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Breakfast and After School Club

Gipsy Hill

Breakfast Club runs every morning from 7:30am to the start of the school day, and After School Club runs every day from the end of the school day until 6pm.

Breakfast Club and After School Care

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Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club runs every morning from 7:30am to the start of the school day.

A charge of £3.00 per session is payable per child.

Breakfast consists of toast with butter or jams and cereals, as well as a selection of fruit juices, water or milk. With baked beans on toast as a weekly treat.

We have a number of Fenstanton staff running the Breakfast Club including Ricky Deane, Ava Skilton and Marivic Barrett. 

After School Club

After School runs every day from the end of the school day until 6pm.

A charge of £8.00 per session is payable per child.

Our sessions begin with registration. We then give the children opportunities to play outside or free independent play with table top activities in our hub area.  

Mid-way through the session we provide the children with a light snack. This is a cold tea and will include a selection of wraps, sandwiches, baguettes, pasta, salad, fruit and smoothies. All our meals are provided by the school caterers, Harrisons and they are happy to cater for all special dietary requirements.

Children attending this club also have the option of taking part in our broad range of Action Zone Activities which include: Gymnastics, Multi Sports, Football, Dance and Arts & Crafts.

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