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Before and after school care

Darell Primary and Nursery School provide term-time before and after school care for the children from Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays and School Inset Days).

Our team of staff aim to provide the highest possible standard of care in a safe and secure environment.  Ensuring the safety and welfare of the children is our paramount concern.

Sessions and Prices

The breakfast club will operate between 7:30am – 8:45am.

The price of each session is £5.50 per child.

The afterschool club offers 3 different sessions:

15:15pm-16:30pm. The price of this session is £8.00

15:15pm-18:00pm. The price of this session is £14.00

16:30pm-18:00pm. The price of this session is £10.00

Children will be collected from their classes at 15:15pm to attend afterschool club and will be brought to the main office at their pick-up time for parents to collect them. If the office is unoccupied please ring the bell or alternatively call the number displayed on the desk and your child will be bought to the front office.

Contact information

If you are having any issues booking a session please contact the school office on 02088766721 or email or


Parental Responsibility:

It is the parent/carers responsibility to book their child’s required sessions, which can be booked using your Arbor account. We accept childcare vouchers.


It is vital you let the office staff know if your child is going to miss a session that has been booked – please inform the office 24 hrs in advance any cancelations on the day will still be charged to your account. No refunds or discounts will be offered in the event of a child being absent e.g. illness/holiday.


Parents/carers are asked to collect their children from the main office on Niton Road. Please ensure you inform the school ahead of time if someone different will be collecting your child.

Late collection fees are charged at £1.00 per minute from 6.01pm.

Pupil Safeguarding and Wellbeing

Darell Nursery and Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, parents, carers and volunteers to share this commitment.

Every member of staff recognises that they have an individual responsibility for referring child protection concerns.  Staff will follow procedures within in the Child Protection Policy and the Richmond upon the Thames LSCB Safeguarding guidance.