Wrap-around Care & Clubs

Jesus said, ‘I am the Good Shepherd… I know my sheep and my sheep know me.’ John 10.14

Suspension of wrap-around Care

Until 6th February 2023 we were able to offer wrap-around care at school from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm, thanks to our partnership with Multi-Active.

Unfortunately on 6th February Multi-Active announced that they were ceasing to operate with immediate effect and that the business was being liquidated. Sadly another victim of the challenging times in which we are living.

As this has come as a complete surprise to us, we have been unable to identify an alternative provider at short notice. We are working hard to identify the options for wrap-around care, and we will make further announcements as soon as we are able.

In the meantime we are doing our best to support parents for whom this has proved a major issue. Please do contact us if the current situation has an impact on you.

This statement was issued on 7th February.


We are delighted that we can offer our children a wide range of activities to enrich their learning and broaden their experience.

Each term there is a programme of optional clubs and activities which take place before school, at lunchtime, or after school.

Although Multi-Active were running most of our clubs, there may still be some other activities available independently. These clubs and activities may be offered by members of school staff, volunteers, or outside organisations. In all cases you can be sure that the activities are properly organised, risk-assessed, and fully insured. We will keep parents informed of what arrangements are in place until we have a plan to provide a replacement service.

Clubs may be active, or quieter and more reflective. We may have football, cricket, tennis, netball, art, cheerleading, archery, chess, or tech.

Some clubs and activities may only be suitable for particular age groups, but otherwise we’ll make sure that everyone can be included as far as it is possible.

Clubs may require payment and parents will be notified of this, or you can ask at the school office. Some clubs require a minimum number of children in order to run, and in some cases there will be a maximum number of places available.

Photograph of pupils at Bayford School
This page was last updated on 7th February 2023