The Club opens at 7.45am until 8.55am (in time for registration).
The Club is child-centred, inclusive and fun and provides a stimulating social environment for children from both the Infants and Junior School to start their school day. The Club will promote healthy eating and give children the opportunity to make confident choices about a balanced diet.
There is an annual registration fee of £15.00 per child, payable in advance to cover the cost of administration. Sessions must be booked and paid for in advance on the monthly booking form. The fees are £3.80 per session (£4.00 wef 4 September 2018) for registered users or £4.85 per session (£5.00 wef 4 September 2018) for occasional users.
You may download a Registration Form here and booking forms below or collect copies from the school office.
Booking Forms for 2017-2018
Booking Forms for 2018-2019
Working parents on lower incomes, who are accessing childcare, can benefit from claiming the childcare element of the working tax credit which can cover up to 80% of the costs of the Club (including the registration fee). Salary sacrifice schemes available from some employers can also be used towards the cost of the Breakfast Club.
Both schools have received a small amount of delegated funding to help children with special educational needs to access extended school services at the same cost as other children.
If your child receives one-to-one support in school and you would like your child to attend the Club, please contact Sue Warneford-Thomson in the school office for more information.
The Breakfast Club will run from the Yatton Infant School hall.
Children must be signed in each day by the carer dropping them off.
There will be a minimum of 2 staff (employed by the Infant School) supervising the children at all times.
Suzanne Eelbeck, the Play Leader, can be contacted on the Club mobile (07854 694903) if necessary (once the Club is open), but not before 7:00am or after 9:00pm, please).
Booking forms and other messages can be left in the School office for collection.