Gracehill After School Club is held in the purpose built Old School House in the historical village of Gracehill. It was established in 2009 by Gillian Finnegan and is a place where children from 4 – 11 years old can have fun and be well looked after.

Gracehill After School Club

We caught up with Gillian to find out what Gracehill After School Club can offer parents and their children in the Ballymena area?

“Gracehill After School Club is a place where young children can come to and experience professional and quality care during the school term and also holiday periods. We have a dedicated team to look after your child and lots of equipment to keep him or her amused. There is lots to offer both from a physical and educational perspective.

We are open for Breakfast Club from 7:30am – 8:30am. Here the children receive breakfast before being taken to school by staff.

Our After School Club runs from 2pm – 6pm during term time. It offers school pick-up from local primary schools and when the kids arrive at the club they have lots to do. There’s the library and home corner, computers and games consoles, an outdoor play area and much more.

The Holiday Club operates when any primary school is on holiday and during the summer holidays we also organise several outings and activities for the children. There will also be planned activities at other special times of the year, for example, at Easter and Christmas.”

Gracehill After School Club

The Old School House where Gracehill After School Club meets

Gracehill After School Club have recently launched a new and very informative website, built by MCC Computers in Galgorm. Click here where you can find out more about what they offer, meet the staff, see the photo gallery showing lots of what is available and more.

Places are currently available for both full time and part time care. Parents, if you would like to find out more about getting your child enrolled, phone Gillian or Samantha on 028 2563 8099 or email