Breakfast and After School Club

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The Breakfast Club is situated in the lunch hall at Glenbrook Primary School. The session starts at 8am until the start of the school day. Breakfast is available  from 8—8.45am.

During the session there is always a selection of table top activities on offer, as well as quiet areas for reading.

Students from EYFS and KS1 are escorted to their class by a member of Breakfast Club staff at the beginning of the school day.

Fees £1.50 per child per day

The Breakfast Club Team

  • TA: Babs Hennessey
  • TA: Helen Boyle
  • Extended Services Manager:  Michelle Ward

Extended Services

We have been working on improving our Extended Services provision at Glenbrook Primary School. This means some changes have been made to our Breakfast Club, After School Clubs and After School Care.

At Glenbrook Primary School it is our aim to provide a reliable and consistent service in a happy, secure and stimulating environment for all our children.

Our new offer provides a Breakfast Club 5 days a week, a variety of After School Clubs until 4.30pm  and After School Care until 6pm.

Our team of experienced school staff combined with external providers, plan a variety of activities which your child can choose to take part in. These include physical, creative, cultural and imaginative activities.

After School Care

At Glenbrook Primary School our After School Care provision is centred around working in partnership with the children to offer activities that they are interested in. We promote responsibility and allow children to make choices about their provision on a daily basis. We support our children to access a varied range of fun and engaging activities, ensuring that all activities are age appropriate. These activities are a variety of structured and unstructured play opportunities, and take place both indoors and outdoors. There is always the option of quiet reading or independent play opportunities.

Once the school day finishes at 3.15pm, students are escorted to a central meeting place where they are collected by the after school team.

Each session begins with registration, after which the students begin their activities.

Mid way through the session we provide children with a meal. This is a cold tea and include a selection of wraps, sandwiches, baguettes, salad, fruit and smoothies.

All meals are provided by the school caterers, Harrisons, who cater for all special dietary requirements.

Times 3.15—5.45pm daily

Please note we do not operate on the very last day of term when school closes at 2pm.

Fees £6 per child per day

Late Collection of Children

We do operate a late collection procedure and details of this can be found in our terms and conditions (you will be given a copy of these when you book your child onto the service).

We also have a policy for uncollected children which is available on request.

There are a number of our skilled school staff running this service with Michelle Ward.


At Glenbrook Primary School we have a variety of After School Clubs available to our students.

All clubs take place on the school site; in one of the school halls or in a classroom space. We use both skilled school staff and specialist  external providers to run the After School Clubs.      

Once the school day finishes at 3.15pm, students are escorted to a central meeting place where they are registered. The club run from 3.15—4.30pm, when students must be collected.

Fees Payment is to be made for the whole term and must be made in advance

Booking and Payments

How to Book        

Breakfast Club & After School Care Booking forms can be collected from the school office. Please complete all sections and return the form, with payment, back to the office. Bookings must be made 2 weeks in advance.

We appreciate that this is not always possible and will be able to offer emergency places where needed.

Enrichment Clubs -  Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If your child is successful in gaining a place you will be sent a confirmation letter, this must be returned with full payment by the deadline date stated on your letter, otherwise your child’s place will be given to someone on the waiting list.

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