Breakfast Club runs every day Monday - Friday from 08:00 - 08:45am
This Spring term breakfast club will start from Tuesday 9th January at 8am. Spaces are limited
Good News!!! you can now sign up for this terms breakfast club via Arbor. Breakfast Club runs every day Monday - Friday from 08:00 - 08:45am
If you would like your child to have a breakfast, they must be in school between 8am – 8:15am. If they arrive after this time, they will be allowed in but will not be provided with a breakfast.
Children are offered a nutritious breakfast with a selection of cereals, bread, spreads and fruit. Occasionally, the menu is supplemented with seasonal treats. Water is freely available at all times.
The last admission into breakfast club is at 8:30am. If your child arrives after this time, they will not be allowed in.
The cost for Breakfast club will be: -
£30 per child for the term
This payment covers the Spring term ( Tuesday 9th January until Thursday 28th March 2024 ).
We aim to provide pupils of all ages with a safe, secure and happy environment to start their school day. We also aim to provide a range of stimulating, challenging and enjoyable experiences for all the children, giving them the opportunity to develop personal and interpersonal skills, their self-esteem and the motivation to learn.
Breakfast Club gives children an opportunity to relate to one another and to cooperate with children of different ages. For example, the older children will help the younger ones with reading skills, taking turns and accepting the outcomes of games.
Children are offered a nutritious breakfast with a selection of cereals, breads, spreads, yoghurts and fruit. Occasionally, the menu is supplemented with seasonal treats. Water is freely available at all times.
Activities include: board and maths games, reading for pleasure, homework help, crafts, drawing and colouring. There are also themed activities linked to events such as Eid, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day & Christmas.
Children are free to participate, under the supervision of the staff, in a range of free play and structured activities. Taking part in the setup and tidying of activities, helps them to develop ownership as they learn to take care of equipment to co-operate and to share.