In our school, we celebrate being part of God’s family.
We inspire our children with a love of learning in a safe, happy
environment, which will enable them to flourish and
reach their individual potential.

Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD17 6TE

tel: 01274 598540,

fax: 01274 530018,

email: office@baildonce.co.uk

Before School Club

LOOKING AFTER OUR EARLY BIRDS. 

Baildon Church of England Primary School Breakfast Care Club will operate daily in term time from 7.30 am until 8.50am for children in Reception to Year 6. All children who attend the club must attend Baildon Church of England School.  

 

Places at Breakfast Care Club can be organised by talking to Mrs Jones.

 

Breakfast comprising of cereal, fruit, toast, bread and hot or cold drinks will be available from 7.45am until 8.25am. Parents need to indicate half a term in advance whether they require breakfast for their children. The cost for each session with breakfast is £4.

 

For those children who wish to attend but do not require breakfast, the cost per session is £3.50. Parents must pay for sessions in advance (weekly , monthly, half termly etc). If the children are in receipt of Free School Meals, the cost is £3. A receipt will be issued for all payments. Payments must be made using the online system which can be acccessed using this link. https://login.eduspot.co.uk/public/portal/parent/?app=schoolmoney . Childcare vouchers are also acceptable as a means of payment. The school reserves the right to exclude a child if fees are not paid.

 

At Breakfast Club children can play with friends; painting and colouring, building with construction sets, creating with origami, and of course, have breakfast. We find that the children love to chat over toast and a cuppa!

                                              

For children (and staff!) who need to come round slowly in a morning, we have board games and quiet pastimes. Other children like to be active from the word go and they can let off steam in the gym or outdoors in summer, playing tennis, football, skipping and playing skittles.

Children choose their own activities and are supervised by the staff, but they are expected to tidy up after themselves, putting away the toys and doing their own washing up. Everyone gets involved and helps each other out when these jobs have to be done.

Our children might have an early start to the day but they get into class happy, relaxed and ready to learn.

 

Breakfast Club Information Booklet 2018.doc

Breakfast Club Registration Form 2018.docx