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Alexandra Breakfast Club
Thank you for your interest in our Alexandra Breakfast Club.
Object of the club
To provide a safe clean and happy environment for a calm and purposeful start to the school day.
To provide a healthy breakfast.
- A daily club that runs from 7.45am to 9am during term time and teaching days.
- A safe and nurturing environment where children can come to relax and have fun.
- A club that welcomes and celebrates difference and diversity.
- A club where every child can shine and learn how to keep healthy and stay safe.
7.45 – 8.45am
Ongoing table top activities
7.45 – 8.20am
St. Paul’s children are taken to school
Alexandra children are taken to their classroom and greeted by the class teacher.
What do we eat?
Breakfast is served at 8am so that the children have the opportunity to eat together in a relaxed and informal way. The children can self-select from a number of healthy breakfast cereals. In addition, toast is served with a choice of jams and spreads. Fresh fruit is also available. Water is provided to drink. We encourage the children to self-manage their breakfast preparation, with adults there to supervise where necessary.
We would like all children to bring a toothbrush and toothpaste to clean their teeth after breakfast. This is part of our daily routine and children are encouraged to do this.
The Alexandra children are dropped by a member of the BCteam to there class at 8.50am.
The St. Paul’s children are dropped by a member of our BC team to the St. Paul’s playground at 8.45am. We continue to welcome any children attending St. Paul’s school who have previously been part of our care or who are siblings of our current children.
We have put together this Parent Pack for your information.
If you would like to book a place for your child/ren, please complete a copy of the forms at the bottom of this page for each child attending the club:
- The Admissions Form(s)
- The Sunflower Breakfast club agreement
- The Emergency Medical treatment form
Please return the 3 documents to the school office marked Breakfast Club. Only children booked and on the register will be allowed to partake.
I look forward to welcoming your child/children to the Breakfast School Club. Please contact me should you have any queries or questions regarding the club. Mrs Ginette Higgins firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices and Payment Details
Payments & BOOKINGS must be made in advance via the ParentPay website, to ensure that the club is adequately staffed and resourced.
Parents may pay for all sessions booked up to half-term/ the end of term, or at the beginning of each month. Payment is either by voucher, credit/debit card via the ParentPay website . Please note that payment is still due for sessions booked during each half of the term, which are not attended for any reason. Refunds for unplanned absenses can only be given in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the school, as costs will be incurred.
Breakfast Session = £6.00 per child per session
Advance Booking Fee for Breakfast Club: £6.00
Emergency booking within 48 hours: £8 to cover our additional costs
All advance bookings must be made via Parentpay (or the childcare voucher form with payment released at the time of submission of the form). Bookings can be cancelled on Parentpay up to 2 days in advance at no charge.
All requests for emergency bookings (under 48 hours) must be made by email to Ginette on email@example.com. Ginette will then enable the system so that payment can be made by Parentpay. Your booking is confirmed once the Parentpay payment is received.
Please ensure your booking forms are returned to school by 4pm on the last day of term to enable bookings to be put on the Parentpay system.
Time 07.45am – until the beginning of school. Breakfast is served until 8.20am.
We accept payment by all Childcare Voucher Providers for our Extended school Care (Breakfast & Afterschool Club). They can not be used for Afterschool Activity clubs run by outside providers.
Childcare Vouchers can be used to pay for a wide range of childcare including:
Home based care such as childminders, nannies and au pairs
Pre-school care such as nursery schools, play schools and crèches
Care for older children such as out of school clubs (breakfast clubs, afterschool clubs) and holiday clubs
Your Childcare Vouchers can be used to pay more than one childcare provider if you wish. The only condition is that they will need to be registered with or approved by an appropriate body (such as Ofsted) and be affiliated to the Edenred network.
The current registration and approval bodies include:
Ofsted Childcare Register – Compulsory (England)
Ofsted Childcare Register – Voluntary (England)
Local Health and Social Services Trusts (Northern Ireland)
The Care Commission (Scotland)
Childcare Approval Scheme (Wales)
The Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales
For more information please click here to visit the Government website.