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The Rise and Shine Club

Rise and Shine Club                                                                                          

The Academy at St James is proud to be in partnership with Magic Breakfast, providing healthy breakfasts to our pupils so that they are settled and ready to learn.

Magic Breakfast provides The Academy at St James with nutritious breakfast food to ensure children start their school day in the best possible way. Breakfast gives children the energy needed for the busy school morning, enabling them to focus on their lessons.

Here at The Academy at St James we are committed to ensuring no child is too hungry to learn.

Our before school childcare, The Rise and Shine Club runs each morning from 7.30am in the school dining area and costs £2.00 a day, payable through PayPal.  Children will be collected from the hall doors at 7.30am.  There is a doorbell on the hall door (the side door) so you can bring your child at any time before 8.15 and your child will be able to attend, the cost is the same – £2.00 daily.

If your child doesn’t attend we do still provide bagels in the classroom as the bagels are free it’s the childcare you pay for.

The Breakfast Club offers a tasty breakfast – the most important meal of the day!

Breakfast Choices –

Variety of Cereals – Cheerios, Rice Krispies and Shreddies

and winter days we offer porridge

Variety of Drinks – water, fruit juices and milk

Toast and bagels

Variety of Yogurts

Variety of Fruits

Our Lovely Staff that help us are –

Miss Oxley, Mrs Gibbons, Miss Hetherington and Mrs Spiers

If you’d like your child to attend The Rise and Shine Club please contact school and fill in a form which are located in the school office. Miss Oxley will then be in touch as when your child may start.

Our Rise and Shine Club provides a safe environment for your children to enjoy free play and adult lead activities. These include; team building games, reading, colouring and we also have an area for if the children have any homework to complete. Children must remain in breakfast club until 8.30am when they will be dismissed to their classes. Children who are persistently disruptive and un-co-operative will not be allowed to attend.

 

The National School Breakfast Programme has launched its breakfast at home area on the Family Action website, where you will find lots of information and advice on providing a low cost, nutritious, daily breakfast at home.

Need some tips for a stress free and nutritious breakfast at home? Please click the link below –

http://www.family-action.org.uk/BreakfastAtHome

 

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