Mary’s RC Primary

Job Description – PT Holiday Club/After School Care and PT Childcare Playworker

Job Title: Playworker

Reports to: Club Manager or Deputy Manager (in the absence of the Manager)

Working Relationships:

  • Children and their parents/carers who use the club.
  • Club Manager and Deputy Manager
  • Staff team including apprentices and volunteers
  • Relevant individuals and organisations which may include schools, childcare and play related organisations, registering authorities.

Job Summary: Assist with day to day organisation of the club. Provision of playcare following club policies and procedures.

Principal Duties:

  • Assist the Manager and Deputy Manager to plan, prepare and provide creative and appropriate play opportunities in a safe and caring environment.
  • Provide full day care and/or before and after school care for the children and the safe delivery to parents and/or named carers.
  • Assist the Manager and Deputy Manager to ensure that refreshments and snacks are provided and meet the required standards of hygiene, health and safety.
  • Consult with children and involve them in the planning of activities.
  • Provide support to other playworkers and designated team members.
  • Carry out administration and financial procedures, record keeping, ordering and purchasing in accordance with club systems.
  • Administer first aid as appropriate.
  • Encourage parental involvement and support for the club.
  • Develop and maintain good communication with all members of the organisation and with the wider community including parents, schools, andchildcare and play related agencies.
  • Undertake training which may be required by the registering authority and to contribute to professional development.
  • Monitor and maintain a healthy, safe and secure working environment.
  • Carry out all responsibilities and activities within an equal opportunities framework.
  • Work within agreed policies