Enrichment activities

 

We are Ofsted registered to provide childcare for up to 40 children aged between 4 and 11.

During term time we offer:
Breakfast Club – from 7.45am until the start of the school day.
Hour Club – from 3.15pm until 4.15pm.
Teatime Club – from 3.15pm until 5.45pm.

We aim to promote the development of children in a safe, secure and happy environment. Our aim is to provide stimulating, challenging and enjoyable experiences for all the children. 

The clubs are open to all children in full-time education. Priority is given to children of working parents and children of families in need.

At Breakfast Club, the children are given a healthy breakfast of cereal, toast and juice. Teatime Club children are offered a healthy snack around 4pm such as beans on toast or pitta bread with salad and tuna etc; water is freely available at all times. The menu is displayed in the club and is available on request. 

Snacks and drink are provided each day; however, this is not intended to substitute for a main evening meal that the child may receive at home. We promote independence by encouraging the children to prepare their own snacks and to clear away after themselves. We use fresh ingredients and follow statutory guidelines.  

Individual dietary requirements and parental preferences are met wherever possible. We recognise the importance of healthy nutrition for children delivered in a calm, friendly setting.

After School Extra-Curricular Clubs

Letters are sent out at the start of each term with a list of all the clubs available to children. Children indicate their first and second choice club on this letter and hand it in to their class teacher. We endeavour to provide children with their first choice of club.

What we offer at our Extended Services

The main hall is used for snacks and activities like crafts, construction, creative play, using the X-Box, watching films and reading books. The main hall is used when the weather is unsuitable for physical play. 

We have access to both the main playground and the Year 1 playground, where children can play football, ride their scooters and play team games during the lighter evenings. 

We offer a wide range of activities including: cookery, crafts, needlework, board games, reading, imaginary play, construction, sport and much more. During their time at the club, children choose the activities that suit them best.

Breakfast and Teatime Clubs 

Parents must fill in a contract in order for a child to attend. Breakfast and a light evening meal will be provided.

Breakfast Club
7.45am to 8.50am
£15 per week or £3 per session

Teatime Club
3.15am to 5.45pm
£35 per week or £7 per session

Hour Club

A light snack will be provided, and last-minute bookings are accepted. For more information or to book, speak to the School Office.

Hour Club 
3.15pm to 4.15pm
£15.00 per week or £3.00 per session

The ‘Brook House five ways’ (respect, kindness, aspiration, responsibility and honesty) underpin the school’s core values that everyone is to be treated fairly.

Ofsted report, December 2016