Breakfast Club runs from 8am each day until school starts at 8:45. Breakfast is served until 8.30am and after the children have eaten there is a range of activities for them to choose from. At the end of Breakfast Club, children are taken straight to their classes ready for the school day.

The club is informal and friendly, allowing the children a chance to eat and socialise with their friends before the start of the school day.

Our breakfast options include a choice of healthy cereals, fresh fruit, toast or other bakery products as well as fruit juices and milk.

Pricing for Breakfast Club is ÂŁ2 per child per day. Breakfast Club bookings must be made online using Arbor and sessions must be paid for in advance. Places at Breakfast Club are limited and must be booked in advance.

To ensure that Breakfast Club remains a safe and secure provision and that staffing ratios are appropriate, your child may be refused entry if a session is not booked.

Entry to Breakfast Club is directly from the main entrance into the hall, your child will be greeted by a member of Breakfast Club staff. You must make sure your child is handed over to a member of staff – please don’t send children in themselves from the car park. Please make sure your child understands that you are unable to stay with them. Once they have arrived in the hall they must stay there until it is time for them to go to class. No children will be admitted to Breakfast Club after 8.30am.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

FREE breakfast provision

We are delighted to offer a FREE Breakfast provision in school for our children.

The breakfast that is provided by the National School Breakfast Programme runs every day providing classroom bagels for every child from Nursery to Year 6.

The National School Breakfast Programme is funded by the Department for Education and run by Family Action to support schools in England to provide children with a healthy breakfast at the start of the school day.

Family Action is committed to supporting child development, and believe a healthy school breakfast, without barrier or stigma, can set up children to succeed and give them the very best chance to learn.

In a normal school year, schools are open just over half the year (taking into account weekends and school holidays). This means even where breakfast is available within school, children are still having breakfast at home almost 50% of the time. Below you will find tips, ideas, information, recipes, videos and quizzes to make breakfast time an easy part of your morning routine at home.