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Breakfast & After School Care

We understand family pressures of working and school drop off so we are pleased to offer before and after school care at school.

Breakfast Club starts at either 7.30am or 7.45am. Children will be taken to their classes at 8.45am. and breakfast is served until 8.30am.

After School Club runs in two sessions, both starting at 3.15pm with the first session ending at 5.00pm and the longer session until 6.00pm.  Pupils are to gather at the end of the school day in the Old Hall.  Parents can collect children from the main school office reception.  Children in both sessions will be provided with an afternoon snack before 5.00pm

Please call into the school office or email to reserve places.

Sessions are allocated on a first come first served basis and we will confirm your child’s place is reserved.

Ad-hoc sessions may be available depending on demand but are not guaranteed.

Payments are to be made via ParentPay at least a week in advance – if payment isn’t received your child will lose their pre-booked place.

Any changes to booked sessions must be made in writing/ email at least one week before the session to club@linden.gloucs.sch.uk.  Failure to do this will mean that the sessions booked are liable for full payment.

Breakfast Club     Session 1 (7.30am – 8.45am) £3.00
                          Session 2 (7.45am – 8.45am) £2.50

After School Club
Session 1 (3.15pm until 5.00pm) £7.00 two siblings £12.50
Session 2 (3.15pm until 6.00pm) £9.00 Two siblings £16.50

Breakfast & After School Club Terms & Conditions can be found here.

Breakfast and After School Club Policy.

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