We aim to provide a welcoming place at the start and end of the school day where all children are valued. For parents/carers this means knowing your child is safe and happy, we are here to support working parents by providing an affordable, consistent childcare.
- Monday to Friday 7.30am – 8.50am
- Monday to Friday 3.15pm – 6pm. Term time only
Breakfast stops being served at 8.15am. There are currently 30 places available for Breakfast Club and 30 places available for after school club.
INSET Days: Breakfast club and after school club will not operate on staff development days.
Admissions: The clubs are fully inclusive for children from Nursery to Year 6. Any parent/carer with a child that has any additional or special needs should record these on the membership form. This is so that any child can be appropriately welcomed into the clubs.
Booking and Payment Arrangements:
Payment is taken weekly, monthly, half termly or termly on the first day of attendance.
Location of Breakfast Club / After School Club:
The Club sessions are held in our breakfast club room. The equipment and foods are kept in the breakfast club/after school club’s kitchen. Staff ensure that all areas are left clean and tidy at the end of the club session.
Behaviour: The School Policy and Rules with regard to behaviour are followed to ensure consistency for the children at the clubs. If a child continually behaves badly, the school reserves the right to withdraw the place.
Staffing: Breakfast Club is supervised by: Mrs Leighton – Breakfast club lead, Mrs Jervis – Breakfast club assistant and Mrs Wilkes – Breakfast club assistant.
After school club is supervised by:
Mrs Leighton – After school lead and,
Miss Muldowney – After school assistant.
In addition to Breakfast club staff, other school staff members are on site from 7: 30am onwards.
During their time at the club children will have the choice of activities in which they may wish to participate.
Children will only use the breakfast club/after school club toilets.
Children will help tidy up equipment at the end of the club.
The staff will then supervise the children to the cloak room or foundation stage at 8.45am.
Breakfast/After School Menu:
Our selection of food aims to be a healthy balance. Children have the choice whether to have food or not, although they are encouraged to do so. The registration form will detail any specific requirements a child has.
Each child is encouraged to make their own choices regarding the activities they choose to participate in. Breakfast/After school club offer structured activities as well as free choice. Weekly programmes of activities may include:
Art using various mediums, crafts using a wide variety of textures and materials, construction and Lego toys and Board games.
you can download a copy of the Breakfast Club Policy – April 2018 here