At Sherborne House, we aim to provide a wide range of opportunities for our pupils, enabling the unique and natural talents of every child to be recognised and encouraged. Our wraparound care combines this with supporting busy parents. We are open from 7:30am to 6pm every day during term time and operate an Early Morning Breakfast Club as well as an extensive After-School “Lakewood” Club.
Before School - Early Morning Club
Early Morning Club runs for an hour before school starts and allows a safe, fun place for pupils to be dropped off before school starts. Breakfast is provided between 7:30am and 8:15am, allowing children a choice of cereal or toast. There is always a variety of activities available, rotated depending on the seasons and current interests. Early Morning Club should be booked through the Lakewood email below, and costs £3.00 for the hour. Early Morning Club runs every morning that the school is open to students.
After School - Lakewood Club
Lakewood after school care is provided for all year groups from Pre-Reception to Year 6 from 4.00pm until 6.00pm every school day, apart from the last day of term, and costs £2.75 per 30 minutes*. A snack and drink are offered to all children when they arrive at Lakewood. A quiet homework area is also provided from 4.00pm until 5.00pm for the children in Years 3 to Years 6. Themed craft activities are provided for all children in all year groups. Use is also made of the play equipment on the playground, weather permitting. We also have an extensive range of after school extra-curricular activities.
Booking and Contacting
We accept regular weekly bookings but also cater for occasional and last-minute sessions as required. Lakewood can be booked by completing a form on the iPad kiosk in the School Office in The Wattles building, or by emailing Lakewood direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakewood and Breakfast Clubs can be contacted between 7:30am-8:15am and 4:00pm-6:00pm on their direct line 023 8024 0962. The phone is not answered at any other times.
Key worker children in school testing various substances with cabbage water indicator to see if it changed colour to indicate that they were acids or alkalis.
Reception children have worked really hard learning the French words for some insects during their online French lessons. Some even went on a treasure hunt to find some of those insects outside, and called them out in French. Well done Reception!