Whitefield Primary Academy is proud to offer parents childcare facilities both before and after school.
The club is managed by Mrs Caroline Clarke, supported by a team of staff directly employed by the school.
Care Club is located in the mobile classrooms to the right of Reception and can be accessed via the main pedestrian gate on Stockholm Way.
|7:45am - 8:30am (children are taken to class in time for their 8:30am start)||£3.50 per session|
After School Club
Session 1: 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Session 2: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
|£3.50 per session|
PLEASE NOTE: Care Club is still provided on the last day of each term.
The Breakfast Club gives your child a cheerful and fun start to their day.
We offer the children toast with a number of spreads, a range of cereals and a selection of fruit along with fresh juice, milk and water to drink.
We always follow dietary requirements and health restrictions.
We use wholemeal bread for our toast and sandwiches.
After School Care Club
The After School Care Club is a service that allows the children to socialise and play in a safe environment where they have a range of toys, games and activities at their fingertips.
When the school day is finished a member of staff accompanies all the children to the club.
The children are given either sandwiches or a selection of fruit and a choice of drinks, either squash, milk or water.
Booking and payment
Parents are required to register for Care Club via ParentMail.
Daily Routines and Activities
In Breakfast Club children are always offered cereal, toast and fruit with a choice of juice, milk or water to drink. After breakfast, children have the opportunity to play board games, read, complete homework or use any of the toys available.
All children attending Breakfast Club are escorted to their classrooms at 8:30am.
All children booked into After School Care Club are escorted to Care Club by a member staff. Drinks are available throughout the sessions. In Session 1 (3:30pm - 4:30pm) a snack is also provided. The children have access to a wide range of games and toys and they are also able to complete homework and socialise with friends. There is also the opportunity to go outside within the school grounds, weather permitting.