Extra-Curricular, Trips & Activities

The aim of Breakfast Club and Stay and Play is to provide parents and carers with a reliable and consistent service in a happy, secure and stimulating environment for their children.

The service is run by a small team of qualified and experienced staff, who are employed by the Trust. They work together to ensure that the expectations of parents and carers are exceeded. The children are introduced to a variety of educational and play-based activities, which are planned to stimulate and encourage development, as well as to teach them to co-operate with each other at work and play.

The cost of Breakfast Club is £5 per day for each child. The cost of Stay and Play is £6.00 per session for each child. Session 1: 3.30-4.40 and Session 2: 4.30-6.00. In order to book your child in to wrap around care and pay securely, please use Parentmail.


At Park Academy we challenge and strive to empower all pupils to achieve and surpass their potential: academically, socially, physically and emotionally through our dynamic, broad and engaging curriculum, as well as the extra-curricular, carefully planned trips and visitors, and range of enticing clubs. We ensure that each pupil can flourish, fulfil their full potential, harness their talent, and appreciate their unique character and voice so that they can make a positive, meaningful contribution to society. The enrichment offer at Park Academy of the extra-curricular clubs, trips and visitors promotes a culture of lifelong learning, in which pupils are able to develop their strengths, talents and further grow in confidence to become World Citizens of tomorrow. 

Therefore, we carefully plan out additional opportunities that consolidate or develop further learning, and harness pupils' curiosity and excitement about a unit. Although these opportunities change slightly based on adaptations made to the provision each year, you will find experiences that have recently, or are currently, taking place at Park Academy below:


Enrichment Opportunities Document