Breakfast Club and Extra-Curricular Activities

The Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club is very kindly sponsored by Greggs, which means our children are allowed to attend the club for free! Miss Williams, along with the support of seven other members of staff, runs the club. The club currently has numbers of around 120 children who attend daily and therefore there is a waiting list. If your child would like to attend the club then please see either the Community Room or main office to add their name to the waiting list, your child will then be allocated a place as and when one becomes available. Children are provided with a nutritional breakfast, with a choice of cereal, toast and juice followed by enjoyable activities with their fellow club members.

Extra-Curricular Activities at All Saints

We are very pleased to offer a wide range of clubs for Key stage 1 and 2 pupils to participate in. These include learning the basics of taekwondo, with Master Beanland through to creating exciting models in Lego club.

We have a wide range of up to date comics for children to enjoy in Comic club and the younger children delight in different types of arts and crafts.

Next term we will be offering children the chance to return to the club they are already in or try something new. Children will be able to choose from the following:

Music – learn how to play the keyboard or take part in Gamelan. Session led by a specialist music teacher.

Football – sign up to learn football skills & maybe become part of our school team? Session led by a specialist sports coach.

Lego – what can you create? Come and build your own models or complete a more technically complex kit.

Arts & craft – create, make and do – it’s over to you to use your imaginations!

Comic Club – come and share in the latest comics. Can you create one of your own to share with your friends? Come and have a go.

Drama Club – would you like to take part in a show? Do you act or sing? This is the club for you.

Computing club – do you want to deepen your knowledge of computing? Do you think you could design and write your own programme? Come along and find out more about the computing opportunities in school.