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To start a homework/catch up club

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Tidyhousefornow Tue 23-Jun-20 19:20:20

I am wondering what I would need to do to start up a legitimate homework/catch up club from home.
My children are primary school age and I am a teaching assistant. I have many resources at home and am thinking of taking on up to four children for a Saturday morning session.
Would I need insurance? Do I need to contact my local council? Any thoughts or advice would be much appreciated, thank you.

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Kahiki Tue 23-Jun-20 19:23:26

Would there be much demand for a Saturday morning? Weekends are precious family time even now with the current situation

Kahiki Tue 23-Jun-20 19:24:18

Maybe start asking around before you spend money on insurance etc.

Tidyhousefornow Tue 23-Jun-20 19:37:05

Good point re Saturday mornings. I could offer after school slots (siblings would work too).
If the outlay isn't too much I'll just give it a go and see how it pans out.
I'm just not sure where to start, in terms of what I would have to do before setting up.

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