To accommodate the needs of working parents we have a range of out of hours clubs. Breakfast club and One hour club are both run by our own school staff; the YMCA after school club is run by YMCA qualified staff on the school premises. Further information about YMCA club can be found under the Communities tab.
To help parents and carers who need extra time in the morning to get to work before the school day begins, Wells Primary School offers a breakfast club from 7.30am. Breakfast club is based in the school's dining hall. The club is run by two/three members of the school staff and has, at least, one qualified first-aider present at all times.
The cost of each session is £4.25 for the first child and £4.00 for any siblings. The children are provided with a healthy breakfast.
We offer a wide range of indoor activities to keep the children amused. We always have a creative arts table available. We also offer board games, books, puzzles and construction toys, suitable for all ages and genders. The children are fully supervised by the adults in charge. Breakfast club is a very calm and friendly environment.
Breakfast club is very popular with both parents and children. If you would like to book a place then please download the admissions form below and return to the school office for the attention of the Breakfast Club Leader.
To help parents and carers who need a little extra time at the end of the school day, we offer a one hour club at Wells Primary School. The club is run by three members of the school staff and has at least one fully qualified first aider present at all times.
The cost of each session is £4.25 and the children are provided with a healthy snack.
We offer a wide range of activities including board games and creative activities. The children also have access to the playground where they can play tennis, football, basketball and use a variety of P.E. equipment. They are fully supervised by adults at all times.
Our hour club is very popular with both parents and children. If you would like to book a place then please contact Mrs Poulson on the school number, for an admissions form. Alternatively download the form below and return to the school office and a member of staff will contact you directly.
Here are some of the activities the children at hour club said they enjoy:
I really enjoy playing with the play-doh; I like using the cutters to make different shapes.
I like hour club because we get nice food to eat and can play netball and use the hula hoops.Tobiloba