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Breakfast Club

It’s important for your child to eat something nutritious each morning to re-fuel for the busy day ahead. Breakfast is an ideal opportunity to eat foods which are rich in B vitamins, folate, iron and fibre.  Skipping breakfast may affect your child’s concentration or leave them feeling ‘fuzzy’. This is because the brain is starving for energy and needs fuel from nutritious foods like grainy bread, breakfast cereals, fruit and milk so it can function at its very best throughout the day.

At Willow Tree Primary we operate two options for breakfast clubs:

Childcare and breakfast provision

This option allows parents an early drop off at school that provides the pupils with time to socialise and play with structured care and a nutritious breakfast ranging from a choice of cereals, bagels and spreads at a cost of 50p per child, per day.  To take part in this option, parents must ring school by 4pm on Thursday to book in for breakfast club sessions for the week ahead. Payment must be mad in advance or when entering breakfast club.

DayTimeRun By
Monday - Friday08:15 - 8:45Mrs V. Lee and Miss L.Walton

Magic Breakfast

We are proud to be part of the National School Breakfast Programme that allows for all pupils to have the option to start to the school day with a breakfast bagel in the classroom free of charge.  To take part in this great opportunity children just need to come into school between 8.35-8.55am so that they can pick up a bagel on their way to their classroom.

After School Clubs

We are very proud to be part of the Children’s University. Our graduates enjoy gaining either a bronze, silver or gold award. Click on the logo below to find out more about this incentive:

During the first term (September-December) of the academic year 2020-21, there will be no after-school clubs available.  We will keep this under review according to the latest COVID-19 guidance and update parents and carers as necessary.