8am - 8.50am
Our breakfast club is open every school day and costs £3 per session. No booking is required, you can just turn up. Please ensure you bring your child to the infant hall. We provide cereals, toast and drinks. Unfortunately, due to insurance reasons, we are unable to open the breakfast club before 8am.
After school Club
3.30pm - 5.15pm
Our After School Club is very successful with pupils attending on a regular basis. Over the past few weeks capacity at the club has been almost full and full on some occasions.
Due to the safety of pupils the capacity of children attending any club in school has to be monitored and with this in mind we now require 24 hours’ notice when booking places.
We are asking regular attendees to book places on Fridays for the following week and if places are still available we will allocate them on a first come first served basis. Please contact the Infant office to book places at the After School Club.
We would like to remind parents that the cost of After School Club is £5 per session. Payment should be made through Parentpay or at the Infant office if your Parentpay account has not been activated. Failure to keep your After School Club payments up to date may result in the child’s place being offered to the next person on the waiting list.
Our after school club is open every school day, unless we finish at 1.30pm. Toast is available as a snack.
Road Safety Officer Club
This club takes place 3 or 4 lunchtimes per term and is available to all Road Safety Officers.
The Road Safety Officers meet and complete tasks set by Trafford. Already, they have been set the task of creating an informative notice board regarding Road Safety.
Miss Lloyd hopes to begin a Walking Club during lunchtimes where children from each junior class will be given a pedometer to count how many steps they do during lunchtime. The total number of steps will be displayed on a chart in the Juniors where children can monitor their steps compared with those in other classes.
This club will resume after the October half term.
This club runs 3 to 4 times per term and is available to all Eco Councillors.
This club was started for the Eco Councillors to meet to work towards achieving the Green Flag Award for Schools. This is a lengthy process and to achieve this, Eco Councillors complete surveys and make small changes to the things such as electricity usage, recycling and the school grounds.
In the Spring and Summer terms the Eco Council will be getting their hands dirty and will be looking after the school allotments growing fruit and vegetables and some wild flowers to attract insects which will hopefully lead to investigation for year groups in their Science lessons.
Applications for this club will be distributed at half term.
This is available to all Year 5 children and our current Play Leaders have just accepted their positions. Play Leaders will be trained on how to encourage younger children to play during lunchtimes through teaching them new games. This is done in partnership with St. Anthonys where some of their students will come to the school to train our Play Leaders giving them ideas for games for our younger children.
Once fully trained the children will receive a certificate and official Play Leader status.
This club will resume following the October half term.