The club is open to children from Reception to Year 6 at 7:45am every morning in the Infant school hall. We offer breakfast from 8:00 – 8:30am for an additional cost of £1 per child per session (cereals, fruit, yoghurt, toast). A range of fun activities are provided for pupils at the club which is run by experienced school staff. Pupils are escorted to the Juniors or their Infant classes at 8:45. The club costs £3:00 per child per session (discounts available for families i.e. £5 for 2 siblings, £6 for 3). No booking necessary. Breakfast club flyer INFANTS Breakfast club flyer JUNIOR
Note: Our Breakfast Club is very popular and the numbers of children attending has steadily risen. Due to increased numbers and lack of space, we are finding it more difficult to accommodate children safely. From 8 January 2019, we will no longer be able to take Junior children at our Breakfast Club, unless they have a sibling at the Infant school (Reception to Year 2). We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. Please contact the Junior school for a Breakfast Club booking form.
"The breakfast club provides pupils with some interesting activities and a calm start to the day." Ofsted Report July 2011
Nursery Lunch Club
Mrs Harrison runs the club from 11.45am to 12.30pm for Flex 1 and Flex 2 children. There are a limited number of pre-booked sessions for other children, and places are reviewed on a termly basis. Children bring a packed lunch from home and enjoy supervised play after eating. The cost is £3.50 per day. Lunch Club Letter & Form
French Club - 'Le Club Francais'
For children in Reception, Years 1 and 2. At Le Club Français, your child will be learning French through role play, singing, rhymes, games and stories. These activities aim at enhancing children's speaking and listening skills whilst increasing their confidence and enjoyment of a foreign language.
Classes will run on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3.15 to 4.15.The cost is £9 per week + £25 for new members. The £25 fee includes enrolment fees, a French songbook with CD 1 as well as 1 year's free access to Babelzone, LCF's renowned interactive website for children learning French. See details in the pdf below. Should you have any queries please don't hesitate to call Christele Annis on 01923 839038 or email@example.com
Mondays: 14/1 - 25/03
Wednesdays: 16/1 - 27/03
'Gym Jams' gymnastics club, for Years 1 and 2 only, runs on Mondays from 3.10 to 4.10. A chance for your child to learn new skills, take part in school displays and achieve British Gymnastics Proficiency awards. To book your place, hand your payment into the school office.
Mondays: 14/1 - 1/4
Learn Italian through different forms of interactive techniques, with games, stories, songs and role play. These activities aim at enhancing children’s listening and speaking skills exploring a different language and culture.Classes for Reception, Y1 and Y2 children children run on Tuesdays after school. Each lesson will last an hour from 3.15 to 4.15 pm and will cost £7 per session. Children are allowed to bring a healthy snack and eat it in the first 10 minutes of the session.
Contact: Claudia Sgro Perra, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07989 305506
Tuesdays: 15/1 - 2/4 Spring term 2019
Year 1 Sports Club
Wednesdays: 16/1 - 27/3
Mini Olympics Club
Game On run a Mini Olympics Club exclusively for Ss Alban & Stephen pupils. (in Years 1 &2). Classes will be on Thursdays from 3:10 – 4:10pm
Thursdays: 17/1 - 4/4 (excluding half term)
Spanish Club - 'La Jolie Ronde'
Classes will be on Thursdays from 3:10 – 4:10pm for Rec, Y1 & Y2. This is what my La Jolie Ronde classes provide:
• A unique, carefully structured and proven language course
• A native accent for the children to copy
• Small classes so your child can get plenty of individual attention and learn with children of his/her own age
• Conversation, basic grammar, games, role-plays, rhymes, stories and much more!
School and Heathrow Airport are offering a free six week after school course in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The program will give children practical experiences to explore technology of the future. Subjects covered include robotics, coding, exploring construction materials and techniques and renewable energy, while considering how STEM subjects can provide answers to local and global environmental issues. As well as imaginative weekly projects, every child involved will be helping to construct a fully working wind turbine to be used by school, helping to reduce the school’s carbon footprint. We will also send some problem solving activities home with the children and they may need your help with these.