Pajama Party Nights
Kids, need a night just for you?
Enjoy kid-free late night shopping or indulge in some guilt free alone time while your kids have fun with us!
Calling all children ages 5-10 to join us for our Friday & Saturday Night Pajama Parties from 5pm - Midnight!
December 13 & 14
December 20 & 21
Online pre-booking is required. Registration will close at noon each day we're hosting a Pajama Party.
If your child leaves school with homework, they'll start their afternoon with a homework helper getting it done before the fun begins.
Dinner & Snack
Our menu includes cheese & pepperoni pizza, chicken tenders & a healthy veggie platter! For snack we offer fruit & popcorn.
If your little one enjoys an early bedtime, rest at ease knowing they won't miss any sleep in our cozy nap station
Activities & Crafts
Dressed in their pajamas your kids will create cool crafts, play games, and watch movies!
No good pajama party is complete without a movie! Chillin' out your kids can enjoy some of their theater favorites.
10% OFF Each Booking
The more the merrier! Bookings for more than 1 child will receive a 10% discount per child.
Book multiple nights of Pajama Party fun for your child & save!
All Night PJ Party
Your child has all night care and unlimited fun
PJ Party à La Carte
Your child will have only 3 hours of fun, each additional hour is $25
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is it for?
All children ages 5-10.
What are your opening hours?
Bermybabysitters Pajama Party Nights are open from 5:00pm-12:00am every Friday & Saturday in December, before Christmas 2019.
For any child left after midnight, you will be charged $2 per minute.
Will there be staff?
Yes! Bermy Babysitters are trained to take extra special care of all of our kids. We are Infant/Adult First Aid, CPR & AED Certified and have SCARS Certifications, with at least 5 years in child care experience.
What sort of activities will there be?
Our crafts are hand-made holiday themed projects and our activities range from giant indoor games, board games and group games.
When does registration close?
Registration closes for each Pajama Party Night at noon the day of.
E.g Registration for the night of Friday Dec 6th will close at 12:00pm that day
How do I make a booking?
Booking with BermyBabysitters multi-activity day camps couldn't be simpler! You can online by registering to start the process.
What are the payment options?
You can pay via credit/debit card online.
What if I want to make changes to my booking?
We understand that your childcare plans can change and we want to be as flexible as possible for you, and also as fair as possible to all customers. If you need to switch your dates and we still have space on the dates you'd like to move to, we can make these changes. Please note however, changes can only be made if at least 3 working days before your child is due to attend. Cancellations are non-refundable.
What happens after I make my booking?
After you've made your booking you'll receive an email confirmation with all your booking details, child registration form, & medical form attached.
Please make sure you check your invoice and let us know right away if anything is incorrect. Responsibility for all booking details lies with the person who made the booking.
How will my child be looked after?
The welfare of your child is our primary concern. Before our Pajama Party Nights open we make sure the venue is appropriate for the care of kids aged between 5 and 10 years old. On-site risk assessments are completed and staff are trained in all the necessary policies and procedures. This training includes health, safety, hygiene, safeguarding, first aid, managing children's behaviour and much more. We also train staff to deliver a variety of different activities, always making sure they're safe and fun.
Whilst your child is at BermyBabysitters Pajamaa Party Nights staff monitor the activities to check they are safe and running in accordance with our codes of practice.. Children are continually supervised by staff throughout the evening.
It's my child's first time...
We understand that parents can feel a little nervous when sending their child to our Pajama Party Nights for the first time. Our caring staff will make sure that you're quickly put at ease and your child is settled in smoothly. BermyBabysitters is here to provide you with high quality child care, a responsibility we take very seriously. Staff support each individual child during their first time by making sure they're familiar with the venue, staff and what they should expect during their night.
What should my child wear & bring?
For comfort & to vibe with the Pajama Party fun, please send your child dressed in their PJs!
For the safety and welfare of your child/ren, we need a completed Registration & Medical Form for every child. Please complete details in full, print and sign, then hand into camp directly on your child's first night.
We recommend children wear comfortable clothing and closed toe footwear. We suggest you don't send them in new or valuable clothing as they will be involved in activities such as art and crafts.
BermyBabies has a no nuts policy. Please make sure there are no items containing nuts if you plan to send your child with snacks
Please make sure all clothing is named and that your child brings home all items at the end of the day. It's very difficult for us to locate lost property once children have left.
What shouldn't my child bring?
We strongly advise that children don't bring mobile telephones*, watches, computer games, ipods and such like. There's no real use for these items and they are often mislaid as children are busy and excited doing other things. Staff are trained not to put themselves in a difficult position by taking care of such items and we cannot accept responsibility if they are lost or stolen.
*Mobile phones: Although we understand the need for older children who make their way to and from camp to have a mobile phone, they're not allowed to be used.. They must be kept in personal baggage at the risk of the owner at all times. Please make sure your child is aware of this.
My child has a specific medical condition. Do I need to tell you?
Yes - please tell us anything we need to know about your child's health when you make your booking e.g. diabetes, epilepsy, serious allergies and so on. In some cases we may need to send you some more forms and get additional information from you about your child's needs. The more information you provide us with the better quality of care we can provide for your child. If your child needs medication at camp, you must let the staff know and complete a medication form available at registration.
At least one member of the BermyBabysitters will be trained to administer an Epi-Pen in an emergency situation. Parents must inform the staff if their child carries an Epi-Pen.
What if my child is ill or has an accident at camp?
We understand your concerns, but don't worry we're well prepared. At each of our childcare settings we have qualified first aid staff who are trained to deal with accidents and illnesses. Fortunately almost everything we have to deal with are grazes on knees and so on. Should a child suffer a more serious injury or fall ill at camp you will be contacted immediately.
What if my child is ill and cannot attend the camp?
In fairness to others we can't accept children if they're ill. Please let us know if they have recently had an illness or condition in case they are still infectious. If a child requires medication, please supply it in a well-labelled container and sign a consent form available at registration.
If your child misses nights due to illness nights cannot be taken at another time and there will be no refund.
Why can't I see pictures of my child on social media?
Where possible, we post photos to our social media platforms for parents to view. Please note we can't guarantee your child will appear on these. Whilst our best efforts are made to take as many photos as possible at camp, the operation of the camp itself has to come first. Depending what is happening on site, unfortunately other tasks do sometimes take priority.
If you don't want images of your child to be taken and shared on social media, please update the relevant section on your child's Registration Form.
What is your behavior management policy?
To grow, learn and thrive children need an environment where they feel secure, respected and encouraged. Each group agrees how they'll interact with each other in their first session together, in essence creating their own set of rules. The group leader is there to promote a positive environment that accepts differences and encourages children to be considerate in their actions and words.
Should the good atmosphere of the group be compromised by disruptive or inappropriate actions and words, staff will remind, explain and aim to resolve the issue. Depending on the extent of the infringement and the frequency, we may have to exclude a child
What is your policy on bullying?
Bullying is not tolerated at BermyBabysitters. Any such behaviour will be treated seriously and staff will intervene at the earliest possible stage. Our policy contains procedures to deal with bullying behaviour in 3 clearly defined steps; preventing, identifying and taking action. Throughout camp, we emphasise the importance of our code of conduct with the children and role model expected behaviour.
What is your child protection policy?
BermyBabysitters is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will create an environment in which children feel safe. Any suspicions or allegations of child abuse will be taken seriously; and responded to swiftly and appropriately.
All staff working with children therefore have a duty in law to act if they consider a child is at risk or makes a disclosure. Our staff act in accordance with the procedures of the relevant local authority for each specific camp location
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