07864 091060 info@thekaleidoscopeclub.co.uk 

About The Kaleidoscope Club 

About The Kaleidoscope Club 

 
We are an after school service providing collection and care for primary school children in the Barnet area. 
 
Currently, our service provision is for the Cromer Road school, and our plan is to expand in the future. 
 
Please contact us for the latest collection service we are providing 
 
The Kaleidoscope Club i designed to accommodate the needs of working parents by providing a longer opening time - 3.15pm - 6.15pm- each weekday during term time, and an easily accessible and convenient online booking system. 
 
 
Our aim is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for the children service, something they will look forward to each day!. 
 
The Kaleidoscope philosophy is to provide relaxed and child friendly care, that the children enjoy and works for parents and carers as much as possible. 
 
All of our staff are experienced childcare practitioners, and are chosen for their love of working with children. 
 
Children will be able to explore and experience small world play, art and craft, board and team games and socialise freely at our sessions. We want the children to be happy, safe and nurtured whilst in our care and experience something new each week. 

  Kaleidoscope Club Venue: Upper rooms at Lyonsdown Hall 

This venue has been deliberately chosen as it is in close proximity to New Barnet railway station for those parents and carers who commute on this route, and also provides a great space of four classrooms in which children can explore different play spaces. 
 
 
 

  Activities for all 

We have a games room with football table, table tennis, darts and snooker boards. We have a quiet reading and literacy zone, film Friday and a free space aimed at younger children where toys and games are.available. 
 
The kitchen diner provides the perfect recuperation area for the children and a place for them to sit and craft afterwards if they so wish. 
 
 
 

2020 Theme Calendar! 

2020 Theme Calendar! 

Here are the themes that we will be exploring at our setting and using our resources to teach the children through play. We will provide stories, toys, art and craft at an age appropriate level to look at the following topics and keep the children learning and enthralled! Our topics aim to provide an enriched awareness of diversity and culture, sports, arts and literature and healthy living. 
January 
 
1st – 31st 
Recycle Your old Christmas cards into gift tags! 
25th 
RSPB Big bird watc 
27th 
Holocaust Memorial day (age appropriate activities) 
30th 
Young Carers awareness day 
February 
 
1st (to March 14th) 
Rugby 6 Nations 
1st – 8th 
National Storytelling Week 
3rd – 9th 
Children’s Mental Health week 
4th 
Rosa Parks Day 
7th 
Charles Dicken’s birthday 
11th 
Safer Internet day (we will do various safer internet activities throughout the year) 
11th – 17th 
Random acts of kindness week 
14th 
Valentine’s day 
25th 
Pancake day (guess what we’re having for dinner?) 
26th (to April 9th) 
Lent – (Christian) 
March 
 
Feb 29th – March 6th 
Engineers week 
1st 
St David’s Day (Wales) 
2nd 
Dr Seuss Day! 
4th 
World maths day 
5th 
Charles Dicken’s birthday 
6th – 15th 
British Science week 
8th 
International Women’s day 
9th-10th 
Holi 
11th-17th 
Brain awareness week 
22nd 
Mothers day 
April 
(Easter break 6th to 17th April) 
1st 
Pet month (We will have an animal visit this month) 
2nd – 30th 
World autism awareness month 
21st 
Queens birthday 
23rd 
St Georges day (England) 
23rd 
Ramadan (Muslim) 
25th 
World Vet day 
May 
(Half term 25th-29th May) 
1st – 31st 
National Walking Month 
1st – 31st 
Local and Community History Month 
3rd 
Space day 
6th – 12th 
Deaf awareness week 
6th – 12th 
National sun awareness week 
9th 
Europe day 
12th 
Florence Nightingales birthday 
13th – 19th 
National Vegetarian week 
18th (to June 18th) 
National Smile awareness month (Dental hygiene information) 
23rd – 24th 
Eid Ul-Fitr (Muslim – End of Ramadan) 
June 
(Inset day 1st June) 
May 30th – July 14th 
World Cricket cup 
1st to 30th 
Pride month 
4th to 10th 
Food safety week 
6th 
D Day landings 
8th 
National Oceans day 
10th to 14th 
Health eating week 
17th to 23rd 
Refugee week 
21st 
Father day 
29th – July 21st 
Wimbledon tennis. 
Please ask if you would like to see something on our calendar that is not already there! We love to see new ideas from parents and carers and reflect the home lives and backgrounds of all of the children at our setting. Please ask! 
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