Geoffrey Field Infant School

Geoffrey Field Infant School

Funtastic Kids

Funtastic Kids After School Club at Geoffrey Field Junior School will open in April 2024!

The club will run Monday to Thursday from a classroom and we will also have access to the school playgrounds/outdoor space.

Families can book in for a short session (3.00-4.30pm) which includes a healthy snack or a longer session (3.00-5.45pm) which includes a healthy snack and light afternoon tea. 

The club will be open to all children who attend Geoffrey Field Infant School & Geoffrey Field Junior School. 

For further details please visit: Funtastic Kids

Premier After School Club

After School Club is provided by Premier Education. Children are collected directly from class by Premier Staff. 

Children need to bring suitable clothing for the activity scheduled that day and also clothes suitable for the weather, as they spend the majority of the time outside for each activity.

For children attending After School Club the pick up time is 4.30pm from the green side door (turn right along the path just before the main office door).

The Premier After School Clubs will only run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

The cost of the Premier After School Club:

£55.00 for a complete term (per activity/assigned day)

Please note that registration is now for a complete term for each set day required.

This term, children attending will enjoy multi-sports activities; this course teaches the basic movement skills and techniques needed to enjoy these great, varied sports. The coaches will also help children to understand the games themselves, explaining the rules, structure and scoring system in a clear and easy to understand way.

Bookings have to made via the Premier Education website, following the link below.

Premier Education

Please be aware of the following before booking your child into the Premier After School Club.
The children are given into the care of Premier at the end of the school day, at this point the Premier staff assume full responsibility for the children. Parents should discuss any issues directly with Premier.