Breakfast Club 

At Stoke Park Primary we want to ensure that all our children are ready to start their learning adventure in the best possible way. Therefore, the school is open from 8:00am every morning and children are free to play in a safe and supervised environment on the playground before school. There is no charge for this care.

We also provide a Breakfast Cafe, which is managed by the school and staffed by Mrs Val Knight. There is a wide variety on offer and prices start from as little as 15p for a slice of toast! Also available, is our delicious homemade jam made using seasonal fruits that have been grown around the school – yummy! These breakfast items are provided as an addition to, not as a replacement for a proper breakfast.

We are open every weekday during term time at the moment, excluding INSET days, from 8:00 – 8:30am. Your child(ren) can be dropped off on the playground at any time between these times, where they will be supervised by school staff or you can stay and accompany them until the start of the school day.

 

After School Club

Our After School Club is in operation every week day during term time. The children who attend are transferred from the After School Activities to the After School Club at 4:10pm, where they can remain until 5:30pm.

The After School Club provides free flow activities with the opportunity to participate in other activities such as: badminton, cookery, outdoor play.

Bookings need to be made through the main school office. A registration form needs to be completed and invoices are sent out on the 14th of each month and should be paid in full by the 1st day of the following month.

Session times and current prices:

3:20pm to 4:30pm                        £2.00

3:20pm to 5:00pm                        £3.50

3.20pm to 5.30pm                        £5.00

If you are interested in booking a place for your child, please contact the office for more details,
0117 377 2840.

After School Activities

In addition to the after school club, there are a range of specialist lead activities that run straight from school until 4pm. These activities offer children an opportunity to further develop specific skills to a higher level, under expert tuition. There is a small charge.

This terms clubs are as follows:

Term 4 2016-17

ASCA and funding letter Term 4

Term 3 2016-17

After school club letter term 3

Term 1 and Term 2 2016-17

DayClub LeaderAge group
MondayBoard gamesSharon Knight

Any

(Max. 15)

MondayMultisports

Premier sports coach

 

Y1-2

(Max. 15)

Monday

 

SpanishTamara Sage

Y3-6

(Max. 15)

 

 

 
Tuesday

*Gym

 

Rachel Short

Premiere Sports

Y3,4,5

( Max 12)

Tuesday

 

DramaJody Cook

Yr1-3

(Max 16)

TuesdayICTSharon Knight

Y – Y6

(Max. 15)

 

 

 

Wednesday

 

 

Board games

 

Teaching Assistant

 

   Any

(Max. 15)

WednesdayBallet

Tamara Sage

(Ballet Teacher)

  KS2- Y3     priority

(Max 15)

WednesdayICTTeaching Assistant

Any

(Max. 15)

 

 

 

 
ThursdayCoding club

Al Pritchard/

Volunteer

 

   Y3-6 group

(Max. 15)

ThursdayArt and craft

Kath Donlan

 

 

Y1-2

(Max 15)

Thursday

 

 

Multisports

Premier sports

coach

Y2-4

(Max. 15)

 

 

 
FridayArtKath Donlan

Any

(Max. 15)

 

FridayMultisportsJohn (premier sports)

Y3-6

(Max 12)

 

Friday

Football

(shin pads required)

Steve Ballard

(FA football coach)

Y1&2

(Max 12)

Monday

Football

 

Steve Ballard

(FA football coach)

Y5 – Y6

(Max. 18)

WednesdayFootball

Steve Ballard

(FA football coach)

Y3&4

(Max. 12)