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PBIS provides an after-school child minding service, with refreshments and activities such as reading or play.

Our ExtraTime club is available for primary children in Reception - Year 6 and takes place at Kamyk and Vlastina. The service runs from 3 – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and parents can sign their children up for as many sessions as they wish to attend. 

Children are given refreshments, prepared by school catering, and then choose to do their homework, complete a selection of structured activities, read, run around outside, or simply relax.

Each site has a dedicated ExtraTime manager and a team of assistants. The capacity for ExtraTime is 30 children a day and is for primary children only (except pre-nursery and nursery).

For further information please see the frequently asked questions below or email:

Frequently Asked Questions

What do children do at ExtraTime?

There is a range of activities on offer including art, music, sports and computers. The children can also complete their homework or simply relax.

What does the snack consist of?

The snack includes a sandwich, drink (water or juice) and a piece of fruit or a vegetable.

What do I do if my child is sick and is booked to attend ExtraTime?

To cancel a session that you have booked you should contact the ExtraTime manager 24 hours before the session is due to start.

What if my child has after school clubs?

If your child wants to complete an after-school activity they will simply join ExtraTime at 4 p.m. when the activity has finished.

What are the opening hours of ExtraTime?

ExtraTime will be open from 3 – 6 p.m. every day. Children must be collected by 6 p.m. However, they can be collected at any time before 6 p.m.

Where is ExtraTime held?

There is a base room for ExtraTime on both sites. Children are able to use some of the wonderful facilities at each site too. They eat in the dining room and have the chance to play in the playground (or in the gym if the weather is poor).

How much does ExtraTime cost?

350CZK for a first child, 150CZK for a second child, and 50CZK for a third child in a family.

There is a special discounted 'Happy Hour' price of 150CZK / child for children that only attend from 15.00 - 16.15.

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