Before and After School Care

Breakfast Club

We are pleased to be able to notify you that we will be able to continue to offer a Breakfast Club every school day from 7.45am — 8.45am for the next academic year. The latest arrival time to be able to eat breakfast is 8.20am. The cost of this will increase to £10 per week (or part thereof) for the first child and £5 per week for each subsequent sibling attending at the same time. This price increase is to reflect the costs to the school of running the Breakfast Club including staff salaries and the costs of the breakfast provisions. We will not be making a profit from the running of this club.

We would also like to remind parents that children may not be left at school before 7.45am as there is no staff available to take care of them.

The cost of Breakfast Club must be paid half termly in advance by Friday 15th September for the first half term and Friday 3rd November for the second half term. This is to allow the school to budget accordingly. If you have not paid for the half term in full by these dates, your child will lose their place in the club.

After School Clubs - Autumn 2017

We are pleased to be able to notify you that we will be able to continue to offer a range of after school clubs and care each evening from 3.15pm to 4.30pm and 4.30pm to 5.30pm. The cost of this will increase to £5 per session from 3.15pm to 4.30pm and £9 per session from 3.15pm to 5.30pm. This price increase is to reflect the costs to the school of running the clubs and paying staff and external providers for delivering the sessions and also includes the costs of materials and snacks. We will not be making a profit from the running of this club.

We would also like to remind parents that if children are not collected at 4.30pm for the first session and 5.30pm for the second session, you will incur a late collection charge of £5 per 15 minutes or part thereof. The school will be strict about collecting these charges as we have to pay staff overtime for staying late.

The cost of all Autumn Term clubs must be paid by Friday 15th September for the first half term and Friday 3rd November for the second half term. This is to allow the school to budget accordingly. If you have not paid for the half term in full by these dates, your child will lose their place in the club.

Any clubs that are booked on the day, will incur a higher rate of £10 per session until 4.30pm and £15 per session until 5.30pm. This fee must be paid on the same day.

Autumn 2017 Booking Form

Time/Day

Session 1A

3.30 - 4.30

Session 1B

3.30 – 4.30

Session 2

4.30 – 5.30

Monday

Sports

Board Games

Film Night

Tuesday

Multi-sports

Construction

After School Care

Wednesday

Art & Craft with Ambia

Choir (KS2 only)

Cooking

Thursday

Multi-sports

Story Time

After School Care

Friday

Dance

Homework (EYFS & KS1)

Film Night

Sports:  This will be provided by an external sports coach and will consist of either traditional sports (cricket, rugby, hockey, volleyball, basketball or badminton); non-traditional sports (handball, tennis, fencing, golf); creative sports (dance, street fit, zumba) or replication sports (judo, inline skating, karate, kick-boxing). The programme is yet to be confirmed.

Multi-sports: Come and play a range of different games that will develop a variety of skills. This will be provided by Claudine our P.E. coach.

Dance: This class is run by experienced dancers from ‘Lets’ All Dance’ and is one of our most popular clubs. Places are limited so please book early!

Choir: Our brand new singing teacher will be taking choir where the children will be singing hymns new and old, as well as modern songs from Disney films and chart hits.

Story Time Club: Does your child love reading? Would you like them to read more? This club will give the children an opportunity to read and listen to various stories from books, comics and magazines and even get a chance to write their own.

Art & Craft with Ambia: We have a new leader for our arts and crafts club this term. Ambia will be delivering an exciting range of arts and crafts activities so your child will have something new to bring home and show you every week.

Construction: Come along and experiment with a range of building equipment, such as Lego, Duplo, soft bricks and various recycled materials to build a range of different and imaginative objects and scenes each week.

Cooking: Learn to cook simple, healthy and nutritious food and snacks.

Board Games: Pit your wits against your friends when you play a wide range of exciting board games to suit all ages.

Homework: Get some help with homework! This will now be in two separate groups (EYFS/KS1 and KS2), but held on the same afternoon.

Film Night: This is such a popular club that we are now running it on two evenings a week. Films suitable for all ages will be shown and popcorn will be served on Fridays!