Jesters Breakfast & After-School Clubs and Holiday Activity Days in our rural setting offer a safe, exciting environment. Children aged 4-12 come together to enjoy a stimulating, secure place of fun and learning in our fantastic facility and large garden.
Breakfast, After School & Holiday Childcare for 4-12 year olds
We’ve created and provided a safe, activity filled environment for school age children up to 12 years of age, from all backgrounds, who can come together and enjoy a stimulating and safe place of fun and learning. This allows parents and carers to work, study or rest with the peace of mind that their children are happy and cared for.
Our Breakfast, After School and Holiday sessions have been specially created to encourage all children to develop their social skills, form new friendships and acquire new interests in great activities, whilst being looked after, provided healthy nutritious meals and snacks, and having lots of enjoyment!
At Bicknacre, we have a large un-overlooked garden surrounded by countryside fields. It is equipped with some large, age-appropriate play equipment and plenty of open space to encourage physical activity, support children’s balance and co-ordination, enable a love for nature, promotes team games, forest led experiences, risk taking and supports every child’s wellbeing.
From our ‘Fantastic Fun Theme Days’, eco-play garden, arts and crafts, music, cooking, science experiments, all things nature and the great outdoors to name just a few; Breakfast, After School and Holiday care will never be the same again.
So why not let Jesters provide the safe, healthy, caring, and happy environment your child needs?
Essex CM3 4EX
To make a Day Nursery or Pre-School booking:
Tel: 01245 222865
Find us on Facebook: @JestersNurseryBicknacre
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To make a Breakfast, After School or Holiday Club booking:
Tel: 01245 222384
Find us on Facebook: @JestersKidsClubBicknacre
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