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Extra-Curricular & Wrap-around Care

Wrap-around care and after school club information about our school.

Please find a copy of our extra-curricular timetable for the Spring term.

If your child would like to take part in a lunchtime club, please complete the following form

If your child would like to take part in an after school club, please complete the following form

Breakfast club

The breakfast club is open Monday – Friday (term time only), from 7.45am – 8.45am.The cost of a session is £3.50 per child. Please note that breakfast is cleared away at 8.15am to allow activities to take place as well as staff to clean up. All sessions need to be pre booked. To book a place you must first complete a registration form.

Breakfast is served immediately as the children arrive. Children will be in our care and will not leave the school premises. We will escort the children to their classes at the start of the school day. For children attending the breakfast club we offer a wide range of healthy, nutritious food including: white or brown bread, crumpets, pancakes, cereals, fruit and yoghurts. We also have milk, water and juice available to drink.

Our aims are:

  • To provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment for your child
  • To encourage children to meet, play, learn and work together with other children and adults before school
  • To provide a healthy nutritious breakfast before school
  • To introduce new and exciting foods that they might not have tried before
  • To encourage the children as a group to eat more fruit
  • To provide activities and games so the children enjoy new challenges
  • To encourage children to choose their own toys and games and to kindly tidy them away after playing
  • To promote Equal Opportunities at all times

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