Yerbury After School Club

Fun for kids when school is out

The After School Club is run by Highbury RoundHouse.  The club provides a fun, safe environment for children aged four and a half to eleven to play, learn and have fun after school hours.  The After School Club is open during term time from 3.30pm (children are collected from the school) until 6.00pm .

The success of our club is due to the wide and varied programme of activities we provide for the children.  Parents feel confident that their children are being safely cared for and stimulated with both play and educational activities.  Children are also able to participate in classes and projects such as karate and art through attending the After School Club. We aim to offer a full range of activities on and off site in a safe and welcoming environment. We aim to build confidence, self esteem and self worth by introducing new skills and building on existing ones. Children can develop their full potential by being part of our lively club. The programme of activities is changed weekly through consultation with children and parents, so that children get the full benefits of all our equipment throughout the year. Parents are provided with copies of our weekly activities for comment and feedback.


A number of Playschemes are also held during the year:

Open from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

  • Half-terms
  • Easter
  • Summer


The children are able to enjoy lots of outdoor sports, football games, bike-riding, board games, art and crafts, cooking, karaoke competitions and jewelery making.

We also have lots of outdoor trips. In recent years we have had visits to the Science Museum, Woburn Safari Park, horse riding, London Aquarium, and a tour of the Arsenal Stadium.

If you’d like to find out more about the After School Club or Holiday Play Scheme please talk to Tina Chuku on 0207 281 3646 or email : to discuss registering your child.


About TINA CHUKU, After School Club Deputy Manager

Tina has been running the After School Club for Highbury Roundhouse for 2 years.  A trained accountant, she used to run 2 children centres for Brent Council and was its “Sure Start” coordinator.

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