Spare Time Clubhouse

We are a non-profit child care organization that offers quality affordable before and after school care for children attending at General Wolfe Elementary School. Our goal is to provide a safe, fun environment that encourages and challenges children to try new things.

Each day, children at Spare Time Clubhouse may choose from a selection of programs and activities. Our programs include homework club, arts & craft projects, organized cooperative games & sports, free play and educational workshops. During free play, we offer a variety of board games, outdoor time and age-appropriate activities. We also have designated areas for a library, video games/computer and more!

On all field trips, children are well supervised and ride in our Variety Club vans and buses driven by qualified, licensed class 4 drivers.

The monthly fee includes all program activities and field trips, as well as nutritious lunches and snacks.

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PROGRAM

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Juniors Program: Grades K-2 Our centre provides many age appropriate outlets for play and fun specifically geared for Grades K-2.
Leaders Program: Grades 3 & 4 Spare Time Clubhouse takes pride in our Leaders’ Club Programs developed for Grades 3-4. These programs focus on skill learning, knowledge building, personal responsibility and increased independence.
Loungers Program: Grades 5, 6 & 7 Our Loungers program is specifically designed to engage and challenge children in Grades 5, 6 & 7.
Morning Program: Grades K-7 Early birds who attend Spare Time Clubhouse can play quiet games, do arts & crafts or homework. Breakfast is available from 7:30-8:30am.
Holidays During holiday breaks, Pro D days and district closures our centre is open Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with lunch and snacks provided.

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    Homework Club

    The Spare Time staff are available to help with homework between 3:30 – 4:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday (Friday being an option.) It is the children’s responsibility to bring and complete their own homework. Our scheduled programs start at 4:00 p.m. Leaders that are not in the Homework Club have the opportunity to play quiet games or read.

    Leaders & Loungers Clubs

    The Leaders & Loungers Club programs developed for Grades 3 to 7 focus on skill learning, knowledge building, personal responsibility and increased independence.

    Goals for a Leader & Loungers:
    • Be ready to have fun.
    • Be responsible for your actions.
    • Be respectful to others; verbal and physical abuse are not tolerated.
    • Be accountable for where you are and what you do.

    Each day, children at Spare Time may choose from a selection of programs and activities. In addition to the daily programmed activity, they have the opportunity to learn to play a variety of board games, expand their creativity through arts & crafts, have quiet time in the library area, play different sports, have access to computers and participate in Homework Club.

    Snack

    We prepare delicious and nutritious snacks daily which are served shortly after school.  Snacks include a combination of veggies, fruits, baked goods, soup, deli wraps, pizzas and salads.

    Gym & Outdoor Activities

    The children have daily access to the gym or outdoors to foster an active, healthy lifestyle. Hockey, basketball, baseball, table tennis, ice skating, co-operative games and challenges are some of the activities we do for fun, teamwork and skills development. With direct access to the school’s beautiful playground, we also play there regularly during free time.


    Exciting Winter Break, Spring Break and Summer Holiday programs are offered and a separate schedule will be available. There will be an extra charge for these programs.

    Spare Time Clubhouse
    4251 Ontario Street
    Vancouver, BC
    V5V 3G8
     

    Phone: 604.875.1818
    Fax: 604.875.1882

    Email. alona@sparetimesociety.org
    Stay in touch for all of our centre’s latest updates on Twitter @STClubhouse and on Facebook.
    Registration

    The Centre Supervisor will confirm if there is a space for your child, then you will be asked to fill out and submit your forms electronically.




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