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Wrap-around Care

Wrap-around care and after school club information about our school.

Breakfast club

Breakfast club will run in term time only and will be open Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 8:45am.  Last breakfast will be served at 8.30am.  Please keep in mind there will be no access to breakfast club before 8:00am.  Breakfast club is held in the school hall and access can be gained by ringing the bell at the Breakfast Club entrance door (please see signs).  For safeguarding reasons please do not leave your child to enter by themselves.  

To book a place at Breakfast Club please contact the school office at stjd@stjd.bwcet.com 

The cost of Breakfast Club is £1:50 per day, payable weekly, in advance. Parents and carers can select which days they would like their child to attend. 

Afterschool club

We do not currently offer permanent after school childcare provision. 

Curriculum clubs

Our curriculum clubs run up until 4:30pm. We offer a number of different curriculum clubs which include: arts and crafts, watercolour, science, drama and computing. These change every half-term and are communicated with parents during the half-term prior for bookings. 

Our aim is to deliver a high-quality provision, with a range of stimulating activities in a safe, secure and fun environment, providing an outstanding service for busy parents! 

These clubs are £2 per session, this includes all external providers. 

Feedback

We would love to hear your opinions of the service we offer. Please complete the feedback form below and return to the school office. 

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Updated | 20th October, 2023 |

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