Breakfast and After School Clubs
Our Breakfast Club runs every day from 8.15am until 8.45am.
Children can attend regularly or on a “one-off” basis. All places must be booked and paid for in advance via our administration staff in the office. The cost of Breakfast Club is just £2.00 per session.
Children can choose from a selection of cereals, toast, crumpets, yogurts, fresh fruit and squash to drink.
Breakfast Club gives children the opportunity to enjoy a healthy breakfast with their friends, ensuring they are fuelled and ready for learning. Children are encouraged to choose their own breakfast and serve themselves.
After eating, children are able to enjoy activities such as colouring, Lego, toy cars, books and various board games. Themed days such as ‘Pirates Breakfast’ are also popular.
Breakfast clubs in schools have been proven to have a positive impact on many areas including punctuality, concentration and behaviour. Sitting down to breakfast club with friends also promotes good social skills.
Please contact the office if you would like to book into Breakfast Club.
The After School Club provision runs from 3.20pm to 5.00pm and children can attend for the whole or part of a session.
Cost per child is £4:00 per hour or part there of.
The after school club provides a healthy snack and the children get to chose from various activities or they can just chill out.
We have a variety of clubs both during and after school. Please click on the button below to see this term's activities.
If you are able to provide any clubs and have the appropriate clearances to work with children, please contact the office. If you want to run a club and don’t have the appropriate clearance it is possible to organise this.
Chinese New Year 6 February
We have been making Chinese dragons as part of our Chinese New Year celebrations.
Frosty Morning 18 January
We tried porridge at breakfast club this morning and really liked it. Just what we needed on a frosty morning.
Children in Need
We have been making Pudsey Bear masks ready for Children in Need.
Healthy Eating Week at Breakfast Club
Easter Crafts at breakfast club this week.
Enjoying World Book Day at Breakfast Club.
We have been making lollipop Christmas tree decorations which will be hung on our Christmas tree in church.
At breakfast club we have used cereal and pipe cleaners to make bird feeders.
Crown Making at Breakfast Club
Summer fun at Breakfast Club
Healthy Breakfast Challenge
The Healthy Breakfast Challenge has got off to a great start with children enjoying cereals, toast, strawberries, blueberries, yogurts and apricots for breakfast today.