Our Breakfast and After School Club, Moorside Buddies, offers children a welcoming, friendly and safe place, where they can make friends, play games, cook and spend time enjoying our school grounds. Our Buddies staff are fantastic club leaders. They play and care for the children who attend, getting to know each child and their parents or carers. They provide a range of activities, joining in with their play and organsing cooking sessions and creative activities. The children all say how much they enjoy attending - and some even complain when they miss a session! If you would like to visit the setting and see it in action, please contact the school office to arrange a time - we'd love to show you round. Forms and policies are set out in the links below.
|Weekly Booking Forms||Download|
|September 2019 Buddies Club||Click here|
|October 2019 Buddies Club||Click here|
|November 2019 Buddies Club||Click here|
|December 2019 Buddies Club||Click here|
|Buddies Breakfast & After School Club Policy||Click here|
|Buddies Breakfast & After School Club Registration Form||Click here|
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