After School Club

We know it's sometimes difficult to balance work and life commitments. Here at Devoran School we offer before and after school clubs, run by Acorn Multisports fully-trained staff, and at a reasonable price to help make sure your children remain cared for outside of normal school hours.

Our wraparound service is an OFSTED accredited childcare service that we run based at your primary school on a daily basis from 3.15-6.00pm and we oversea everything from admin to running of the club. This means we are able to offer a reliable and professional service for parents. By being OFSTED registered this guarantees that the service that will be run at your school is going to be of high quality but this also allows parents to use childcare vouchers to pay for their child(ren) to use our service.

This service will provide children with a variety of activities with a focus of being fun and enjoyable but also educational based. By giving them opportunity to complete reading and homework tasks, using the schools ICT provisions where they can use/complete the schools English and Maths programmes such as Bug Club and Mymaths and taking part in physical activities and sport.

Parents will have the option of booking their child(ren) in for a one, two or three hour slots at a time so that this service is as flexible as possible to suit the parents requirements and needs.

During their time at our childcare service we will provide children with a variety of fruit, toast and other snacks as well as a drink.

 Liam Hoban


Contact: 07891521854

Price structure

Monday – Friday Cost for one child Cost for sibling(s)
3.15-4.15PM £3.50 £3.00
3.15-5.15PM £6.50 £6.00
3.15-6.00PM £8.50 £8.00

Miss Emma Foden

Miss Megan Shirnhofer

“Both my children thoroughly enjoy Acorn Multi-Sports after school club at Devoran School. In particular they enjoy making activities and playing football. They request to go on Fridays as its movie night …with popcorn!!

The staff are brilliant and well organized, they also offer a good range of engaging activities”