Breakfast Club

The club opens at 8.00am and closes at 8.45am.


Breakfast club is free for all children.

We aim that every child is ready to learn when they enter our classrooms.

Breakfast club ensures all children have a positive start to the morning by having a healthy meal and engaging in purposeful activities that develop social skills.

All children from Foundation Stage to Year 6 are welcome to join us for breakfast club.

Further information:

The children have the choice of 3 different cereals, toast and a drink.

When the cold weather draws in the cooks may prepare a hot option like beans on toast or porridge. All food is prepared on site and served by our cooks.

The club is run by our Breakfast Club Activity Assistants.

The children have a range of activities to participate in, for example reading, boards games, drawing, playing on the Wii. We ensure activities promote social skills such as turn taking, cooperation, communication, etc.

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