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Herstmonceux Church of England Primary School

Breakfast Club

We are delighted to offer breakfast club in school each morning. Children enjoy a continental style breakfast with a choice of items, this also includes a drink. From Breakfast Club, they are are taken to their classrooms ready for the start of the school day. Each session costs £3.50 (free to those with benefit related free school meals) and sessions are bookable via Arbor.


Please note: Breakfast Club starts promptly at 8:00am and as the main office isn't open at this time it is extremely important that they arrive on time.

Please ask at the school office for more information.


After School Clubs

We offer a range of after school activities which change every two terms, these include football, netball, gym, mega-explorers and multi sports. In addition, we are delighted to have Zylo Drama Club, Fame Academy Dance Club and Sama South East Karate Club. 

Our current clubs timetable is as follows:


Zylo Performance - Please visit their website to book directly:



Multi-Sports (Key Stage 1) - Please book via Arbor.


Mega Explorers - Please book via Arbor (split into alternate weeks of KS1 and KS2)


Fame Academy of Dance & Drama - Please contact Holly to book on 07568075488 or email fameeastbourne@outlook.com 


Key Stage 2 Gym Club - Please book via Arbor.

Sama Southeast Karate Club 4:30pm - 5:30pm - to register please visit their website: www.samasoutheast.co.uk

If you have any queries, please contact the school office. 



Music lessons

There are a number of music lessons during school time which are run by Red Butler Music School – please see their website for more information on the instruments available, payment and booking.


Leaders provide a range of interesting and relevant activities beyond the curriculum.
Pupils engage well in outdoor learning to develop their ability to work collaboratively
and solve problems. They learn to play musical instruments and engage in a range of
sporting and creative activities. Pupils relish these opportunities and describe their
learning with enthusiasm. - Ofsted 2022