Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club operates every day that the school is open for Carew Academy pupils (i.e. term time only).

The aims of Breakfast Club are:

  • To ensure no child will start a school day hungry and without food.
  • To improve attendance, concentration and learning in the classroom.
  • To enable children to socialise, listen and talk in a relaxed atmosphere.

Pupils should enter via the main door no earlier than 8.15 am. Breakfast club is operated entirely by Carew Academy staff.  They ensure that all of our Policies are adhered to and that safety standards are exemplary. Their efforts guarantee that children eat a good breakfast and are welcomed into the school early in the morning, providing a comfortable and enjoyable experience before school starts. The students are encouraged to develop their independence skills by helping to prepare their breakfast. We also have a variety of games and activities to encourage social interaction before going out to the playground. This gives them the opportunity to engage together in a calming environment as part of their preparation for the day ahead.

Breakfast

Students can have a free breakfast of toast (with a range of spreads: marmite, honey, jam or marmalade), or cereal, or fruit; along with a cup of tea, or orange/apple juice.

Extras:

  • Croissants 20p
  • Hot Chocolate 20p
  • Bacon Rolls (on a Friday ONLY) £1.00

 

Carew is an amazing school for our son, he now shines academically and his social skills are outstanding since being part of Carew.  Most of all they understand his needs and support him daily.

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