Jayne and club members have crafted a Positivity Tree for everyone in the school to help them grow, spread kindness and blossom into the person they are meant to be.
Jayne and one of our talented Y3’s from Miss Sullivan’s class have worked hard to created this colourful piece of art for the After School Club. We are so proud of the club members who are working hard at home and we wait patiently for you all to come back.
Our Breakfast and After School Clubs are operated by Highfield Hall Primary staff, Mr Rob Marriott and Mrs Jayne Green, on our premises providing wrap around childcare.
Clubs will operate from 7.30 am to 5:30pm.
Children may only attend Clubs if their parents have completed the registration form(s) below.
Booking for both Breakfast and After School Club must be made by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and payment made via ParentPay.
Any changes to the booking must be made a week before.
Please note that you can book regular attendance at Clubs weeks in advance – you do not have to do this on a weekly basis.
If you struggle to use or access Parentpay, please contact the office for assistance.
Pricing is as follows
Breakfast Club - arriving between:
After School Club – signed out between:
What to do in the morning
Bring your child to the side door (this is to the left hand side of the building as you look at it, through the gates and onto the KS1 playground).
If there is no adult there to collect your child, call the phone number on the door.
What to to door after school
Go to the side door (see above) and call the number on the door. Rob Marriott or Jayne Green will bring your child to the door.
We hope that the breakfast we provide will form part of each child's balanced diet.
We offer cereals such as Weetabix, Cocopops and Cheerios. Toast, butter and jam are also available.
We have television programmes showing on the big screen and and an ipad on each table to play games. There is a range of board games and art activities on offer too.
After School Club
We try to have this outside if the weather is fine so there is room to play organised games including football. We also have creative tasks for those that prefer quieter activities.
If we are indoor then we show programmes from CBBC iplayer and make sure there is a variety of things to do like art & crafts, ipads and board games.
We try to make sure that the children avoid mixing the pods so running games aren't possible in the hall. This is why we try to be outside whenever we can.