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  • 9 Oct
    JOSS Birthday Party!!!

    There will be a BIG 25th BIRTHDAY PARTY for JOSS children on Saturday 3 November. To celebrate this marvellous milestone the JOSS staff have organised a disco for Saturday 3rd November to which all current JOSS kids are invited to attend. To book your place at this fun event choose either 11am-12noon or 12.15-1.15pm and … Continue reading JOSS Birthday Party!!!

  • 8 Oct
    Big Breakfast 2018!

    JOSS raised £600 for STV Children’s Appeal.  On Friday 5th October staff and parents organised an amazing Big Breakfast to raise funds for STV’s Children’s Appeal. Huge thanks to the staff members who arrived at 6.30 to get everything set up for the arrival of the STV crew including Ross King of Good Morning Britain … Continue reading Big Breakfast 2018!

  • 7 Oct
    Family Ceilidh on Saturday 16th February

    We are delighted to announce that we have a new date for our Family Ceilidh which had to be postponed due to a clash of events. The new date is Saturday 16th February 2019 so put that in your diaries now!!!

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JOSS – where children are treated with respect and have fun within a safe and caring environment.

Jordanhill Out of School Service is a charity which was set up in October 1993 by a voluntary committee of parents to provide safe and secure childcare outwith school hours. We are based in Jordanhill Parish Church, which is a short walk from Jordanhill School, and provide a service for children aged between 4½ and 16 from 7.45am to 9.00am and from 2.30pm to 6.00pm during term time. We are also open from midday on early closing days and from the start of term until the October holiday, we offer a 12.00 noon onwards service to accommodate the early dismissal of primary one pupils. The service is closed during school holidays and in-service days.

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JOSS is run by a team of qualified and vetted staff and is registered with Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (SCSWIS), also known as the Care Inspectorate. JOSS is managed by a voluntary group of parents who are appointed as directors.

JOSS is non-profit making, and in order to meet the costs of rent, staff salaries, snacks and upgrading/replacement of equipment, we rely on registration and childcare fees and our occasional fundraising activities. The continued success of JOSS is due entirely to the support of parents, staff and the JOSS board.