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Before and after school childcare

Our before and after school clubs are really popular with parents and children. Our Nursery and Reception children are together in the Rainbow Room. Years 1 to 6 use the Lower School Hall, Cranberry Room and the Studio as well as the playground and field.

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Before School Club

 

From September 2018, our before school and breakfast club will be open to all children from 07:45. All children will have the option of having breakfast with us too. There is a choice of cereals available each day including corn flakes, rice crispies, shreddies and weetabix. 

 

When it’s time for the children to go to their classes, they are escorted to their classrooms or the appropriate playground depending upon their age.

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After School Club

 

After school club begins at the end of the school day for the children. This is different depending upon which year group a child is currently in:

 

  • Nursery - 15:30
  • Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 (Key Stage 1) - 15:20
  • Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 (Key Stage 2) - 15:10

 

Younger children are collected from their classrooms by the Greyhounds team while older children are trusted to walk down the corridor to the club. All children are signed in so we know they are safe.

 

Snacks

 

Everyone is offered snack. Here is a list of the typical foods we serve at snack time. If your child has any allergies or children would like something which we currently do not serve please speak to us and this can easily be integrated into our menu as long as we still consider it a ‘healthy snack’.

 

  • Sweetcorn
  • Wraps
  • Cheese-grated & soft cheese
  • Milk
  • Fruit (dried & fresh)
  • Dips
  • Sandwich thins
  • Crumpets
  • Tuna
  • Jam
  • Honey
  • Crackers
  • Butter
  • Bread

 

Activities

 

After snack children have some free play time before being given a choice of ‘mini clubs’ which then run until the end of the club. Clubs we run include sports, ipads, colouring, arts & crafts, play dough, den building, scooter hockey, painting, junk modelling, quizzes, word searches and board games. We also have access at all times to the outdoor area for children who just want to spend time outside after their day at school.

 

If any of our children or families have any ideas on activities and clubs they would like us to try at Greyhounds please contact us and where practical we’ll give it a try!

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