Breakfast and After School Clubs
Our Breakfast club takes place every day during term time from 7.45am to the start of the school day. The sessions are run in the school hall and children should be dropped off by a responsible adult to breakfast club staff via the brown door in the main playground.
Who runs breakfast club?
The breakfast club is run by Miss Whitehorn and Mr Sheppard. All are very experienced members of the school staff team.
Why should I send my child to breakfast club?
A healthy breakfast is just the start for your child when they spend time in breakfast club. As well as the peace of mind of knowing your child is well cared for, the sessions offer children a huge range of activities to get involved in for example junk modelling and outdoor games, as well as social time with other children. Please click on the link to view the breakfast club welcome pack. All in all, a really great start to the school day!
How do I register my child for breakfast club?
Welcome packs are available here, or from the school office.
Once you are registered with our club you will be able to book your sessions in advance online via School Money.
How much does breakfast club cost?
We provide a number of flexible options for our Breakfast club:
Option 1 - £6.00 a session (from 7.45 am to school start time includes breakfast).
Option 2 - £5.00 (from 7.45 am to school start time - no breakfast)
Option 3 - £3.00 (from 8.30 am to school start time - no breakfast)
Option 4 - £4.00 (for taxi children - includes breakfast)
These costs are in-line with other similar childcare providers in the local area. Some families can receive assistance with breakfast club charges via the tax-free childcare voucher scheme. For more information on this, please click here to view the breakfast club welcome pack.
If you require any further information please contact the school office on 01367 820296 or email:email@example.com
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