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Breakfast Club


At Bildeston Primary School, we offer a Breakfast Club which runs daily from 8am to 8.40am, which includes a healthy breakfast.


Sessions are £3.50 each and payment must be made each Half Term in advance. There will also be a one-off registration fee of £5.


Please see the attached letters and forms below.

Club Information Spring Term 2022



To sign up to Maestro Sport Clubs, please contact Liam on 07568 506000 or by email:


Drama Club details will have been sent direct to you if your child already takes part in the club.

If any new pupils want to join, please contact Sarah on 07964 910104 or by email:


Our Teacher Led Club is open to KS1 pupils only on Thursdays each week. We will automatically give spaces to all KS1 children who attended last term unless you inform us otherwise via Class Dojo.

However, after subsidising the club for one whole term, we are now asking for a small amount per week for the club of £2. Therefore, the total for the spring term would be £26 payable using the link below and choosing trips and referencing with “Surname TL Club”.


Any child wishing to join the club are asked to contact Mrs Coll via Class Dojo to be added to the register and after confirmation of place, use the link above to make payment.

COVID Information


Schools are able to work with external coaches, clubs and organisations for curricular activities where they are satisfied that it is safe to do so. However, in line with our regularly updated Covid Risk assessments and through careful consideration on how such arrangements can operate within our wider protective measures, we have made the decision across our federation not to run after school clubs at the moment.


Our pupils are taught in ‘bubbles’ in line with government guidance and running clubs would mean that bubbles would mix and this is not in line with our risk assessments. 


We run PE activities and make break times and lessons active and encourage active travel to school to help to enable our pupils to be physically active while encouraging physical distancing. 


We understand that it is important that children continue to remain fit and active and so we continue with a minimum of two hourly slots of physical activity each week. Pupils remain in their consistent bubbles and sports equipment is thoroughly cleaned or quarantined between each use by different groups. 


Outdoor sports are prioritised where possible, and large indoor spaces used where it is not, maximising natural ventilation flows. Distancing between pupils and paying scrupulous attention to cleaning and hygiene are part of our usual practice.


We thank you for your continued support and patience in these testing times.