Breakfast/After School Club

Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club runs 5 days a week.  The doors open at 7.30am and it runs until 8.45am when the children are free to enter their classrooms at the start of the school day.  The children are provided with a choice of cereals or toast with a selection of spreads and hot or cold drinks.  Breakfast club is open to all children in the school at a cost of £1.50 per morning.  Bookings are required to secure a place and must be made via the online booking system by the Sunday of the week commencing. 

 

After School Club

We also run a very popular After School Club which is also held in the library or classroom on the ground floor.   It provides parents with excellent value, high quality child care between 3.30pm – 6.00pm every day of the week. Again, bookings are required to secure a place and must be made via the online booking system by the Sunday of the week commencing. The cost of this is £5 per child.

There is an exciting programme of activities in place on different days of the week, which include cooking, arts and crafts, table tennis, computing, board games and puzzles, also activities in the playground weather permitting .  

If you need an emergency place at After School Club and not booked in advance, please call school office. You will be able to book a place on the day if there are spaces remaining however, we cannot guarantee that this will be the case. 

Please note that if your child is booked into After School Club and does not attend and no cancellation has been received (48 hours in advance), a charge will still be made for the session not attended.  This is due to the number of children being booked for places and not attending, therefore taking up valuable places that could be offered elsewhere. If your child is not collected by 6.15pm a late fee of £10.00 will be charged for the first hour and subsequently £20.00 for the next hours.

If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact  the school office.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

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