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Cambridge Kids Club @ Queen Edith

Cambridge Kids Club @ Queen Edith's (previously Rascals @ Queen Edith's) is dedicated to breakfast, after-school and school holiday care for children aged 4 right through to 14..

We will also provide a collection service from other schools in the area (Queen Emma, Colville, The Spinney and Cherry Hinton) where no after-school club exists or where Queen Edith Community Primary School is more convenient for the parents.

The hours of opening and the collection service available 51 weeks in the year ensure that parents may pursue their careers safe in the knowledge that their child is in a happy and secure environment.

Kids Club @ Queen Edith operates from:                                                  

Queen Edith Community Primary School,   
Godwin Way,

Our Facilities

Cambridge Kids Club @ Queen Edith has the use of the large main hall and a smaller community room as well as kitchen facilities and the schools vast outside play area.

The large hall provides opportunities for energetic games such as football, volleyball, basketball etc when the outside play area is not accessible due to light or bad weather.


Please click here for a full prospectus.

How to Register

If you would like to register your child at our club please complete the Registration Form & Consent Form (for those parents registering more than one child, please complete a separate form each child) and return it to

Our registration form includes a contract, which must be read and signed and returned to our postal address.

After School Club Collection

Cambridge Kids Club provides a daily collection service from Queen Emma Primary Schools. There is a reduced fee if parents of children aged 11+ considered that they are safe to make their own way to the Club. We may consider a drop back service on special requests.

Daily Walking Bus To / From:

  • Queen Emma Primary School

Please use the main school entrance when dropping / collecting your child (children) and a doorbell system is in operation to alert staff.


We try to keep the fee’s as low as possible, while maintaining sustainability and continuity. There is a one off registration fee of £20 and a refundable deposit of £100 only for breakfast & after-school club parents.  We charge per session as per below (update September 2012)


ad-hoc booking*
 Children attending Queen Edith / Queen Emma Primary School    
 Per session (7.45am to school opening time)


ad-hoc booking*
 Children attending Queen Edith / Queen Emma Primary School    
 Per half session (3.15pm to 4.30pm)
 Per full session (3.15pm to 6.00pm)

* ad-hoc - bookings outside your regular booking pattern

** Early Bird - Bookings made more than 5 working days before the start date

Sibling discount for 2nd and subsequent children in same family 10% [Queen Edith’s / Queen Emma School only]


Cambridge Kids Club @ Queen Edith is Ofsted registered and has the capacity for 100 children aged 4-14.

Some extracts from our February 2012 inspection include:

"Staff create a welcoming and secure environment where all children are fully included in the activities. Positive relationships with parents enable staff to effectively meet children's individual needs. Children make independent choices from a broad range of activities; consequently they make generally good progress in their learning and
Staff and management show a high commitment to the club and have effective systems to monitor and evaluate the quality of the provision."

"The environment is welcoming and friendly. A broad range of resources and equipment is accessible to the children...."

"Children show good relationships with staff and each other; they play together happily and their behaviour is good. Staff support the children well in their activities and clearly know and understand their needs; this helps to ensure children feel valued and secure..."

"Inclusion is particularly well supported in this friendly club. Children with diverse cultures and languages interact easily with one another ... Children learn about the wider world through planned activities, such as exploring food and tastes from around the world, or marking relevant festivals and events, such as Chinese New Year."

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