About Fair Play
Fair Play is an out-of-school club exclusively for Coleridge School, working in partnership with both Coleridge teaching and support staff and our parents.
Parents are welcome to visit the Club at any time to join in activities. Fair Play listen to parents’ views and keep them up to date with their plans and information about the day-to-day operations of the Club. Fair Play discuss with you your child’s experiences, progress and friendships, and any concerns they may have.
Fair Play was set up by owner/manager Sarah Miller in 2004. Sarah’s own children were Coleridge pupils in the 1990s and her granddaughter left year 6 in 2015. Sarah currently has two grandsons at Coleridge.
Fair Play welcome children with special needs and work together with parents and other agencies to try to ensure all children are equally included in Fair Play activities.
Fair Play aims to consciously work against multidimensional aspects of racism, we do not accept discriminatory behaviour or attitudes among children, staff, volunteers, or parents.
Breakfast club runs from 8am to 8.45am, allowing staff to escort children to school by 8.50am.
A healthy meat-free breakfast is served until 8.35am.
After school, Fair Play staff accompany children back to one of Fair Play’s three clubs, where they can enjoy a healthy meat-free snack, rest, free play alone or with friends or join in a wide range of activities such as art, craft and painting, cooking, skittles, drama and dance, clay, woodwork, knitting, Lego®, sewing, reading, table football, cards, chess, various board games, puzzles, table tennis, air hockey and different sports.
After school clubs run until 6pm.
Please contact during term time only.
You may apply to join Fair Play after your child has been offered a school place at Coleridge by Haringey or Islington Admissions. Please text or email a contact email address to Sarah Miller as above for an application form to join the scheme.
Fair Play Admissions/Waiting List Procedure:
- Waiting Lists: Parents requiring a space at Fair Play will receive a waiting list form and will be placed on specific waiting lists based on their day and time (AM/PM) preferences, as well as their child’s year group.
- Application Response: Once a suitable place becomes available, parents will receive a registration form for completion.
- Vacancies: Priority is given to existing Fair Play attendees seeking additional sessions.
- Waiting List Status: Families remain on waiting lists until a place is offered, they request removal, or the child leaves Coleridge.
- Waiting List Offers: Available spaces are offered to families at the top of the waiting list for the specific session as they become available.
- Priority Considerations: Priority is given to single-parent households, siblings of existing Fair Play attendees, children of Coleridge staff, and requests from the local authority social services department.
- Multiple Child Requests: Parents seeking places for more than one child wait until suitable vacancies arise for all children.
- Changing Needs: Parents must inform Fair Play of changing needs to ensure accurate placement on waiting lists.
- Permanent Placement: Once a child is admitted, there is no need for parents to reapply annually. The place is permanent as long as needed.
Click here to read Fair Play’s Information for Parents
Click here to read Fair Play’s Data Protection Policy