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Breakfast Club

14th July 2020


Dear Parent/Carer


Breakfast Club/Busy Bees After School Club

Since 2002 we have provided quality wraparound care for minimum costs with school subsidising the fees.  Unfortunately, with an ever-growing demand and increasing costs, the time has come for a slight increase in fees.


From Monday 14th September 2021 the session fees will be increased by 50p per session.  Breakfast Club sessions will become £3.00 per day from 7.45 am and from 8.00 am £2.50 per day.  Busy Bess sessions until 4.30pm will become £2.50 and until 5pm will become £3.50.


With social distancing measures in place, we politely ask that all payments are sent into school with your child in an envelope clearly marked with the days/dates/times you require.  Signing out from Busy Bees will be completed by a staff member.  All activities within the club sessions will continue in smaller bubbles to help with social distancing and assist any track and trace procedures that may be necessary.


We thank you for your continued support.



Mrs A L Edgar


Thorn School Breakfast club runs Monday to Friday from 8am till 8.45am when the children will join the rest of the school.  Should you wish to enlist your child for this service you must BOOK IN ADVANCE at the club, situated at the top end of the school, entry via the door on the carpark. Mrs Knights will be available to help with this from 7.45am until 9am each day.  Alternatively online payments are now available using School Monies, to access this option you will require a password and an email link from the school office, again payments must be completed 24 hours prior to attending the club.


The children will be offered a selection of meals as listed below.


choice of cereals



fresh fruit


Alternative menus include beans, spaghetti, scrambled eggs, yogurt, pancakes, waffles, pate.


Please inform of any allergies or special dietary requirements when booking.


Whilst at the club the children will engage in lots of physical, craft and games activities over the course of the week, working with peers of their own age group thus enabling all to take an active role.