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Early Birds and Tea-timers

“The breakfast and after-school clubs are well supervised. The breakfast club provides healthy food and enjoyable activities for pupils, promoting good attendance by offering a positive start to the school day.” Ofsted

 

Early Birds and Tea-timers

We are committed to providing an excellent service for every child and parent. We believe all children deserve a happy positive caring environment in which to spend their free time.

 

We aim to provide:

  • A welcoming and accessible club for all children, which parents are confident about using.
  • An environment in which the children’s personal and social development can flourish.
  • A safe, caring and enjoyable environment.

 

We are registered with Ofsted to have up to 30 children aged 4-11 years old. Our Ofsted registration number is 110351.

 

The staff are:

Manager – Penny Blythe
Play-workers – Helen Theobald, Liz Chatfield, Kaylee Tait, Jo Gerlack, Maxine Moxham-Morris, Michaela Hayes and Hannah Mitchell

 

Timings

Breakfast Club is open from 7:30 am to 8:45 am.

After School Club is open from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

 

(*Please note opening times may be different in the COVID-19 operational period. Please consult our COVID 19 Information Hub pages for full details.)

 

Both clubs are available 5 days a week during term time with the exception of inset and polling days.

 

Early Birds – each session costs £4.50 which covers your child being cared for by qualified staff, a selection of drinks, cereal, yogurt, fruit, toast and a relaxed start to the day.

 

Tea-timers – Each session costs £10.00  which covers your child being cared for by qualified staff, all activity costs, a biscuit and drink when your child arrives at the club, fruit available throughout the session, and a small meal that consists of  a variety of hot and cold foods, at 4:30 pm.

 

We are limited on the number of children we can look after. If we have our full complement, we operate a waiting list to fill vacancies.

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