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Breakfast & After School Clubs - In2Care

In2Care, our provider for wraparound care at Windmill

In2Care are the sister company of our sports provider In2Sport and they ran our hugely successful holiday club here at Windmill over the half term. They are also able to offer families both a more competitive pricing structure and have more flexible booking slots so that pupils can attend other clubs after school first before then joining the after school club.

For more details about In2Care and to book your spaces – please use this link https://in2care.magicbooking.co.uk/Identity/Account/Login

 

What would a standard breakfast club session look like?

As a provider who recognises the increasing pressures on working parents, we operate from 7.30/7.45am Monday – Friday. Upon arrival children will have a variety of healthy and nutritious breakfast options such as cereal, toast, bagels, fruit and fruit juice. As a company we ensure all the food we serve adheres to the School Food Trust Standards and so you can be assured that children are having the best start to the day. With free play, arts and crafts and sport options available during these sessions too your children will arrive at school refreshed, happy and ready to learn! If one of our clubs operates two different session times, please arrive at the appropriate session time booked.

 

What would a standard after school club session look like?

Upon arrival at after school club the children will have access to a variety of fruit and drinks to help them refuel following a busy day! After this one of our qualified coaches will provide children with the opportunity to engage in a sports session. If this isn’t for them then we offer a continuous provision of free play resources, indoor/outdoor play and arts and crafts. Between 4.00pm-4.30pm children will be offered the opportunity for their main snack. In line with the School Food Trust Standards this may consist of items such as pittas, wraps, vegetable sticks, fruit and yogurt. Children are encouraged to be independent in making their snack, but support will of course be provided as needed. We also greatly believe in the importance of snack as a social time with children and staff sat at tables engaging in conversation. Following this we will continue to offer free play until the time comes for our full session to end at 6pm.