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PLEASE NOTE OUR BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROVISION IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS. WE ARE LOOKING FORWWARD TO REOPENING THE PROVISION AS SOON AS GOVERNMENT GUIDELNES ALLOWS US TO DO SO.
The Larks & Owls club is run by St.James’ CofE Primary School and exists to provide high quality out-of-school hours childcare for our parents. It provides a range of stimulating and creative activities in a safe environment.
The club operates from 7.45am – 8.50am and from 3.30pm – 5:30pm term time, and current costs for each session can be obtained from the School Office or Larks & Owls staff.
Bookings and payment are all completed online making it an easy process for busy parents to forward book to suit their individual needs. Full details can be found in the Larks & Owls Policy which can be downloaded below.
Breakfast club provides a high quality service meeting the needs of both parents/carers whilst allowing children the opportunity to have a healthy nutritious start to the day and the chance to engage in activities, relax and have fun before the start of the school day.
Breakfast Club runs from 7.45am with breakfast being served at 8.20am.
Children can enjoy quiet time which includes board games,drawing ,lego, top trumps and a variety of other games or participate in a friendly physical games session to wake their bodies and mind up ready for a day of learning.
Breakfast club children are offered a nutritional breakfast of cereals, yoghurts, toast, seasonal fruit and juice as well as hot porridge in the winter.
After school club has a relaxed feel and we fully appreciate that children may be tired at the end of the school day and may simply want to ‘chill out’ during their time with us. Children are encouraged to choose activities they wish to take part in and the emphasis is very much on supervised free play.
After school club children are offered a nutritional snack which varies each day and may include sandwiches, pikelets, hot dogs, cheese & crackers, seasonal fruit, along with juice or hot drink.
St James’ CofE is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment. If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact Stuart Booth or Joanna Chambers.
By entering our site you agree to share our Safeguarding commitment and accept the guidelines within our policy.Safeguarding and