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Breakfast and After-School Clubs

We aim to ensure that every child has the opportunity to fulfil their potential and through extended services, our pupils are able to access a variety of experiences both before school, during the school day and after hours.


Rise and Shine Breakfast Club

Due to COVID-19, we had had to change our provision in Breakfast Club from September 2020 in order to ensure all staff and pupils are kept safe.  


The daily cost of our Breakfast Club will continue to be in line with other schools in the city, at £2.00 per day.  Any profits are used to further improve provision across the whole of school.  If you are in receipt of income-related Free School Meals or you volunteer at our Drop-Off (when it re-opens), your child is able to attend Breakfast Club free of charge. If you think you may be entitled to income-related Free School Meals, please speak to a member of the office team.  All payments for Breakfast Club are made through sQuid. 


Breakfast Club re-opened on Monday 28th September at 8am.  Pupils are only be able to enter between 8am and 8.10am.   Booking is essential - please refer to the video in the Video Resource Centre for a guide about how to do this using sQuid.   Please note, Breakfast Club is no longer be a drop-in facility. 



As well as the usual activities, such as basketball, skipping and football in the playground, we also offer a range of clubs, run by our staff during lunchtime, as follows:


  • Y6 Book Club
  • KS2 Chess Club 
  • Badminton Club
  • Gardening Club


‚ÄčOur Change4Life Champions also run various activities during lunchtimes to promote healthy lifestyles. 


The above clubs and activities are currently suspended due to COVID-19.  Each year group bubble does, however, have access to their own play equipment during lunchtimes. 


After-School Clubs


We have always offered a number of free after-school clubs, run by members of our staff throughout the year.  In the past, these have included:


 Science Club      Badminton Club    Computer Games Club
Art Club Yoga Club Dodgeball Club
      Football Club        Fred the Frog Club Cricket Club


In addition to our staff running clubs, we also have a number of clubs run by the Forge Partnership.  These run for one half term each and have included:


Dance Athletics Basketball   Hockey  
  Football    Rounders   Multi-Skills   Tennis  


We also offer a dance and/or cheerleading club run by Dazzle Dance and a Yoga Club run by Kids Love Yoga.  


Our children get lots of opportunities to take part in festivals, tournaments and competitions throughout the year and we are proud to be accredited with the Sainsburys Active Schools Gold Mark.


Due to COVID-19, the number of after-school clubs and sporting activities has been significantly reduced this academic year.