Breakfast Club and Afters
At Breakfast Club and Afters we aim to provide a high quality provision that meets the needs of both parents and children. For parents, this means knowing that your child is safe and happy and that we offer a reliable, high quality and consistent service in line with the school's values and aims.
For a child this means an environment that is safe, supportive and engaging. It is a place to be with friends as well as make new ones, to be able to try out new activities, relax if they choose and to have fun.
In Breakfast Club and Afters, we believe that all children have the right to play. Play is the basis to providing healthy development and the well being of individuals. Both Breakfast Club and Afters provide a balanced structure of activities and play experiences.
Breakfast Club operates Monday-Friday from 7.30am-8.45am
Afters operates Monday-Friday from 3.30pm at the end of the school day until 6.00pm.
Breakfast Club and Afters do not operate during the school holidays or on INSET days.
Parents have the flexibility to book adâ€Éhoc sessions where places are available. A minimum of 24 hours notice and advanced payment is required.
Breakfast Club: £5.50 per registered session. Ad hoc sessions are charged at £6.00
Afters: £14.00 per registered session. Ad hoc sessions are charged at £19.00
Child Care Vouchers are accepted.
Payment must be paid in advance by the 1st of each month, by Parent Pay. Please note, late or non-payment of fees will result in the withdrawal of your child’s place from Breakfast Club and or Afters.
How to calculate the total fee: daily fee multiplied by the number of days for that month (excluding holidays and INSET days).
We accept Child Care Vouchers.
A minimum of four week’s written notice must be given if you wish to reduce your child’s days or cancel a regular place at Breakfast Club or Afters.
Please note that if your child does not attend the club for illness or other reasons, we are unable to offer a refund for those sessions missed. The exception to this is if the school is forced to ask a whole year group/bubble to quarantine due to COVID-related illness, or in the case of a government-enforced lockdown.