Breakfast Club (childcare)

 

We're open from 8 - 9am daily during term times for children aged 3 - 11. Children enjoy a healthy breakfast and enjoy games before school for £3.

Mrs Edwards ~ Breakfast Club

 

FAQ

 Is the club run by another company? No - our staff are employed by school.

How can payment be made? Via LiveKitchen or by cash. We no longer accept cheques.

Does the school accept childcare vouchers? No,. not at the moment. This will be reviewed.

Does the charge depend on drop off times? No, it's £3 regardless of drop off times.

How can I book? To book a place, please complete the online form here. Or, phone 01832 733221.

  • Sufficient notice (24 hours) must be given of cancellations to avoid a charge.

After School Club (childcare)

 

We're open from 3.15 - 6.15, in term times (£4 per hour/part hour) for children aged 4 - 11 from all schools. Collection is from the main entrance to school - please ring the door bell.

Mrs Coulson ~  Breakfast & After School Leader

Mrs Pratt ~  After School Club

FAQ

Is the club run by another company? No - our staff are employed by school.

Can children attend after Hotshots, etc.? Yes, and we won't start charging until the other club ends.

Will children get a snack? Yes, and we will take children's preferences into account.

What will the children be doing? All sorts!

Can children be collected earlier or later than planned? Yes - we only charge for the time used.

How can payment be made? Via LiveKitchen  (for school families only), cash or bank transfer direct to the school.  (Sort Code: 20-17-19, Account: 13180654).

We no longer accept cheques. 

Does the school accept childcare vouchers? No, not at the moment. This will be reviewed.

 How can I book? We invite you to come and meet us. We need a contact form for each child (already completed for children who attend our school). 

Then please book here. Or, phone 01832 733221.

  • The late collection charge (after 6.15) is £15 per quarter (or part quarter) of an hour. 
  • Sufficient notice (24 hours) must be given for cancellations to avoid a charge.

Free clubs run by or supervised by our school (extra curricular activities)

 We check suitability by checking qualifications & DBS certificates and through observations. 

Multi-skills KS1- Thursdays (3.15-4.15). From Thursday 15th September. Free for Reception and KS1. Run by school staff. Please see Mrs Gale to sign up.

Netball club (KS2) - Wednesdays (3.15-4.00pm)

Archery Club (KS2) - Starting: Tuesday April 25th 2017 until July 18th 2017. Tuesdays (3.15-4.15pm). Free for KS2. Supervised by school staff. Please see Mrs Gale to sign up. 

Other clubs are organised during the school year, led for free through school or the government sports fund, e.g. archery and multi-skills.

Mixed Media Club - Starting Monday 12th June 2017 (3.15-4.15) - Free to all year groups. Please see Mrs Steventon to sign up.

Clubs run by external providers (extra curricular activities)

 We check suitability by checking qualifications & DBS certificates and through observations.

Violin tuition is arranged through school, during the school day (9.00 - 9.30am on a Monday for children in Years 1 - 6). It's £47 per term, payable to Woodford CE Primary School. This is heavily subsidised by school. 

 Hotshots basketball is on from 3.15 - 4pm on Mondays for children in Years 2 - 6. It's £3 per session, payable to Hotshots. The contact number is 07776 286666. Starts Monday 9th January 2017 until Mon 27th March 2017.

Please contact school or the appropriate company  if you would like your child to attend any of the clubs offered above. Once children are registered, we ask that bookings and payment are made directly to the club provider. Please contact them directly for their term dates  and to share medical and contact details directly with them. Thank you.

 

Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust

Available in September 2016 – Bassoon and Oboe Clubs

Would you like to learn to play the oboe or bassoon?

The Music and Performing Arts Trust offers Bassoon and Oboe clubs every Friday evening in Northampton from September 2016. Students interested in starting to learn either instrument can sign up for just £20 per term, which includes the free loan of an instrument, one reed per term and group tuition.

If you think you might be interested in starting to learn one of these two more specialised woodwind instruments please ask for an application form from the school or through the Music Trust directly on 01604 637117 or office@nmpat.co.uk