Extra-curricular Opportunities

We currently run a range of weekly clubs. These include:

Local Learning Environment

We value the chance for pupils to engage in learning beyond the school gates and actively plan and promote opportunities for learning in the local area. Local visits will include: St Hugh of Lincoln Church, OneGardenCity, Morrison's, Broadway Cinema, Letchworth Library, Letchworth town centre and gardens, local schools and the Greenway.

Breakfast Club and Drop Off Club

We have a highly successful Breakfast Club which operates from 7.45 am each morning. It has proved to be a most popular and successful service, offering our pupils a very healthy breakfast and lots of fun activities which are also linked to the teaching curriculum. The cost for each session is £4.50 (inclusive of breakfast) and the club is open to all pupils from Nursery age through to Year 6. If you would like to know more about Breakfast Club please contact the school office.

Alternatively, for those families who simply require supervision (no breakfast) for their child from 8.20 am there is the option of the Drop Off Club, which costs £2.00 per session.

Our popular Breakfast Club aims to:

We endeavour to:

Playing and Learning

We endeavour to:

The Setting and Environment


We follow the School’s Behaviour Policy. We encourage good behaviour and teach the children to make positive behaviour choices.

Partnership with Parents

We endeavour to:

Complaints Procedure

If parents have any concerns they should first discuss them with the Club Managers. If further clarification is required, they are welcome to make an appointment to speak to the Headteacher. In exceptional circumstances, should parents feel the need to make a formal complaint they are invited to put details of their concerns in writing for full investigation – we shall respond with a full outcome within 15 days. If the matter remains unresolved parents may write directly to Ofsted at Cumberland Place, Nottingham, NG1 6HJ.

Child Protection

Safeguarding is central to all that we do as a school, as children’s health and wellbeing is vital in enabling them to flourish. We comply fully with Hertfordshire Area Child Protection Procedures and Government Safeguarding Children in Education Policy. All staff have received appropriate levels of training and are aware of procedures when a concern becomes apparent. We will keep a full record of concerns and observations that may be required if a referral to Social Services is made. The best interests and the protection of the children remain priority. Procedures and practices are clearly laid out in the School’s Policy held for Child Protection All Documents relating to the organisation of the Breakfast Club will be carefully maintained and kept for recommended periods of time.