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Before and after school provision

Here is our current before and after school provision

 

Day             Breakfast                            club      

Teacher led

Extra curriculum                         clubs

Champions Club
Monday         

Mrs Surman and Ms Williams

 

7.45am- 8.45am

 

Choice of cereal and toast, squash and milk

 

£3.50

 

Mr Midwinter

Mr Kibble

Mr Messenger

 

Sports, archery, zorbing, football, inflatables, forest skills, crafts, games, team building, homework, computers, quiz, bingo, top trump challenges and more.

 

Choice of fruit, drink, toast, crumpet, muffin.

 

£12 per child £10 per sibling

3.05pm - 6pm

Tuesday

Mrs Surman and Ms Williams

 

7.45am- 8.45am

 

Choice of cereal and toast, squash and milk

 

£3.50

 

Mr Midwinter

Mr Kibble

Mr Messenger

 

Sports, archery, zorbing, football, inflatables, forest skills, crafts, games, team building, homework, computers, quiz, bingo, top trump challenges and more.

 

Choice of fruit, drink, toast, crumpet, muffin.

 

£12 per child £10 per sibling

3.05pm - 6pm

Wednesday

Mrs Surman and Ms Williams

 

7.45am- 8.45am

 

Choice of cereal and toast, squash and milk

 

£3.50

Miss Thawley: Board Games

Mrs Fresa: Choir

Mr Midwinter and Mr Messenger: Summer Sports

 

3.05pm-4.30pm

 

No Charge

 
Thursday

Mrs Surman and Ms Williams

 

7.45am- 8.45am

 

Choice of cereal and toast, squash and milk

 

£3.50

 

Mr Midwinter

Mr Kibble

Mr Messenger

 

Sports, archery, zorbing, football, inflatables, forest skills, crafts, games, team building, homework, computers, quiz, bingo, top trump challenges and more.

 

Choice of fruit, drink, toast, crumpet, muffin.

 

£12 per child £10 per sibling

3.05pm - 6pm

Friday

Mrs Surman and Ms Williams

 

7.45am- 8.45am

 

Choice of cereal, toast, crumpets, pancakes, squash, milk & hot chocolate

 

£3.50

   

 

We are open for visits to our lovely school. Come and have a look around. Parents speak very positively about our school's close feeling of community: 'The School is like an extended family, all pupils feel a tremendous sense of belonging'. Pupils make good progress in all subjects. Pupils are well prepared for the next stage of their education. Many pupils make exceptionally rapid progress. There are strong relationships in early years, and children develop positive attitudes to learning based on the care, guidance and support they recieve from staff. Pupils sometimes exceed the expected standards for their age - Ofsted 2017
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