Out of School Clubs are safe, caring, fun places for primary aged children to go after school and during the holidays while parents work, train or study.
Clubs operating for more than 2 hours per day and more than 6 days per year are registered with the Care Inspectorate (www.careinspectorate.com). They should be able to provide their most recent Inspection Report on request. They have trained staff who have Enhanced Disclosures and who are either fully qualified or working towards a relevant qualification. They offer a safe, caring environment where parents can have peace of mind that their children are being well looked after, and provide a planned programme of stimulating activities to encourage children to learn through play. The clubs encourage children to have an opportunity to socialise with other children of different ages and abilities in a safe environment, and provide a quiet space for children to do homework if they want to.
The Clubs in Dundee are supported by the Out of School Care Team who can be contacted at:
Out of School Care Team
1A West Bell Street
Dundee DD1 1EX
Tel: 01382 434437
You can also find out information about Out of School Clubs in Dundee, such as up-to-date lists and details such as facilities and costs of clubs by contacting the Dundee Childcare and Families Information Service or by visiting the local Dundee pages of www.families.scot and searching the Out of School Care Category.
For advice on choosing an Out of School Club download the PDF - Choosing an Out of School Care Service (185KB PDF)
Dundee Out of School Care has its own network. Feel free to visit the webpage and find more information about the clubs, services and events of the network at https://dundeecity.gov.uk//parents/schoolcare/.