Welcome to Wraparound
Meet the Staff
Favourite Subject: I love answering children's
questions about minibeasts, wildlife and
animals which helps to develop their
understanding of the world.
Favourite Book: Highway Rat - I especially
reading this book to my grandson.
Favourite Author: Julia Donaldson
Favourite Song: Queen Delilah
Hobbies: My ponies, wildlife and anything to do with animals.
Favourite Subject: Working with children in
the early Years is magical you never know
what your day is going to be. I enjoy all the
activities with the children.
Favourite Book: It’s got to be Peter Rabbit.
I loved these books when I was a child.
Favourite Author: Beatrix Potter – obviously!
Favourite Song: There are just too many songs I love to only pick one!
Hobbies: I have a rescue dog and love taking him for walks in the parks. I also enjoy going to vintage fairs and salvage fairs.
I love involving the children in art and crafts
work. There’s something magical about
watching their faces light up as they
My favourite book is ‘Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse’ by Ursula Moray Williams. It was read to me in Primary school by my class teacher and holds many fond memories.
My favourite author is Nick Butterworth.. I love the Percy the Park Keeper series.
I enjoy most types of music, but especially power ballads and Disney tunes. Basically anything that makes me feel happy!
I love reading, painting and pottering in my garden. I also enjoy exploring and travelling and spending time with my family.
Wraparound was opened in September 2003 and is now a well-established and recognised part of Dane Royd School.
Wraparound offers childcare before and after our nursery sessions for three and four year olds on payment of a fee. We believe we offer every child continuity of care, which in turn promotes and enhances their individual development and learning.
During the sessions the children are provided with play opportunities, which reflect the needs and interests of the children attending. Activities include arts and crafts, construction, baking, junk modelling, physical play, and the opportunity to be involved in many celebrations and traditions throughout the year. Healthy snacks and drinks are provided during the session.
Further details including fees, lunchtime arrangements, registration forms, booking forms etc. can be obtained by contacting Mrs Beddard on 01924 242917 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you and your children!
What will we learn?
Cycle 1: (2021-2022)
Cycle 2: (2022-2023)
Morning- 8.45am – 11.45am
(If using our nursery)
Afternoon- 12.15pm – 3.15pm
(If using our nursery)
Full day session- 8.45am – 3.15pm
SUMMER 1 (w/c 17.4.23 to 22.5.23)
Monday 24th April - St. Georges Day Lunch Menu
Monday 1st May - Bank Holiday
Friday 5th May - King's Coronation celebrations in school
Monday 8th May - Bank Holiday
w/c 15th May - Walk to School Week
SUMMER 2 (w/c 5.6.23 to 17.7.23)
Wednesday 21st June - Artsmark Launch
Thursday 22nd June - Summer Picnic Lunch Menu
Friday 23rd & Monday 26th June - INSET
Monday 3rd July - Summer Concert
Wednesday 5th July - UFS Class Assembly
Thursday 6th & Friday 7th July - 'Meet the Teacher' transition activities
Friday 14th July – Rock Steady Concert
Thursday 20th July - Oliver Twist Pantomime
Our Designated Safeguarding Team consists of Miss Kelly, Mrs Kendall, Mrs Hemingway and Mr Lee. Our Mental Health Leads are Mrs Hemingway and Mrs Kendall. If you have any concerns about a child or family, please speak to one of these staff members. They can be contacted via the main school office, (01924 242917) or by email, to email@example.com (Please mark FAO: DSL/Safeguarding Concern)