Clubs

As a school we provide excellent After School Activities, Breakfast Club and After School Care.

Breakfast Club

We offer Breakfast Club from 7.30 to 8:00am which may be booked on a regular or an ad hoc basis. At 8:00am  children who attend breakfast club  are taken out to the Peregrines Garden to join those pupils who have arrived at early drop off where they stay until the  classrooms open at 8:20am. Parents will be charged a flat fee of £5.00 for this service, which includes breakfast.

After School Activities

We offer a varied programme of after school activities from street dance to instrumental ensembles and crafts to cooking. The activities we offer vary each term and are booked on a termly basis. Many of these clubs have additional costs attached to them.

After School Care and Homework Club

In addition to the After school activities we run a free Homework Club which runs from Monday to Thursday 3.40 to 4.20 pm. Girls must book in to Homework Club where they complete any homework supervised by a member of staff.

After School Care (Late Club) is available from the first day back at school. After School Care runs from 3:40 to 5:00 pm. There is no charge for this and it will run every day unless you are otherwise informed. If parents are running late, pupils will be taken to After School Care, either directly after lessons or at the end of their After School activity.

 

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Provision Update

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Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

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