At Hallfield children have opportunities to attend a range of clubs and courses before, during and after school. Everyday we offer breakfast club (from 8am). We also offer booster classes and homework clubs amongst others.
Breakfast Club runs every school day from 8am until the school starts. The charge is £1.20 per day, payable termly, and there are discounts for siblings. Ad-hoc access to the club is possible if there is availability, and the charge is £2 per session.
Breakfast is served by our in-house staff and we provide the following foods/drinks at breakfast:
- Toast 50/50 bread and toppings including low fat spread, mild cheddar cheese, or low sugar jam
- A selection of low sugar cereals
- Fresh fruit
Other school clubs
We are receiving funding from the Opening Schools Facilities Programme (DfE) to run most of our sports clubs and these are free of charge. These clubs start on 15 January and run for 9 weeks till 22 March.
3.30 - 4.30pm
Bicycle Ability Y2
After School provision - Let's Leap
Let's Leap Extended School Club is available to families at Hallfield Primary School for the new Academic Year 2023-24.
A walking bus will take the children to St James and St John each day at 3.20pm. Collection will be from the main gates at St James and St John CoE Primary School (4 Craven Terrace, London W2 3QD).
The provision is Ofsted registered and will provide you with the peace of mind that your child has access to a variety of opportunities and support beyond the school day.
Booking Platform for all parents:
Your child/ren will enjoy:
✓ Social Interaction with friends in a safe space
✓ Enhanced wellbeing with fun activities that help reduce stress & anxiety
✓ Fun & energising sports and team games outside of the everyday home and school environment
✓ Keep Active with a wide range of activities
✓ Learn the benefits of a healthy lifestyle
✓ Building confidence through learning new skills
Children who attend must register first before their sessions commence.
For more information or to book online, please go to www.letsleapsportsacademy.co.uk
Tel: 0203797 6386
These activities may be afternoon clubs, brownies, cubs, sport’s clubs, holiday clubs or visits to museums and tourist attractions participating in the scheme.
Selected children are given a Passport to Learning. For every hour of extra-curricular learning they take part in they receive a stamp in their passport. Children will carry their passports with them until they are 14 years old and over the course of the years will work towards the nationally recognised awards for 30, 65 or 100 hours of learning. Having achieved this, children will be invited to celebrate their achievements at graduation ceremonies.
As well as recognising and valuing our children’s learning outside school hours, becoming a member of the Children’s University encourages confidence, a sense of achievement and aspirations. For more information about the Children’s University, please visit their website at www.childrensuniversity.co.uk
We have a Children's University section in our blog, which includes news and events at Hallfield.