Banks St Stephens C of E Primary School

Out of School Club

St Stephen's Out of School Club is a Breakfast and After School Club for the pupils of St Stephen's School. It is held in our lovely school hall and outdoor areas with staff well known to children. The club is carefully planned for and adapted to ensure every child is happy, secure and has lots of fun! Take a look at the pictures below of some of our Out of School Club activties:






There are 4 members of staff. They are all fully qualified and hold enhanced DBS's, First Aid and Child Protection Certificates.

Out of School Club is run under the Governing Body. We are also a non profit making organisation.

Invoices are sent out at the beginning of the month with payment due within the week. A reminder will be sent out at the beginning of the second week. Failure to pay the invoice by the end of the second week will incur a £10 late payment penalty which will appear on the following months invoice. 

Breakfast Club opens at 7.45am. Breakfast is made in the School Community Room and eaten in the School Hall.  After Breakfast we play until the school bell at 8.50am when the children are accompanied outside to line up.

After School Club runs from 3.15pm - 5.45pm. The children are collected from their classrooms by Club Staff. A healthy snack and drink is provided for the children. Any child collected after 5.45pm will incur a £5 penalty for each additional 5 minutes.

The current cost of Sticky Fingers sessions is as follows:

Breakfast Club         £4.50                   Less than 24 hours notice            £6.50

After School club     £7.00                    Less than 24 hours notice            £9.00

All payments to be made via ParentPay. For more information please contact the school office on 01704 225332

Please note: Cancellations will be charged at the full price unless a months notice is given.



Some of the girls at Afterschool Club learnt how to finger knit. As you can see they were rather good at it!!



We searched for mini-beasts in the school garden area and found these worms. We had a good look at them and then returned them onto the soil and then washed our dirty hands.


 The children are able to access the school garden area, infant playground and the junior playground daily, with an adult supervising outdoors each night.