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Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club opens from 7.30am. It has a warm and friendly environment enabling children to feel safe, also helping to provide them with a positive start to each day.

As we are part of the healthy eating school programme, we implement nutritional healthy breakfast. Everyday we offer a selection of non sugared cereal, buttered toast and water to drink at a cost of £1.50 per day.

Children are encouraged to become more independent by taking responsibility of making sure they have signed into the breakfast register also by going straight to class to hang coats and book bags on their pegs before they line up for breakfast.

We believe breakfast club helps provide an open opportunity for parents to discuss and share any concerns or worries with us and form positive relationships.

Also to:

  • Improve attendance and punctuality of each child.
  • Promotes social skills for all children.
  • Provides children the opportunity to read and quiz on the accelerated reader programme, enabling them to become a more confident reader.
  • ICT room provides a quiet environment for children to concentrate using a range of math skills on various math challenges. 
  • By providing a healthy breakfast it would improve concentration levels therefore improve academic achievement.

Breakfast Club is open to all children. We are always happy to see new faces. We hope to see you soon.


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7:30am…

  • Children can arrive from this time
  • Sign in with Mrs Harris
  • Years 1-5 hang up their book bags, coats etc. on the hooks outside the hall.
  • Nursery & Reception to leave their belongings on the stage.
  • Find their face and stick it to the welcome board.
  • Take part in activities which vary from day to day on a two week rota basis. These include maths games, word games, puzzles, construction and resources to help with motor skills.

8am-8:15am…

  • Breakfast is served from 8am
  • Children are encouraged to wash their hands using the hand gel provided.
  • They will get a tray, help themselves to drinks/yoghurts/fruit/cereal or line up for toast and clear away their items when they are finished.

8:15am…

  • Tidy up time.

8:30am...

  • Children will be called by year group to line up, collect their belongings and head off to their classes.

 

Week One

Monday

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Stickle bricks
  • Fine Motor Skills: Threading beads
  • Number Skills/Turn Taking: Snakes & Ladders
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Alphabet Floor Puzzle
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Find the Link
  • Thinking/Spelling: Match & Learn Spelling
  • Turn Taking: Animal dominoes
  • Turn Taking/Thinking & Strategy: Food Snap

Tuesday

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Interstar links
  • Fine Motor Skills: Pop together links
  • Fine Motor Skills: Peg board pictures
  • Number Skills/Turn Taking: Darts
  • Number Skills/Turn Taking: Lobo
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Guess Who

Wednesday ‘Bingo Day’

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Lego
  • Fine Motor Skills: Chain Links
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Food Bingo
  • Turn Taking: Fairy Tale Bingo
  • Turn Taking: On The Farm Bingo
  • Number Skills: Maths Bingo

Thursday ‘Big Games Day’

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Speed Stacks
  • Construction/Thinking: Giant Dominoes
  • Motor Skills: Build-a-bug
  • Turn Taking/Thinking: World Map Floor Puzzle
  • Teamwork: ‘Create Your Own Board Game’
  • Learning Through Play: Globe Trotting

Friday

  • Construction: Knex
  • Construction: Wooden blocks
  • Fine Motor Skills: Connecta Straws
  • Number Skills: ‘Space’ board game
  • Number Skills/Turn Taking: Shopping List game
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Food Bingo
  • Social Skills: Show & Tell

Everyday

  • Creativity/Number Skills: Maths worksheets
  • Creativity/Number Skills: Drawing activities related to current term topics
  • Reading Skills: Accelerated reading quiz
  • Number/ICT Skills: Maths games using computers
  • Creativity: Constructing well known buildings, aircraft, etc. using resources.
  • Listening Skills: Group reading session (Mon-Thu)

Week Two

Monday

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Stickle bricks
  • Fine Motor Skills: Threading beads
  • Number Skills/Turn Taking: Numbers Floor Puzzle
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Find the Link
  • Turn Taking/Thinking & Strategy: Food Snap
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Guess Who
  • Turn Taking: Farm dominoes
  • Learning Through Play: Picture/words cards

Tuesday

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Interstar links
  • Fine Motor Skills: Pop together links
  • Fine Motor Skills: Peg board pictures
  • Number Skills/Turn Taking: Darts
  • Thinking/Number Skills: Uno
  • Turn taking: Picture Lotto

Wednesday ‘Bingo Day’

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Lego
  • Fine Motor Skills: Chain Links
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Food Bingo
  • Turn Taking: Fairy Tale Bingo
  • Turn Taking: On The Farm Bingo
  • Number Skills: Maths Bingo

Thursday ‘Big Games Day’

  • Construction/Motor Skills: Speed Stacks
  • Construction/Thinking: Giant Dominoes
  • Motor Skills: Build-a-bug
  • Thinking & Strategy: Giant Noughts & Crosses
  • Turn Taking: Giant snakes & Ladders
  • Learning Through Play: Globe Trotting

Friday

  • Construction Corner: Knex
  • Construction: Wooden blocks
  • Fine Motor Skills: Connecta Straws
  • Number Skills: ‘Caterpillar’ board game
  • Number skills: Shopping List game
  • Thinking/Turn Taking: Food Bingo
  • Social Skills: Show & Tell

Everyday

  • Creativity/Number Skills: Maths worksheets
  • Creativity/Number Skills: Drawing activities related to current term topics
  • Reading Skills: Accelerated reading quiz
  • Number/ICT Skills: Maths games using computers
  • Creativity: Constructing well known buildings, aircraft, etc. using resources.
  • Listening Skills: Group reading session (Mon-Thu)