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Shipham Church of England First School

Wraparound Provision


We run a breakfast club every morning from 8am and an after-school club running from 3.15pm - 5.15pm on Monday to Thursday every week. After-School clubs are a vital part of school life and offer children a variety of experiences whilst providing parents the flexibility with their own work commitments. More after-school clubs will restart at some point in the future but only when the restrictions are eased within school.


Breakfast Club

Monday - Friday (8am - 8.45am)

Cost: £3 per session

Starting September 2021


Breakfast Club is open to all children aged 3 and over attending Shipham Pre-School and Shipham First School. They are given a healthy breakfast and take part in a range of calm activities to prepare them for the school day. At 9am, a member of staff accompanies any Pre-School children to their classroom.


After-School Club

Monday - Thursday (3.15pm - 5.15pm)

Cost: £8 per session

Starting September 2021


We run an after-school club, led by Jill Spearing and based in the Library, Hall and, as much as possible, outside. It will run from 3.15pm - 5.15pm on Monday - Thursday (note not on Friday) and will cost £8 per session. It will give children the chance to relax and wind down after the school day; they will be able to have a snack, drink, play some board games and maybe watch a little bit of children's TV! 

Please let Jo Macleod or Jo Tasker in the School Office know if you would like reserve a space for your child.



Our music teacher, Mrs Susie Spanring, comes in once a week to take small groups or individuals for piano, violin or recorder lessons. The choir meets on a Thursday lunchtime and learns songs that they then perform at Church and local events.


Green Club

Year 4 children can join the School’s Green Club. They look after our chickens and grow fruit and vegetables in raised beds throughout the school grounds and in their polytunnel, as well as visiting local woods and farms. The Green Club sells some of its produce and plants at the Summer fete.