Before and after school club
Meet our BASC leaders!
Mrs Deb Morrish is one of our amazing TA’s and one half of our BASC teachers! Mrs Morrish has been happily married to her husband, Nick, forever! She has two grown up children; a son, Keelan, and a daughter, Amber, that are her everything. She is a Nanma to an extremely precious granddaughter, Figgy, and a soon to be baby grandson. Her hobbies are mainly arts and craft based followed by drinking lots of earl grey tea and munching dried mango! Her favourite teacher when she was at St Peter’s school (many moons ago!) was a teacher called Mr Rogers. He was as mad as they come, always thinking outside the box, making learning fun and exciting. Mrs Morrish adores working in school and has done for many years. She jumped at the chance to support BASC as by doing so, she could provide a caring, loving, homely environment allowing carers the opportunity to work, rest or play while she plays and supervises their little people! She loves spending time with the children, listening to them read, helping them with activities and just generally having fun. She says it is such a joy to see each child coming through the school growing into their potential. If Mrs Morrish could have one wish for education…it would be that we would have enough money to provide a five star learning and developing curiosity for each and every child in a magical way!
Mrs Helen Richards is one of our HLTA’s and she also runs our BASC with Mrs Morrish. Her favourite teacher at primary school was Mr Mears. He was her year six teacher who was very funny and liked to crack jokes! He was also good at teaching maths. Mrs Richards’ favourite activities at BASC are anything to do with arts and crafts. She also likes to see the children enjoying themselves, playing together and generally having fun. In her spare time, she loves to make things either by knitting or crocheting. It gives her an excuse to sit down! If she had one wish for education, it would be to ensure better funding for schools to hae adequate resources to develop children’s learning. She would also love more art resources as well to develop children’s creativity!
Key information at a glance
The breakfast club operates from 7.30am – 8.45am during term time.
The Nursery after school club operates from 2:50pm – 3:20pm during term time.
- If you have an older child in school who needs to be collected at 3:30pm, we would like to politely ask that you collect your younger child from Nursery ASC at 3:20 first.
The after school club has two options:
- Stay and Play (3.30pm – 4.30pm) and costs £5 (term time only)
- Stay, Play and Tea (3.30pm – 6.00pm) and costs £12 (term time only)
The club leaders are Mrs Debbie Morrish and Mrs Helen Richards.
- the school office on 01395 443167 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Current cost schedule
- £6 per child for breakfast club.
- £2 per child for Nursery after school
- £5 (stay and play) or £12 (stay, play and tea) per child for after school club.
Please note, these costs can change at any time. The latest information will always be displayed here.
Book and pay online at www.schoolgateway.com
Click on ‘New User’. You’ll receive a text message with a PIN number. Use this PIN to log in to School Gateway.
There will be a minimum transaction amount of £10 when booking sessions online. There will be a facility to top up your account balance with credit to use for the school club at a later date if you wish.
Trouble logging in? It may be because the school doesn’t have your current email and mobile phone number on record. Please contact the school and we’ll update the details on our system.
Alternatively, visit the school office to book and pay in cash or cheque.