After School Programme: 3pm - 6pm Monday - Friday during Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto School  Terms.

 Routine: (this is a guideline only and subject to change)


3pm ~ Sign in/Free time (Tamariki in Years 1 & 2 collected from class by Assistant Supervisor)

3.10pm~ Community Time (catch up on daily events/news etc.)

3.20pm ~ Afternoon Tea

3.30pm ~ Free time/Dishes

3.50pm ~ Home learning

4.15pm ~ Group time (Craft/Baking/Activity/Chromebooks/DVD/Sport) 

5pm ~ Pack up time/ Group games/Quiet time

6pm ~ Home Time

Friday Fun Day

3pm ~ Sign in/Free time

3.15pm ~ Community Time (catch up on daily events/news etc.)

3.20pm ~ Afternoon Tea

3.30pm ~ Tamariki orientated free time/Dishes/Friday fun day activity

5pm ~ Pack up time/ Group games/Quiet time

6pm~ Home Time

Each afternoon we provide a healthy snack, that complies with Ministry of Health guidelines.  We provide water, milk or milo for children to drink.

 Please click on link below for each Terms menu plan.

Home learning time is supervised with Staff reading with tamariki, helping with Maths and spelling. We have Chromebooks available for our tamariki in years 5-8 that do home learning online. Please feel free to discuss with us your children's individual needs with the Programme Leader.

Monday-Thursday we offer a range of activities to choose from each day and encourage the children to join in the activities available.  Activities may include: sport, arts & craft, baking, quiet activities, DVD, play dough, dress ups, board games, Chromebooks. 

Fridays we have free time and a staff led activity for children to participate in if they choose to. We have use of Beckenham Park and will quite often play in the playground.

We ask children to wear hats every day during Terms 1 & 4.  We have spare hats available which children will be asked to wear if they don't bring one. We provide a broad spectrum sunscreen SPF50 for use by all children. If your child requires a different type, please send them with this.

We have a maximum of 60 children each day.  Enrolment details can be found under enrolment page.

During term time we only take children from Beckenham Te Kura o Pūroto School  and children from Christchurch South Karamata Intermediate School who can make their own way to BOSCO.

We are Ministry of Social Development approved and follow their guidelines (located here) Copy of our approval can be viewed from our noticeboard at school.

The Programme Leader or Assistant Supervisor will always be in attendance of all programmes.  Our ratios are 1:10 while on site or 1:8 for excursions (or lower for higher risk activities).

Alba-Rae excited to make rain sticks as a craft.  February 2020.