Alfred Street Junior
Junior School

Telephone: 01933 353762

cerealAndMilkEarly Morning Club

We run an Early Morning Club in school every weekday morning.

Early Morning Club runs from 8:30am to 8:45am.  This club is available for parents who have younger siblings at Tennyson Road Infant School, to enable them to bring their child to school, where they will be safely looked after, before the start of the school day, therefore, ensuring that neither child is late to school.  There is no charge for parents who have younger siblings at Tennyson Road (we will require the name of the younger sibling to be able to check the information); however, if you do not have a child at Tennyson Road, there will be a charge of £1.00 per child per morning. 

Places are limited, therefore, bookings will need to be made on our on-line booking system, PARENTPAY, with payment made via the on-line booking system on a weekly/monthly basis.  If no payment is received for your child/children, then the school reserves the right to withdraw the place(s).

If you would like your child/children to attend, a permission slip will need to be signed. Attendance will be required to be notified for the half term, so that the school is aware of which children will be attending each morning. The permission slip may be obtained from the School Office. 

If you have any questions or queries concerning this, please contact the School Office.

Terms & Conditions


We run a healthy tuck shop which takes place every day during morning break times.  It is popular with both the children and also the staff.  Our year 6 monitors prepare and sell our produce.  We sell a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables as well as dried fruit and rice cakes.  Our prices range from 5p to 20p an item.  If you would like your child to purchase something from our healthy tuck shop, please send them in with a small amount of money.  We look forward to serving more children with healthy snacks.    

Healthy Eating Snack Options

                 Healthy Eating Options          

To comply with the Government's Healthy Eating in Schools standards, children are required to bring into school for their snack a healthy option such as fruit, vegetables or other healthy items such as raisins or other dried fruits. We are a nut free school and therefore do not wish to have any products in school that contain nut products, however, some products may say contain traces of nut products or produced in a factory where nut produces are produced. These latter two items are permissible in school. Please see attached information on what is considered a healthy eating snack for children.

 School schoollunchLunches

Children can bring a packed lunch to eat in school at lunchtime or they can have a pre-ordered hot meal from our supplie, Love Food.  Please be aware that we are a "nut free" school: this includes nut products such as Peanut Butter, "Nutella" and snack bars containing nuts.  This is to protect children in school with allergies. 

Each year group eats their lunch in the hall under supervision.

We are delighted to be able to offer your child a nutritious and balanced hot school meal provided by Love Food. Hot meals must be ordered in advance via Love Food website

If you receive Income Support your child is entitled to a free school meal.

Free School Meals Application