After School

School Clubs

  • After School Club

    Kings Monkton After School Club runs from 15.25 to 18.00 every week day during term time. Enquiries for your child to be part of the After School Club can be made at the Main Office or by submitting an email here.

    The club runs for children aged 3-11 and we have two separate clubs which run during this time.

    Pre-School – ages 3-5

    This club is run in our Preschool area by Ms Siwan Bennet

    Primary Club – ages 6-11

    This club is run in our primary ICT suite by Mr Matt Forey

    Kings Monkton School offers After School Club only to those children who are registered as pupils of the school.   All parents/ guardians are required to sign their agreement to the school’s terms and conditions when a child joins the school.  These terms and conditions still apply in their entirety to the After School Club provision.

    The purpose of this contract is to clarify expectations on specific additional matters which are to do solely with the After School Club provision.  Parents are required to sign their agreement to this contract before a child is admitted to After School Club provision.

    Food

    Children who attend after school club are given a light tea and refreshments. These are usually a range of sandwiches. Please can you make sure that any dietary requirements of your child are made clear to the staff.

    Fees

    The cost of After School Club is £2.25 per half hour (or part)

    Activities

    The children engage in a range of age appropriate activities during after school club, including literacy and numeracy tasks. Parents can arrange for the pupils to complete their homework during this time by informing a member of staff, who will supervise and support their child’s learning. The types of activities include; reading; drawing; computer games; board games; outdoor activities (weather permitting).

    After School Activities

    Kings Monkton School has a range of after school clubs that pupils can still take part in if they are attending the After School Club.

    We have a number of clubs that run after school, and membership of these clubs can incur an additional cost.

    These clubs include:

    • Ballet
    • Music Ensemble
    • Football
    • Musical Tuition
    • Primary Football
    • Self Defence
    • Secondary Power League
    • Wonderland Musical Theatre
    • Homework Club
    • Karate

    If you child has signed up for these please notify the Person in Charge (PiC) and they will arrange for your son/daughter to be taken and collected from the activity.

  • Holiday Club

    Kings Monkton Holiday Club runs from 08.00 to 18.00 every week day during holiday time, and is only closed for one week of the Christmas holidays. Enquiries for your child to be part of the Holiday Club can be made at the Main Office or by submitting an email here.

    The club runs for children aged 3-7 and the club is run in our Preschool area by Ms Siwan Bennet

    Kings Monkton School offers Holiday Club only to any children and you don’t have to be a registered pupil at Kings Monkton School to attend.

    All parents/ guardians are required to sign the Terms and Conditions for this provision. The purpose of this contract is to clarify expectations on specific additional matters which are to do solely with the Holiday provision.

    Food

    Children who attend holiday club will receive a freshly prepared lunch and refreshments. These vary from day to day and with the weather but parents will be given a menu for the week so that they are aware of what the children are having. Please can you make sure that any dietary requirements of your child are made clear to the staff.

    Fees

    The cost of Holiday Club is £155 per week. We do not permit part payments of weeks

    Activities

    The children engage in a range of age appropriate activities during Holiday Club, including literacy and numeracy tasks. Parents can arrange for the pupils to complete their homework during this time by informing a member of staff, who will supervise and support their child’s learning. The types of activities include; reading; drawing; computer games; board games; outdoor activities (weather permitting); trips to places of interest including the museum, farm, cinema etc.