In addition to our many morning and after school activity clubs, Purbrook Junior School are pleased to provide a Breakfast/Morning Drop-Off Club from 7:45am and an After School Care Club until 5:30pm. These clubs ensure supervised care for your child before the school day starts and at the end of the day. Help is available for homework if required and organised activities take place.
A healthy breakfast is available for all children that attend. Sessions commence at 7:45am/8:00am and currently Breakfast/Morning Drop-Off Club is available to all pupils currently attending Purbrook Junior School only. Entry to the school is via the playground gate (opposite the pond). Sessions end when main school sessions start and the children are accompanied to their classrooms.
The daily cost is £3.00 per session (including a healthy breakfast if required); siblings attending are charged £2.50. Payments are for sessions attended only. Charges are made via the child’s Parentmail account following attendance at a session; payments can either be made daily or larger amounts deposited to be used over a period of time.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE CLUB
After School Care Club runs from the end of the school day until either 4:30pm or 5:30pm and is available to all pupils currently attending Purbrook Junior School only. Activities including crafts, computers and games are available during the sessions.
The daily cost is £3.00 per session until 4:30pm and £7.00 per session until 5:30pm (including a healthy snack). Payments are for sessions attended only. Charges are made via the child’s Parentmail account following attendance at a session; payments can either be made daily or larger amounts deposited to be used over a period of time.
We are currently running our Wraparound Care following the Government guidelines and the children remain in allocated areas within their year group ‘bubbles’. These restrictions are subject to change and constantly monitored.
All staff are CRB checked, familiar with the school’s Child Protection Policy and have First Aid training. The staff/child ratio is constantly reviewed to ensure the safety of all those attending. Staff should be notified of any medical issues, including food allergies; details of these should be on your school contact forms together with relevant contact numbers for emergency use.
Emergency places are always available – please contact the school office to reserve your child’s place. Should you have any queries, please speak to Mrs Kennett.