Nutritious breakfasts and healthy snacks are provided for the children followed by appropriately supervised fun activities and games.
The clubs are open to all children in full-time education. Priority is given to children of working parents and children of families in need. While there, the children are given a breakfast of cereal, toast and juice. We promote independence by encouraging the children to prepare their own snacks and to clear away after themselves. We use fresh ingredients and follow statutory guidelines.
Individual dietary requirements and parental preferences are met wherever possible. We recognise the importance of healthy nutrition for children delivered in a calm, friendly setting.
You have the freedom to book for the whole week or odd days whichever suits your requirements.
At our after-school teatime club children are offered a healthy snack around 4pm such as beans on toast or pitta bread with salad and tuna for example. Water is freely available at all times. There are a number of exciting clubs and opportunities available to pupils, some of which are set out below.
We endeavour to provide a range of extra opportunities for our pupils by engaging and working with many different companies and agencies that provide exciting activities for our pupils to take part in. Each term we introduce a range of activities to engage and inspire your child. Places are on a first-come, first-served basis; we will work to allocate places in clubs as fairly as possible with a waiting list for those who were not successful. At the beginning of each term, we will let our children and families know which clubs we will be running and when the club application letters are ready for collection.
We are also planning a range of opportunities for our parents and carers to help them understand what their child is learning at school and how they can best support at home. We will inform our parents as soon as we have dates and times for these sessions in the 2019/2020 school year.