The Club is organised on a daily basis by Ms Carol Drury, supported by Mrs Christine Johnston.
Mrs Andrea Maden, Mr Steven Henley, Mrs Becky Fletcher, Mrs Alison Parry, Ms Tina Bradbury, Ms Tracey Quarmby who work in the school during the day join the team for the morning/afternoon sessions on different days.
This unique scheme allows pupils of St. Chad’s to arrive at school early or stay late:
From 7.45 to 8.40am and 3.15 to 5.45pm. Each and every school day.
What we offer
There are a range of suitable activities which allow the children to socialise, relax and play.
Coding, jigsaws, role play, lego, dressing up, free play, computer games, television programmes and dvd’s are all available within the Club which is situated in the school computer suite, library and hall.
We take good advantage of fine weather to enjoy our beautiful surroundings within the school site to play with outdoor equipment on the School grounds including the all-weather pitch.
Club also offers areas where children can read or chat to their friends.
We can offer cereals, toast and a drink to children who arrive early in the morning and would like breakfast.
Breakfast is available from 7.45am-8.15am (there is a small charge for breakfast)
Children with us during after school receive a small snack at 4pm (no charge)
£3.00 per hour, (£1 for 5.30 to 5.45pm) or part thereof, for each child attending.
Fees owing for the week should be paid on Parentpay each Friday.
Unfortunately non payment could result in your child losing their place in club.
Ms. Drury is available each morning until approx 9.00am in the Club to speak to with regards to club.
emails need to be sent by 7.30am for before school club and before 2.30pm for after school club.
All messages are checked at 7.30am /2.30pm and a message delivered to your child they are to attend Club.
Should you experience a delay in collecting your child at the end of the day please telephone the school office before 2.30pm and a message will then be passed to your child to make their way to the Club after school
(Infant children are taken to club straight from their classrooms).