In association with Kellogg's
We are proud to be able to offer our parents this wrap around care particularly if your work hours mean that you need an earlier drop off. It is a lovely club with a friendly atmosphere, run by qualified members of our team. Children are engaged and happy.
Opening time: 8:00 am — 8:45 am. Drop off is through the main school entrance.
Each morning breakfast is provided. The children sit down to eat and chat together in an informal atmosphere in our wellbeing hub. Once eaten the children get the opportunity to play some board games, with the toys or use the interactive white board.
At 8:40 am staff escort KS1 children to their classrooms and KS2 children go to their classrooms.
· Cereals—Cornflakes, Cheerios, Rice Krispies and Weetabix.
· Drinks—Water or fruit juices.
· Toasted whole meal or white bread—With choice of spreads.
Board Games, jigsaws and construction toys are available for the children to play with until breakfast has stopped.
Our Breakfast Club is led by Miss Hill, Mrs Raybone-Lock and Miss Gallagher. Their aim is to make sure the children have the best start to the day.
The Breakfast Club is available at £2.50 per session, payable in advance.
All payments are made via school's electronic system. Please contact the office if you need support with this.
St James Breakfast Club is OFSTED registered which means you may be able to claim Working Tax Credits. Please see HMRC Website or telephone Family Information Services 01922 653383.
Along with Tax credits, you may also be able to participate in a Childcare Voucher Scheme via your Employer. Childcare vouchers can be used to pay for all types of registered childcare for children up to 16 years old, including day nurseries, nannies, au pairs, crèches, childminders, out of school clubs, holiday schemes, activity clubs and qualifying childcare offered by schools.
Once an employer is registered with the Childcare Voucher Scheme operator, eligible working parents can exchange up to £243 a month (£55 a week) of their gross salary for childcare vouchers. The exchanged part of the salary is exempt from tax and National Insurance contributions. This allows parents to make savings of up to £933 a parent, a year on their registered childcare costs.