The school’s Behaviour and Discipline Policy is applicable to the Breakfast Club to ensure consistency for the children at the club.
If a child continually behaves badly the school reserves the right to withdraw the place.
Communication with Parents
Staff may have verbal communication with parents/guardians where the parent/guardian asks a message to be passed onto a teacher.
Breakfast Club is supervised by two staff members. They work together to ensure that the children have activities to occupy themselves with and that they are playing safely. All staff have DBS checks and are dedicated to promoting opportunities for child centred play following guidelines and standards which are set by Ofsted.
Our staff:child ratio is 1:15. Staff are on site by 7.45am and are ready to serve breakfast at 7.45am.
Children should enter Breakfast Club via the main school entrance.
During their time at the club, as well as breakfast, they will have the choice of activities in which they may wish to participate.
The staff will then release the Y3-6 children onto the top playground from 8.15am (Y1&2 children are requested to stay with their older siblings if they go out early otherwise are Released to go to their classes as outside doors open at 8.45am).
Children have the choice whether to have food or not, although they are encouraged to do so. The registration form will detail any specific requirements a child has.
Food served: toast, porridge, jam, Flora, wholegrain cereals, baked beans, orange juice, plain water, organic yogurts, and semi – skimmed milk.
From time to time for special occasions and events, the school may deviate from the above menu.
Each child is encouraged to make their own choices regarding the activities they choose to participate in. Weekly programmes of activities may include:
• Art using various mediums and the exploration of cultural diversity
• Crafts using a wide variety of textures and materials
• Board games
• Reading and homework