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Breakfast, After School, Holiday & Enrichment Clubs

Future Stars Coaching


The award winning Future Stars Coaching provide a Breakfast Club and Wrap Around Care Club at Hillcrest every weekday during term time and Holiday Clubs through the school holidays.


Click HERE to book Breakfast & Wrap Around places.



Breakfast Club

7.30am until the start of the school day, in the small hall.

Our Breakfast Club offers your child a healthy, fun and active start to the day. Children will be greeted by the wide-awake coaches. After signing in, the children will find their friends at a table and join in with some quiet games. They’ll put their food order in (toast, cereals, jams, spreads, fruit, juice and more) and collect it when it’s ready. After eating and letting their food settle, they’ll either re-join their friends for some structured play, or we will be outside for some proper waking-up and pulse raising activity! We’ll then make sure they’re with their class teacher for the start of the day!



Wrap Around Care 

3.15 - 5.30, in the small hall.

Our Wrap Around Care is a childcare facility that offers children a wide range of fun engaging activities. The club is a safe, friendly and secured environment coached by trained coaches meeting all Ofsted, safeguarding and first aid requirements.


Each day will have all the traditional elements of our wrap around care - pulse raising exercise, quiet places to read, outdoor activities, board games to play, craft to create and tasty snacks to eat. Additional to this each day will have an exciting focus activity - our coaches are busy working on this over the holidays so keep your eyes peeled for this announcement!


Depending on their age/year group, your children will either walk down to the club or will be brought down by by their teacher. Once we’ve registered the children, they will be given the option to take part in an active session (sport outside, gymnastics in the hall, playing on the field, etc) or a quieter session inside the hall (board games, painting, craft, puzzles, etc). We’ll stop for a healthy snack and a bit of quiet time. Then it’s back to activities. Children will have freedom to try something active or something quiet - whether they’re feeling particularly energetic or tired from a long day, we can adjust things for them.


Early Years Key Worker

Within the team we have an Early Years Key Worker who is responsible for ensuring the safety, welfare and engagement of all of our reception children. If you wish to speak with the Key Worker regarding your child, please do speak with the Lead Coach who can advise you of who your child’s Key Worker is.






Future Stars Holiday Clubs



Click HERE to book Holiday Club places.



We accept all childcare vouchers and HMRC tax-free childcare  

"What's not to love about our holiday clubs? The children arrive to a buzz of activity and friendly faces. Each venue has a constant teacher/coach so that children feel safe and comfortable. There are themed activities throughout the day with plenty of opportunity to make new friends and catch up with old ones! All of our venues are registered with Ofsted - meaning parents can pay with child care vouchers too!"



Enrichment clubs at Hillcrest


We have a range of fun activities, run by external providers after school on school premises. These are booked termly, and advertised in the eMailbag on the Friday before the end of each term. 


See the flyers below for details and contact the providers directly to book places: 


Yanna - Wellbeing


Matt - Fast Forward Sports


Megane - Dance Club


Christine - Let's Pretend (There is a waiting list for the Let's Pretend drama club at Hillcrest but Christine does have spaces at Redcatch Community Centre (please note the venue is NOT the Community Garden).



Jimmy - Guitar Club


Kate - Kate's Art Club
















Activities and childcare outside school



TCCW was established in 1979 by local parents to serve the children at Knowle Infant and Knowle Junior Schools (amalgamated into Hillcrest Primary School in 2000). It is still run today as a not for profit charity overseen by a voluntary management committee.


TCCW is a much valued and loved part of the community and being run by parents for parents enables us to offer a unique childcare experience.


Children are collected from Hillcrest at the end of the school day.


At TCCW we offer children a range of structured and free play opportunities. Children have access to toys, games, crafts, books, dens, dressing up. We also take children on trips to the local park and further afield during holiday club.


Visit the website for information about our after school and holiday clubs:



The Outdoors Project runs after-school and holiday clubs, picking the children up from Hillcrest at the end of the school day.




Watching children’s confidence grow and new friendships form at our clubs is one of the most rewarding parts of what we do. 


With a non-competitive environment, children feel more relaxed and can challenge themselves to try new things in a fun environment, unlike sports specific clubs, as every person has something they excel at in nature.


Some of our most popular activities take pop culture icons, such as Harry Potter, Pokemon or Star Wars and build an imaginative day of activities around these stories and characters.  Our tech meets nature sessions, such as Minecraft or Among Us, bring to life elements of the games that many children love. The meeting of these two worlds often encourages somewhat shy or reluctant children to come for the very first time, only to find that they return again and again to enjoy Bushcraft, Campfire Cooking, nature games and so much more.


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We look forward to seeing you in a playground or field soon!