Breakfast Club Our Breakfast Club is supported by Magic Breakfast – who want every child to start the day with everything they need in order to learn effectively. They want to give every child the opportunity to start the day with the right fuel for learning…
Our Breakfast Club is supported by Magic Breakfast – who want every child to start the day with everything they need in order to learn effectively. They want to give every child the opportunity to start the day with the right fuel for learning – and we agree with them!!
Breakfast Club runs from 7.50am to 8.55am
Children wanting a hot breakfast MUST be in by 8.35am
30 places available- families in the greatest need of support first will be prioritised in over subscribed (see our Breakfast Club Policy)
£1.50 per morning / £1 per sibling
Subsidised places available at 50p- see Ms Bailey/ Ms Cullen
to provide a happy, enjoyable and secure environment where parents and carers feel confident to leave their children
to provide the best possible start to the school day with full tummies!
to provide positive social, physical, intellectual, creative and emotional experiences for the children (good for social skills)
a balanced breakfast diet (treats on Fridays!)
a calm and purposeful start to the day
Sue Clarke is the Breakfast Club manager, dealing with menu and finance
Esther Kirton is the main supervisor (based in Reception class)
Helpers on some days you might meet: Kiera/ Sean/ Carol/ Cheryl/ Chantelle
all staff hold Food Hygiene Certificates
Sue/ Carol are the First Aiders
all staff who help run this club are workers within the school- all children will know them
our staff know the children, know the school and share the high expectations regarding child care provision
staff are managed directly by the HT/DH/Business Manager who share early morning supervision
as we are based in the school, run by the school and employ school staff we can use any of the resources available during the day
some children just like to chill out and eat quietly or read, others like to colour and draw. others play snooker and board games. Staff coordinate games encouraging team skills, listening skills and negotiation skills
many cereals available- weetabix/ shredded wheat/ readibrek/ cheerios… many others- depends what the children want… chocolate based cereal only on Fridays!
brown/ white toast and many different spreads (margarine or butter)
fresh juice or water
hot chocolate (in Winter on Fridays)
scrambled egg/ spaghetti or beans on toast
fruit always available
We need to know if your child has any dietary requirements/ food allergies
An agreement is signed between the school and parent/carer when a child attends the club whether regularly or not. If someone does not regularly use their place it will be given to someone wanting a full time place. You must have registered with Sue to use the club.
Y6 are all invited for SATs week in May to free breakfasts and BRAIN GYM to get them going and stimulated prior to sitting their tests
After School Club
Clubs run every day after school till 4.30 and cater for a wide range of interests and ages. Children apply for clubs every term and they are allocated on a first come first served basis. They are rotated on a termly basis in an effort to give everyone a chance to participate.
An example of some of the clubs we run are: Yoga, Art, Cooking, Football, Homework, Film, Languages and Music.
The children are asked each summer term what they would like and in line with pupil voice we try to arrange for the coming year. Some of the children who are entitled to pupil premium are targeted and encouraged to take up places in clubs.