At St Anne’s we aim to provide extended care to meet the needs of today’s busy parents. We also aim to provide a smooth transition between school and club to ensure that our ethos and expectations of both staff and pupils are consistent.
Our breakfast club is very popular with parents and pupils with attendance averaging between 90 and 100 children every day. Our breakfast club consists of a qualified and experienced team who organise activities and deliver a high quality breakfast club to enhance and promote the pupils learning, health, wellbeing and social development.
We believe our breakfast club has a positive impact in preparing our pupils to be focused and engaged for the day ahead, promotes health and wellbeing, and provides opportunities for socialising, play and educational activities.
Mr Whelan, Learning Mentor
Pupils are provided with a healthy breakfast in-line with the school food standards, guidelines with a wide menu choice which children can have an input in deciding what they would like to eat.
Our children have access to a wide range of cereals, toast and squash. Fresh drinking water is available at all times and fresh fruit and yoghurts when available. Individual dietary requirements and parental preferences are met wherever possible.
The Breakfast Club has a relaxed and vibrant atmosphere where pupils from all year groups have the opportunity to eat and interact with each other where no day is the same with a wide choice of activities available including creativity, reading, board games, group games, puzzles, sports and learning opportunities.The children also have access to homework support when they find their homework challenging. Please refer to our timetable to see what we have planned this term.
- Breakfast Club Timetable - Spring Term 2019 (pdf)
Times and Costings
Our breakfast club is currently a free provision for all of our pupils and is open from 8am to 8.45am. If you would like your child to have breakfast, please ensure that they arrive before 8.30am as the school kitchen will finish serving food after then.
What the Children Think
I attend breakfast club to enjoy my breakfast with my friends and to play different games with them. I learn that it is important to be kind, helpful but also to be thankful for the food we are being given. Jaydon
At Saint Anne’s breakfast club I feel there is a variety of activities to get involved in such as using the computers, board games and sports and even though many children attend everybody is made to feel wanted and welcome. Tiah
What the Parents Think
I bring my children because it helps me to get to work on time and my children enjoy the breakfast on offer and the activities that are available to them. Mimoza
St Anne’s breakfast club is convenient for me due to work commitments and it gives my children the opportunity to play, grow and learn with their friends. Shardae