As part of a caring school environment, we provide around the school initiatives in order to give the community the support they need. By improving our extended school service we hope to create a nurturing atmosphere for children and their families.
Breakfast Club – Every Morning 7.45am – 8.55am
Our breakfast club is a place for your child to be supported and have a great start to their day! The club is a happy, safe environment where children can receive a breakfast with choices such as toast, cereal or cold drinks.
If you would like your child to come to Breakfast Club – please inform the school the following week to let them know what days they will be attending. Children who attend regularly can let the school know that it will be a permanent choice.
The cost of our Breakfast Club will be at the rate of £1.00 per day (to working parents) from January 2017 and Free to those entitled to free school meals.
This Club has been set up to encourage children to maintain a healthy eating lifestyle, by eating breakfast and so that we can support working parents in the community.
After eating their breakfast, children can join in a number of different activities – including computing, reading and homework.
Please click here to see more about our After School Clubs and Lunchtime Clubs.
Parent & Toddler Group – Thursday Morning 9am-10am
These sessions are mainly run for new parents who have young children that are going to start in the Nursery. The group gives children a chance to get use to the school environment before they start nursery and gives the parents a chance to school about their child.
There are different activities for younger children such as painting, games, singing and themed play.
Story time Session – Thursday 2.45pm – 3pm
Parents of children from year 1 are welcome each week to come into school and have a story time session with their child. As this is a crucial time for children to start enjoying reading, we invite them to come along with their parents into the sensory room and enjoy different stories. They can also read books with their parents and take them home to read.
Every year children of different year groups are invited to come to a weekend residential on board the Haybay Barge in Essex. The weekend will give the children an excellent opportunity to experience a very different environment, and to take part in new activities such as archery, caving and climbing on the high ropes.