Breakfast club is completely FREE! It is located on the KS1 and KS2 hall. Breakfast club starts at 7:45am and children are given toast and/or cereal and juice for their breakfast. The staff members then escort the children to their school for the start of the day.
Please complete the form that is sent out every Thursday to book your child’s place.
Our Breakfast Club Policies can be viewed here:
After School Club (Rainbow Club)
Our After School Club is called Rainbow Club, previously known as ABFAB. After School Club runs from 3pm until 5:15pm. There are lots of different activities for your child to do whilst they are there. These include: construction, jigsaws, lego, television, games and many more!
A small snack is also provided for your child, where we have things such as crackers, crumpets, pancakes etc. There are different prices depending on what time you collect your child. Session times are as follows:
End of school – 4:00pm = £3
3:00pm – 5:00pm = £5
3:00pm – 5:30pm = £5.50
If you would be interested in booking your child into Breakfast/ Rainbow Club or if you want to view what we have to offer, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Hedley on email@example.com, or our school office on 01609 773524.
Alternatively, please complete the form that is sent out every Thursday to book your child’s place.
Our Rainbow Club Policies can be viewed here:
We are very fortunate at Alverton to have secured the services of a volunteer from the community, Richard Zealley, to run a Code Club at the school each week in the Autumn and Spring terms. Now in its fifth year, the children have developed their skills sufficiently to be able to use the coding skills taught by their teachers as a basis for more challenging programming using the Python coding language to program a selection of lights, switches, motors and bots. These children are turning into confident and proficient users who are able to admirably support their peers in the classroom.
Recently, the children were able to work with Python in order to flash the code to a microbit, which was then utilised as a controller for a game of ‘Catch the Ghost.’ The Code Clubbers had great fun with this, rushing to and from the computers and the LED lights to adapt their code and change the parameters. It was a splendid example of coding for a cause!
Code Club takes place on Thursdays from 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm. If you would like your child to take part please contact the school office.