Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast club runs from 7.30am until the opening of the school at 8.45am, in the school dining hall. Children will be fully supervised for the duration of this period.

Breakfast will be served to all children who arrive at the club before 8.20 am each day.  This will consist of:

A choice of cereals & toast with butter, jam or honey & fruit juice or cold milk & fresh fruit

Suitable activities will also be provided for the children to do until the start of the school day at 8.45am. If you wish your child to attend breakfast club, please complete the booking form below and return to the school office. We would respectfully request that 1 weeks’ notice be given prior to the dates required for the breakfast club so as to ensure we have the correct number of staff in place although we often can fit in children last minute; please ensure bookings are made by 2pm on the working day prior to the booking date.  Bookings for Breakfast Club can be made using our online sQuid booking and payment system.

Breakfast club will cost £3.50 per session for a first child. The price for a second child is £3.00 per session. All costs are payable at the time of booking via sQuid.  If you pay by childcare vouchers please use the form below and return it to wraparoundcare@st-giles.shropshire.sch.uk

Breakfast Club Booking Form – Payment by Childcare Vouchers

After School Care

Our After School Care provision runs from 3.15pm until 5.45pm in the school hall.  Children are fully supervised for the duration of our after school care provision.

Bookings for After School Care can be made using our online sQuid booking and payment system.  Please ensure bookings are made by 2pm on the working day prior to the booking date.

If you pay by childcare vouchers please use the form below and return it to wraparoundcare@st-giles.shropshire.sch.uk

After School Care Booking Form – Payment by Childcare Vouchers

There is also an external company, Treetops Kids Club, who offer an after school care facility for children attending school here.  Treetops are based at Mereside.

Please visit their website for further information http://www.treetopskidsclub.co.uk/

After School Clubs

Unfortunately further to the recent government guidance we are unable to run any after school clubs in the autumn term

A wide variety of extra-curricular clubs are normally offered including sporting, arts and other activities.

We offer an inclusive approach to sports clubs which are run separately to school teams and enable all children to take part, enjoy and improve in their ability, attitude and stamina.

Other clubs are also offered and often change termly. There are opportunities throughout the school year for children to attend a variety of clubs including: Cooking, Football, French, Choir, Multi Skills, Art & Craft, LegoWeDo, Netball, Yoga, Summer Sports.

To find out more about our clubs, please contact us

Music lessons

Unfortunately due to the current government guidance we are unable to invite Shropshire Music into school to provide lessons to children. 

Shropshire Music Service provide lessons in a wide range of instruments including:

Guitar/Ukele, Keyboard, Violin/Cello, Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone, Drums, Trumpet/Cornet

These are paid for by parents and would normally take place during the school day, depending upon the availability of the particular teacher.

Sport

We are delighted to announce that we achieved the School Games GOLD Award for the 2018/19 academic year.

The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

We had a number of children competing in local inter-school competitions this year and we are extremely proud of our pupils for their dedication to all aspects of school sport, including those young volunteers, leaders and officials who made our competitions possible.

As part of our application, we were asked to fulfil criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and we are pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded this year.