Breakfast club runs from 7.30 to 8.50 am, Monday to Friday during term time only and is availiable for children from Pre-school age 4 to Year 6.
Children should arrive at 7.30 am; no responsibility will be taken for children arriving before this time. Entrance to the Breakfast Club is by the Hall side door. Parents are required to hand their children over to the Club staff. If any KS2 children are making their own way to the Club, this must be stated in their registration form.
At 8:40 am a member of Breakfast club staff will take the Breakfast Children out on to the playground to meet to socialise with their friends. Breakfast Children will remain in the care of the Breakfast Club staff until 8.50 am when they will be taken into the main school. Key Stage 1 children will be escorted to their classrooms whilst Key Stage 2 children will be allowed to line up with their classes. Breakfast is served until 8.25am.
Our Breakfast Club costs £3.50 per session or £15 for the whole week. You may like to book on a weekly, monthly or half termly basis. Please make cheques payable to Somerset County Council.
Please note payment for the Club must be paid in advance and not arrears. You can pay daily, weekly, monthly or half termly; failure to make a payment will result in your child being excluded from future sessions until payment is received. Please pay at our school office.
If you have booked a session and do not inform us by 12:30 pm on the day prior that your child is unable to attend, you will be charged the cost of that session. If you have booked for a full week then no refunds are given for missed days.
Numbers are limited to ensure a safe adult:child ratio, so please ensure that your child’s place is booked in advance.
You will also be required to complete a Registration Form and comply with the Club’s Terms & Conditions.
To book a place for your child in the Breakfast Club please fill out the booking and registration forms or speak to the school office.
The Breakfast Club aims:
to support working parents by providing a high quality service which meets the needs of both parents/carers and children
to provide a reliable, safe, supportive and welcoming environment where children can play, have fun, relax and be with friends
to make sure the breakfast we offer is healthy and gives children a good start to the school day
The Breakfast Club will provide:
a healthy breakfast with a choice of cereal or toast (porridge or crumpets are offered in the winter) plus a choice of fruit juice, milk or water
activities after breakfast – such as drawing, board games, crafts, play or a quiet area where the children can work if they wish
respect for any dietary, religious or medical requirements
a high standard of care in a secure and supportive environment. We want children to feel relaxed and happy before starting the school day
opportunities to support learning (by helping with homework and reading)