After School Club

Roseburn Oct 2018 Activity ScheduleRoseburn After School Club provides a fun, stimulating and safe place for your children to be cared for after school.  The club is parent-owned and managed by Oscars Out of School Care.

Roseburn ASC provide quality childcare during term time on both a short stay and long stay basis. A holiday club also runs during half terms, Easter holiday and for six weeks over the summer, subject to demand.  Our staff are experienced and friendly, and we provide fun activities together with regular trips on a Friday. A range of activities are organised for holiday club such as nature days, sports activities, visiting museums and country parks, arts and crafts.

There are two clubs – one based in the school and another at the Saughtonhall Recreational Hall, in Saughtonhall Avenue.   A Breakfast Club is also available each morning in the school.

For more information visit our website here.  You can also ‘like’ and ‘follow’ the Roseburn Out of School Club Facebook page

To find out how to go about registering your child at Roseburn After School Club please email for more information.

We look forward to seeing your children there!


Full Day Activity Programme – Monday 15th-Mon 22nd October 2018

We are delighted to confirm that OSCARS @ Roseburn OSC will be operating a full day activity programme during the October mid-term holiday, from Monday 15th – Monday 22nd October 2018

Please find attached, the appropriate booking form together with a copy of the activity schedule for your information. 

ROSE Booking Form_Oct 2018

Roseburn Oct 2018 Activity Schedule

Staff and children will have lots of fun participating in a wide range of activities, including the ever popular NERF Wars Experience together with excursions to Almond Valley (Livingston), the cinema and crazy golf at Fountainbridge.  

 If you have any queries regarding our holiday programme, please do not hesitate to contact OSCARS on 0131 557 7500 or by email


Kind regards

OSCARS @ Roseburn




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