Does your school have a breakfast club? Is there a demand for a before school club to help working parents? Would you like to run a unique early morning club at your school? Would you like to finish work by 9am? Do you have a passion for keeping kids active, healthy and creative?

Running a ‘Wake Up Club’ is an ideal work opportunity for a parent or parents with children at school, your child attends for free and you have the rest of the day ahead to fill with the many things we need to do!
Full training, work shadowing, certificates, start up equipment, web page, web training and manuals are included in a variety of flexible business packages starting from only £1000.
Dazzle has been running the successful early morning ‘Wake Up Club’ at Minchinhampton Academy  Primary School for over two years. The club started as one morning and is now running Monday-Thursday.
It is not a typical school breakfast club.
The children are welcome from 7.45am and a simple healthy breakfast is ready with activities set up in the hall and a colouring and craft table. Once the majority of the group has arrived we can start the principal activity which varies from street dance, plate spinning, football skills, french skipping, tennis, gymnastics, craft activities, board games, yoga, basketball or indoor cricket. At 8.30 the children re-group for circle time and we might sing an action song to re-focus before starting their school day.The session often closes with the ‘Check Me Out’ section when the children are invited to demonstrate skills they have been practising and enjoy before joining their classes. The Minchinhampton  group have also written their own Wake Up Club song, designed the Wake Up Club logo, created Wake Up Club game cards and new Croga cards…Crazy Yoga! Most importantly, a Wake Up Club morning must be fun.
A Dazzle ‘Wake Up Club’ aims to develop new skills, fitness, co-ordination, confidence and be ready for a day at school.
For a chat about this opportunity contact Sarah on or 07979848280

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