PEAK Potential After School Programme

A sister to WanaExcel, PEAK Potential After School Programme was designed to be there for your child anytime you can’t. PEAK Potential provides active, fun learning experiences to keep school aged children motivated and engaged in a stimulating environment.  To make homework hassles disappear, we have qualified Early Learning teachers who will support your child’s independent thinking and reinforce skills learnt during the day while working among their peers in our Homework Club.

At PEAK Potential we have purposefully limited the numbers of students to create an optimum sized group where your children can foster close friendships, go on adventures out and about in our community, take part in both group and individual passion projects, do their homework alongside their peers and engage in fun, interactive activities after school, all while in the close ‘care’ of a registered Teacher. This service has the added bonus of allowing you to spend quality time with your children at the end of a busy day with all their school requirements out of the way!

Interested in our unique After School Programme? Contact us today!

Frequently asked questions

What does an afternoon at PEAK Potential look like?

An afternoon at the PEAK Potential Hub looks a bit like this:

3.00pm: Students meet one of our friendly staff at their School Pick Up Point

3.15pm: Arrive at the PEAK Potential Hub to enjoy a healthy and tasty afternoon snack

3:30pm: Homework Club and/or the quiet enjoyment of books

4:00: Creation Stations and/or Out& About Adventure

5:15: Parent pick up

The PEAK Potential Programme is exclusive to a maximum of 10 children to optimise ratios andprovide quality learning and fun experiences for your child.

What does an afternoon at PEAK Potential look like?

An afternoon at the PEAK Potential Hub looks a bit like this:

3.00pm: Students meet one of our friendly staff at their School Pick Up Point

3.15pm: Arrive at the PEAK Potential Hub to enjoy a healthy and tasty afternoon snack

3:30pm: Homework Club and/or the quiet enjoyment of books

4:00: Creation Stations and/or Out& About Adventure

5:15: Parent pick up

The PEAK Potential Programme is exclusive to a maximum of 10 children to optimise ratios andprovide quality learning and fun experiences for your child.

Does PEAK Potential provide healthy food?

Healthy bodies create healthy minds!  At PEAK Potential your child will enjoy food that is sourced from fresh, local produce whenever practical and possible.  We source natural wholesome fresh fruit and vegetables to serve alongside a slice of home baking or something savoury as a tasty after school snack.

Does PEAK Potential provide healthy food?

Healthy bodies create healthy minds!  At PEAK Potential your child will enjoy food that is sourced from fresh, local produce whenever practical and possible.  We source natural wholesome fresh fruit and vegetables to serve alongside a slice of home baking or something savoury as a tasty after school snack.

What if my child gets sick or gets hurt during the day?

If a child becomes unwell during one of our sessions, we will care for them away from the other children and contact a caregiver to pick them up as soon as possible to avoid them having any more contact with other children to help prevent the spread of sickness.  If your child has been vomiting or had a diarrhoea bug, we ask that you keep them away for at least 48 hours from their last incident. All staff at PEAK Potential are competent and trained in First Aid to deal with minor injuries.  An Accident Register is kept of all treatments and injuries that occur and these are monitored so our Health and Safety Policy and Practices can be adjusted accordingly.

What if my child gets sick or gets hurt during the day?

If a child becomes unwell during one of our sessions, we will care for them away from the other children and contact a caregiver to pick them up as soon as possible to avoid them having any more contact with other children to help prevent the spread of sickness.  If your child has been vomiting or had a diarrhoea bug, we ask that you keep them away for at least 48 hours from their last incident. All staff at PEAK Potential are competent and trained in First Aid to deal with minor injuries.  An Accident Register is kept of all treatments and injuries that occur and these are monitored so our Health and Safety Policy and Practices can be adjusted accordingly.

If I have any questions, who can I ask?

An important feature of PEAK Potential’s success is the partnership we build with children, and their parents, whanau/family and caregivers. We love to share in your child’s journey both at home and at the PEAK Potential Hub so will take every opportunity to talk to you about your child.If you have specific things you would like to discuss in a more formal way, please let us know and we’ll make a time that suits.

If I have any questions, who can I ask?

An important feature of PEAK Potential’s success is the partnership we build with children, and their parents, whanau/family and caregivers. We love to share in your child’s journey both at home and at the PEAK Potential Hub so will take every opportunity to talk to you about your child.If you have specific things you would like to discuss in a more formal way, please let us know and we’ll make a time that suits.