Out of School Hour Clubs
St. Theresa’s opened its breakfast club in November 2011 and since then it has grown in success and popularity. The club offers a safe and enjoyable environment for all children of St. Theresa’s whose parents have early morning commitments.
Breakfast club starts at 7.45 am and finishes at 8.30am when the children go into the playground before making their way into class. The children have the opportunity to eat a selection of cold and hot breakfasts as well as being given the opportunity to socialise with friends, take part in games and enrich themselves with art and craft activities. Food on offer includes: cereals, toast, fruit, bacon, eggs, sausages, beans, yoghurt, fruit juices, hot chocolate and warm milk.
The breakfast club is staffed by two paediatric, 1st aid trained teaching assistants and the school cook. Breakfast club takes place in the school hall but the children also have the opportunity to go out to play. The cost of breakfast club is £3.50 a day. You can book online through the school’s online system (See below) or pay cash on the day.
Breakfast club is accessible by the main school entrance. We look forward to seeing you there!
Little Saints After School Club
St Theresa’s is delighted to offer an After School Club on our premises, beyond the school day, between 3.45 – 5:44pm. The Club provides high quality and stimulating wraparound care to support parents / carers of working families. The cost of After School club is £12 a day. All staff hold an Enhanced DBS. Here are some of the activities on offer:
- Arts and crafts
- Lego/puzzles/board game
- Drinks, sandwiches and snacks
- Special celebration days and parties
- and much more.
When Hayley and Kelle set up Lemon Jelly in 2007, their aim was to provide a safe and fun environment for children to experience everything that the world of performing arts could offer, essential skills for life (not just a career in the arts).
Hayley and Kelle both trained at one of the most famous drama schools in the world, Italia Conti Academy of Theatre arts. Following their exceptional training and an exciting career in all areas of the industry, they now proudly pass on their valuable experience and knowledge to many young people. With over 1000 children attending their classes every week, Lemon Jelly is living up to its aspiration of giving confidence to as many kids as they possibly can through performing arts!
Come and join us, see what the fuss is about.
Non Stop Action Football
The school have an after school clubs for football run by Non Stop Action ( KS2 Thursday) The classes are led by experienced and FA qualified coaches. They maintain a high ratio of coaches to players, and age-appropriate equipment to ensure the best learning environment. Their structured football curriculum is child centred, focuses on ball mastery, decision making, game understanding and developing a technical confidence, whilst building self-esteem, making friends and having fun.
Any enquiries into booking yourself a place please email the school office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non Stop Action also run a free activity club before school on a Tuesday. Children are chosen each term to participate in different sports, build confidence and team work.
Kaishi Karate School
St Theresa’s Catholic Primary School is offering your children the opportunity to attend karate classes. Karate is not about fighting but in fact the very opposite: how to avoid conflict and defend yourself. Confidence comes from knowing that you can take care of yourself.
Give your child the opportunity to help them develop their self-discipline, self-defence skills, gain confidence, become fitter, healthier, stronger, and most importantly, have fun while doing it. Classes will cover a range of activities, such as fitness, flexibility, developing coordination, games, stories, teamwork, as well as learning the punching, blocking, and kicking techniques of karate. Opportunities to grade and move up the belt ranking system is available at the end of each term for members.
The classes will be taught by Sheena Amin (3rd WSK).Sheena has been teaching karate for 12 years and is the owner of Kaishi Karate School who are affiliated to Karate England. Sheena already teaches adults and children in North London, is DBS checked, 1st Aid Qualified, safeguarding trained, has coaching certificates and has full Instructors’ and Company Insurance cover.
The ten week term is £70 and is due in advance of the term starting in order to book your space.
If you would like more information, then please feel free to call or e mail me and I will be more than happy to answer any questions. If you would like your child to attend, please complete the attached form and return it to me at email@example.com
Very best wishes and I’m looking forward to seeing your child in class.
Design Fusion Art Club
Design Fusion Art Club was set up by two mums, both Graphic Designers with a passion for art – who through their own children saw the need for more creative expression in a world where there are so many rules, regulations and expectations even from the youngest amongst us.
Parents work hard and schools strive for Academic Excellence and often there is little room for creativity, let alone the mess that this can sometimes create!
Design Fusion Art Club is a space where children can be a little messy in a relaxed, supportive environment whilst learning different techniques that help develop their cognitive skills useful in later life.
From painting to sewing, from drawing to clay modelling, from paper mâché to jewellery making and so much more – expressing yourself has never been so much fun!
The Art club at St Theresa’s is currently running on a Tuesday afternoon. For more information or to book your child a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 07817 806011.