J really enjoys his afternoons at Casa, a happy environment where
he plays and enjoys activities amongst friends. The staff are always welcoming and obviously care for all the children. J always comes home happy and suitably worn out! Thank you

My children love all the activities - so much choice. Yummy snacks and lovely staff! Really pleased that this provision is here - confident in leaving my children here.

Thank you so much again Laura, for being on top of things. I don’t know what I’d do without you and your team at Casa. Your support for working parents is invaluable. Harry loves you all and I feel he is protected and well looked after. You don’t know what a relief that is to me. Rocia Wales.- St Augustine’s Parent

My son O attends Casa club 3 days a week and every time I pick him up he is upset to go home. He loves playing with friends and team members. Apparently games are awesome. His best day is when you do some cooking and some crafts . He brings home all sort of things. Just a big thank you to Holly and the team for creating such a safe and fun environment for Oliver. It makes such a difference to working parents to know that your child is well looked after.
– Mrs Chew- St Polycarp’s Parent

Charity News

Casa Clubs new Charity is Chiks with is an orphanage in the state of Keral India
and we will be working very hard to help them build the new block for the boys
this year. Please visit the website for further information or to donate. monies
raised from previous fund raising will be transferred to Chiks asap.

"Chiks is about rescuing poor Indian children - often from the streets - and giving
them total care, education and a future, freed from a cycle of deprivation - of family generations trapped in poverty. We’ve been doing this since the mid-1990s, and
today nearly 200 children are happily living in our loving and secure orphanages.

"The work started in the mid-1990s when I worked with Indian friend Sister Mary, formerly
with Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity, to establish an orphanage in Kerala,
SW India. A handful of boys and girls appeared immediately, a parent or a church leader
telling us of the tribal conditions or homelessness in which a child was existing.

"The pattern continues, which is tragic. But even the parents, those with little or no work, can be quick to recognise that their children would likely have a far better chance in life if helped from the poverty cycle and into a future that, sadly, they could only dream about." - Robin Radley.

Casa After School Clubs have been busy raising money for chiks over the past couple
of months. In September Casa Clubs hosted its onesie day which was great fun for all children and staff.

In November Casa Clubs held a doughnut a donate week in partnership with Krispy Kreme. In the previous
year we held this for a day and this was a great success so we held it again this year for a week. All the children
and staff at Casa worked really hard selling doughnuts out on the playground and at Casa Clubs for the week
raising an amazing £507 for chiks. I would like to say a big thank you to all parents, children and school staff
that bought a doughnut or two to help us raise money.


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