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The Green Infant School

Goldfield

Infants' and Nursery School

 

Buttercup Club Wrap Around Care

 

Welcome to Buttercup Club, Goldfield's wrap around care Breakfast and After School Club

Our Breakfast and After School Club is based in the main school building and has a separate drop off and pick up entrance accessed from Christchurch Road. We offer a homely and welcoming environment and provide opportunities for the children to enjoy free choice play, crafts, rest and relaxation, computing as well as opportunities for physical activities in the hall and school grounds. Children have access to a range of play equipment during the sessions and can make choices about the activities and play they want to participate in. They are also involved in planning their activities and the preparation of meals, we welcome and act on their feedback.

Breakfast Club

 

 

The Breakfast Club runs from 8.00 am until the beginning of the school day and includes a breakfast such as cereal, toast, yoghurt and fruit. Cost: £5.00 per morning session.

 

After School Club

 

 

The After School Club runs from 3.15 to 6.00 pm (children can be collected at any time) and will include a snack and light meal (such as sandwiches, pizza, salad, fruit) the children are involved in cooking and preparing meals and have opportunities to create their own meal. Cost: £12.00 per session.

Children are welcome to take part in school based activities after 3.15 pm and may join the club later however the fees will remain the same. Please inform the Club Leader of any school based activities the child is taking part in.

 

Please note that the club will not be available on school inset days or if the school has to close for adverse weather conditions or other emergency. Please also check forthcoming events for additional closures at the end of term.

The Buttercup Club Team

Buttercup Club's team are fully qualified and also employed in other roles at the school, so they are familiar to the children and very much part of the school community. This means that class teachers can make the Buttercup Club team aware of any relevant issues.