Mini Macs – Breakfast and After School Club
Mini Macs is run by Mrs Clarke and Mrs Winter, who are both level 3 qualified Teaching Assistants. We offer a maximum of 16 places at both breakfast and After School club to children from Reception to Year 6.
This runs every morning before school, 7:45am – 8.40am. St Michael’s Academy offers their pupils a healthy and nutritious start to their day.
Children, from Reception to Year 6, are able to come along and enjoy a selection of various cereals, toast and juices.
Children are given the opportunity to socialise with friends and make new friends. During breakfast Club children are able to read, play games and interact with others in a calm and safe environment.
Places at our Breakfast Club do need to be booked in advance and are limited so the earlier you book the more chance you have of getting a place. Full terms and conditions are on the booking form.
The cost is £4.00 per morning per child, siblings are charged at £2.00 per child.
This runs every day and can be booked in advance for either one or two session for children from Reception to Year 6. The first session starts at the end of the school day until 4:30pm and the second session runs until 5:45pm. The cost is £4.00 per child for the first session and £4.00 per child for the second session, siblings are charged at £2.00. If you need a place at short notice please telephone, if we have a space available your child will be able to attend.
Children receive a snack at the start of the first session which includes fruit and a drink and a light tea is served at 4:30 for those attending the second session.
Mrs Clarke and Mrs Winter run a full programme of topical activities for the children to take part in. Children are also able to do homework, play games, do arts and crafts and they also make good use of the outdoor facilities, weather permitting.
For any enquiries please don’t hesitate to contact either Mini Macs staff on 07341 805312 or the office staff on 02476313204.
All of these opportunities and benefits wouldn’t be possible without the generous support and funding of the Nicholas Chamberlaine Schools Foundation annual grant.