Due to the coronavirus pandemic and safety guidance, we have temporarily closed Breakfast Club. We will notify parents when the club is able to reopen. Thank you.
Caedmon Primary School has an early morning club, the Early Bird Club. Pupils take part in activities with the Sports Leader; they are then given a breakfast consisting of a selection of cereal, fruit and bagels, along with a drink of water.
This starts at 8.05am and caters for pupils from Nursery to Year 6.
Places for this are limited to 20, so we offer this to working parents in the first instance. We may request proof of working hours.
The cost of this club is £1.00 per child and 75p for any additional siblings. This covers the cost of the members of staff and food.
Places must be booked and paid for in advance, and it is first come, first served. It is your responsibility to return the booking form. Booking forms must be handed in directly to the office.
Please contact the office for more information.
Our school is also part of the National School Breakfast Programme delivered by Family Action and Magic Breakfast. As part of this programme, we are also able to offer a free breakfast to all of our children. This doors for this club open at 8.25am each day. Children must arrive by 8.40am to enable them to choose from the full selection of breakfast items available.
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