Before & After School Club
Would you like to have breakfast with your friends? Come and join us around the table and meet new friends!
Breakfast club is held every morning from 7:30 until 8:45, in the Hall. It costs just £3.00 a day!
There is a variety of cereals to choose from, fresh apple or orange juice and as much hot, buttered toast as you like! Miss Hall has some fun activities to keep you busy like...Lego, stacks of IQ games, wordsearches and the computers are available on certain days.
Who is Miss Hall?
Miss Hall is a Year 5 teaching assistant, lunchtime supervisor and first aider. She also has her certificate of food hygiene.
After School Clubs
Herne Junior School - Year 3 (and siblings)
We are pleased to offer our new Year 3 pupils, and their siblings, after school provision here at Herne (limited spaces available), which is run by a member of our core team. The session runs everyday from 3:30pm - 6:00pm and costs £10 or 3:30pm - 5:00pm and costs £6 (snacks are provided).
We plan to provide this service for the whole school in the near future.
If you require further information, please contact the school office in the first instance.
In Between Club - Petersfield
The Petersfield Inbetween Club is an independently run facility based at the Avenue Pavilion, Petersfield.
The club is run by a team of qualified Playwork and Childcare staff supported by volunteers. All staff and volunteers are CRB checked and all staff wear a uniform. At least two members of staff hold a level 3 Playwork qualification and a qualified First Aider is on duty each day.
The Petersfield Inbetween Club offers a quality play and childcare service, Monday – Friday term time only, for children aged 4-11 years. Opening times 3pm – 6pm.
A walking bus service is in operation to collect children from Petersfield Infant School at 3.10pm and Herne Junior School at 3.30pm. The staff walk the children back to the club at the Avenue Pavilion. Fluorescent tabards/jackets are worn by children and staff on all walks. Parents of children from other local schools have to make their own arrangements to get their child to the club.