We have been running a breakfast club successfully since September 2004. The Club runs from 7.45am, Monday to Friday and is open to both Infant and Junior School children. Each session currently costs £4.75 for the first child and £4.25 for subsequent children. Childcare vouchers are accepted. Children are provided with wide choice of breakfast foods, followed by supervised activities.
Sessions can be booked and paid for Online via the SCOPAY website. Please contact the school is you require a SCOPAY account.
Staff running the club have DBS certificates, Food Hygiene certificates and are First Aid trained.
Bookings can be made for individual days or complete weeks to suit your requirements. We do ask that you book sessions a week in advance unless you require an emergency last minute booking. Sessions not pre booked and paid for will incur an additional 50p per child per session.
If your child in unable to attend due to illness please call the school office by 8.45am on the day. Cancellations for any other reason we require 24 hours notice.
Payment and booking should be made at the school office.
Reported benefits of sending your child to breakfast club
- Eating breakfast has been shown to improve children’s problem solving abilities, their memory, concentration levels, visual perception and creative thinking.
- International studies have shown that punctuality and school attendance improve when breakfast is provided.
- Study Support – children who attend, benefit through the development of personal and interpersonal skills, self-esteem, confidence and motivation to learn.
- Eating a healthy balanced diet is crucial to everyone’s health needs, especially children.
- Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and yet surveys reveal 1 in 10 children regularly miss breakfast.
- Breakfast provides the ideal opportunity for children to begin the day by eating bread, cereals and fruit, which are all important element of a healthy balanced diet.
- An appetising and nourishing breakfast may mean children are not tempted to eat sweets.
Increasing number of parents work outside the home and often need before school provision for their children.