Pontefract Road, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 4JB, admin@sjc.bkcat.co.uk

Tel: 01977 555780

Wrap around Provision

 St Joseph's Catholic Primary offers both a before and afterschool care provision.   

If you wish for your child to attend either club, please ensure a booking form is completed and handed into the school office by Wednesday, in order for your child to have a place for the following week.

Breakfast Club

St Joseph's breakfast club aims to:

  • provide a welcoming, safe, secure environment for pupils before the beginning of the school day.
  • enable pupils to eat breakfast before the start of the school day in a pleasant, relaxed environment.
  • provide a calm, play environment for our pupils.

 

Food and Activities

Children will be offered a range of cereals, bagels, crumpets, teacakes, toast and fresh juice or water for breakfast. Following breakfast a number of activities will be on offer for the children to participate in.

 

Our breakfast starts at: 8am and children are taken to their classes at 8:55am.  Breakfast is served until 8:30am.

 

The Breakfast Club daily fee is £2.00.

We are proud to be a National School Breakfast Programme school.

We are happy to offer a healthy breakfast to all our children and we would welcome your child to join us for a great start to the day.

 

 

Afterschool Club

 

Places at the After School Club must be pre-booked and pre-paid.  

 

Our afterschool club starts at 3:25pm (KS!) / 3:30pm (KS2) and finishes at 5:45pm.

 

 Afterschool Club daily fee is £6.50.

 

We offer a wide range of foods, in which Food will be served from 3.45 pm – 4.15 pm.  A choice of food will be available, typically on a four week rota. Food is a light snack, which is not intended to replace the child’s evening meal. Menus are be displayed on the parental notice board.

(N.B. These menus are only meant as guidance and are subject to change without advanced notification).

 

We offer a range of activities  for the children to engage in once they have finished eating.  The activities are typically planned around a theme, which the children create.

 

 

Outdoor play is part of the daily structure (weather permitting) therefore appropriate clothing is required eg coat during winter months.