Chill Zone After School Club and Breakfast Club
Chill Zone is managed by Miss Michelle Moores and supported by Mrs Nightingale and Mrs Wootton.
Breakfast Club and Chill Zone will begin on Monday 7th September. Due to COVID-19 restrictions all children must be pre-booked. No ad hoc bookings can be accepted at this time. Children will form a consistent bubble for each session linked to their classes e.g. Upper School (Class 2 & 3) or Lower School (EYFS & Class 1)
We run a a very popular After School Club from: 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm Monday to Friday.
We also run a breakfast club from 8.00 am. Pre booking is essential as places are limited.
Chill Zone Ethos
Children of all ages take part in a wide range of activities each morning and evening. Our aim is that Chill Zone continues to be a safe and stimulating environment in which the children can build confidence, develop friendships, learn new skills and have fun!
We are mindful that by 3.30pm the children have already had a busy learning day, within the structured school environment. Therefore, we find it important to provide a broad spectrum of planned activities, along with free play, both indoors and out.
Chill Zone caters for a wide age group and its attendance can be as variable as our weather, so by having various activities prepared in advance, we can choose the most appropriate time to complete them, or tailor them as required. For example, although the children love cooking, it is less attractive than (the rare) beautiful summer afternoon, having a picnic in the park!
Please find a booking form and contact information below, as well as regular updates on our planned activities.
Contact the school for more information on 01625 861384 or email email@example.com
Please download the Chill Zone Policy, Booking information and Terms and Conditions below.
A range of activities
The World's Best Pizza! The children enjoyed making their own pizzas - but everyone agreed that eating them was the best bit! Working in small groups the children each made a third of a pizza to their liking. Key skills developed included team work, taking turns, communication, food hygiene and ingredient awareness. We also discussed use of the oven and appropriate safety guidance. All of the children worked brilliantly together, with the older ones often offering help to the little ones without prompting.
Arts & Crafts: A firm favourite with many of the children, and a great way to develop following instructions, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. We can also discuss colour and texture as well as taking the opportunity to introduce a multitude of subjects. Through colouring, crafts and model building we can begin to learn about everything from arithmetic to zoology!
Chill out at Chill Zone: After a long school day sometimes the children simply want to chill out. Be it reading, listening to music or an audiobook or playing Top Trumps, board games and Chess. Whilst we will always 'check-in' with each child to ensure they are happy, we also respect their space when they need it - even children need quiet time (VERY) occasionally!