Extended School Day

There is the option of a breakfast and after school club. These are offered by independent providers but it means that parents have the flexibility that modern life requires. Please note that these clubs can be very popular so we recommend making contact with them well in advance.


Breakfast Club

‘Rise and Shine Breakfast Club’ from 7.30a.m is an independently run breakfast club managed by NT Sports. For any enquires please contact Nathan Tapley on 07810 786659 or visit the website ntsports.co.uk

The Breakfast Club aims to provide early morning child care where every child will be supervised by a sports qualified, DBS checked, first aid trained and fully insured member of staff. Based at the Junior School, children receive a breakfast of cereals, fruit, bread and juices and have the opportunity to participate in fun sports, games and challenges.


Horsell Village After School Club

Horsell Village After School Club (HVASC) is an independently run non-for-profit organisation overseen by a parent committee, which has been running for over 20 years.

They operate three clubs, across three sites offering care for children aged 4-11.  They have the capacity for up to 32 children at our Village Institute Club, 20 children at their Children’s Centre Club and 44 children at their Junior Club.

 HVASC offer a variety of different activities each session, both indoors and outside, the team plan art and crafts themed around the children’s interests as well as local, cultural and religious celebrations. The session includes a healthy snack such as wraps, pasta, sandwich/bagel thins, make your own pizzas and beans/hoops on toast.

 Please contact Beth Anders on 07760 342 139 or via email at manager@hvasc.co.uk for enquiries or to join their waiting list.

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