We have a variety of extended schools activities.
We have Magic Breakfast from 8.00am and a Breakfast Club starting at 7.30am for working or studying parents.
After school, we have a variety of school based and Premier Sports activities from 3.30pm – 4.30pm. We offer some places free using Pupil Premium or Sports Grant.
For wraparound clubs, we have 3 sessions up to 6.00pm to accommodate pupils or siblings attending our other any school clubs.
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Magic Engagement Partner
St Luke’s School has a very successful and well attended breakfast club. Feedback from parents and children has been positive.
We’re delighted to partner with Magic Breakfast to provide free breakfast club for all our children. Magic Breakfast are a charity with a simple aim: ‘no child too hungry to learn’. They work in over 750 schools across England and Scotland. Research has shown that children who have a healthy breakfast achieve more at school – make sure your child doesn’t miss out! A range of cereals, porridges, baked beans, and bagels will be on offer to all children at the start of the day in Breakfast Club.
Magic Breakfast is open from 8.00am and children go to their classes from Magic Breakfast. Please try and bring the children to school no later than 8.20am for their breakfast otherwise children are having to eat their breakfast very quickly! If you miss the breakfast session, not to worry, you can collect a bagel at the gate on your way to class.
To support working or studying parents and carers, we open at 7.30am for their children to attend the Breakfast Club.
Bookings must be made through Arbor.
Please speak to Mrs Bryan-Whyte if you have questions on the Breakfast Club.
Hosted by Premier Sports, and in consultation with parents and carers, there are three sessions.
Session 1 – 3.30pm – 6.00pm
Pupils are collected from their classrooms. Learners participate in activities in the hall and our large outdoor spaces.
Session 2 – 3.30pm – 4.30pm
To fit in with sibling(s) at after school activities or pupils who do not require a 6pm collection, saving parents money.
Session 3 – 4.30pm – 6.00pm
To allow pupils to attend the school’s extended activities, as listed below.
Discount is offered to siblings. Bookings can be made on the same day, no fixed periods required, at no extra cost. Bookings must be made through Arbor.
3.30pm – 4.30pm (school based – includes activities such as Cooking, Reading, Debate and Journalism)
3.30pm – 4.30pm (sport based activities with Premier Sports)
As well offering paid activities, we will be continue to use some of our Pupil Premium funding to provide free clubs to pupils entitled to pupil premium. Each Pupil Premium pupil will receive at least one funded club throughout the academic year.
We will also use Primary Sports Grant and/or Pupil Premium funding to offer the following opportunities:
- Booster clubs (English and mathematics) either both school, lunch times or after schools. These clubs are via invitation and usually class based.
- A funded sports ‘Wellbeing’ Club for selected pupils with special needs or pupils who could benefit from this club.An all year funded football club for selected pupils in Years 4 – 6 on Fridays and Saturday football club. This opportunity is for pupils to be selected for the St Luke’s Football Team in the Lambeth and Southwark Primary School Saturday Football League.
- Funded football club for selected pupils in Year 2 & 3 on Tuesdays. This is an opportunity for pupils in Year 2 & 3 to train ready for their participation in the football team when they are older.
Clubs previously taken place in 2022-2023
- Steel Pans
- Wellbeing (selected pupils)
Premier Sports run a holiday club during the summer holiday days.
9am – 12.00pm or 12.15pm
9am – 3.15pm or 4.15pm
The next holiday club will be February half term and it is envisaged that it will be held for longer hours.
We are hoping to offer clubs at each holiday, as well as inset and polling days etc.