Breakfast & After School Club
Weeke Primary School provides breakfast and after school provision, five days per week, for all pupils. Both the Breakfast Club and After School Clubs are operated by Weeke Primary School staff and provide high quality out-of-school hours’ childcare for our parents/carers. Staff provide a range of stimulating and creative activities in a safe environment.
- Breakfast Club starts at 07:45 until the start of the school day and includes a healthy breakfast (served until 08.15).
- After School Club starts at 15:30 and runs until 18:00 Monday to Thursday and 15:30 until 17:00 on a Friday. Each session includes a drink and healthy snack.
Please complete the registration form at the end of the handbook and return to the school office or by email to Caroline Waite, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Breakfast Club must be booked and paid for in advance – there is no option to drop off without pre-booking.
- After school club bookings must be made by midday on the day you wish to use the after school club.
Registration and Collection
Breakfast Club is located in The Den, using the Y1/Y2 door leading to the playground (nearest the car park) for drop off and collection. Please ring the bell and wait for someone to let you in.
After School Club
Children in Early Years, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 and Year 4 will be taken to after school club by a member of staff to be registered. Children in years 5 & 6 will make their own way to After School Club at the end of the school day. At the beginning of the academic year all children will be supported with this move. After School Club is located in The Den, using the Y1/Y2 door leading to the playground (nearest the car park) for drop off and collection. Please ring the bell and wait for someone to let you in.
If a registered child does not attend, a phone call will be made to parent/carers listed on the child’s registration form to ensure he/she has arrived home safely. If the whereabouts of the child is not known, staff will follow the Weeke Primary School Safeguarding Policy. Children must be signed out by an adult listed on the registration form, or with an agreed password (new registration form will include option to share password) for children to be released.