Nursery open 8am to 6pm

Multi activity sports

Gain new skills

Outdoor learning

We have a number of options for enrichment and school clubs for your children before and after school as well as holiday time.

School Enrichment Clubs: Choir, Invasion Games / Multi Skills with Kinetic and Football with TUCST

Breakfast and After School Club for Years 1 to 6 – Breakfast Club opens at 7.45am and After School Club runs from 3pm to 6pm (further information below)



Forest School

Working outdoors is important to us here at Warberry and the introduction of our new Forest School provision has really enhanced the opportunities we

can offer our children. Thanks to our fantastic Trust estates team, who worked tirelessly to enclose an area of our field and built a picket fence around a section for us, the provision is now up and running and an integral part of the curriculum. Warberry’s Forest School site is still developing and will have a fire pit and fixed canopy in the near future. EYFS were the first group to experience this outdoor learning and have loved exploring the space, discovering the flora and fauna, and getting wet and muddy!

Forest School is an ethos. It gives children the opportunity to re- connect with the world around us in its natural state. It gives them the space and freedom away from time pressures, technology and everyday life stresses to reflect in their most basic forms and we are so pleased to be able to provide this for our children. We are also extremely grateful to one of our parents who kindly offered to supply some tree stumps for the children to sit on, adding to the rural aspect of the area.

Warberry has been fortunate to be able to offer an afterschool Forest School group to years 4 to 6 last term and we hope to do so again soon. So far, these children have learnt how to tell the age and height of a tree, made seasonal table decorations and enjoyed the freedom of being outside.   .


Breakfast Club: 7.45am – 8.30 am including breakfast £3.50 per child

After School Club: 3.00 – 6.00 pm £9 per child.

20% reduction will be given for siblings attending the same session. 

Please book and pay for the session at least one day in advance through My Child at School app. Login details sent on registration with the academy.

Before your child can attend our Breakfast and After School Club, please read and sign an After School & Breakfast Club terms and conditions. Paper copies are available in the academy office.

Terms and Conditions

After School Sports Clubs with TUCST and Spires

We are thrilled to be able to continue our commitment to offer a range of after school clubs this term. We are committed to providing a rich and exciting curriculum and we believe that our clubs will provide your child with a wide range of enrichment opportunities. Please ensure your child brings their named PE kit in a bag on their club day ready to change into at the end of the school day.

We have teamed up with Torquay United Community Sports Trust who will offer three clubs a week. The Trust runs a number of after-school clubs across South Devon, providing children with an added opportunity to engage in physical activity. Throughout the Summer term, they will be continuing the football clubs for children in Years 3 & 4 and Years 5 & 6 and also delivering a Multi-skills club for invited children from Years 3 & 4. This will give the young people the opportunity to have fun whilst learning and improving. They have a thorough knowledge of the curriculum requirements in PE and work in partnership with schools to ensure that they deliver lessons that are imaginative, informative and enjoyable.

On Fridays, the team from Kinetic Sports will deliver the incredibly popular Multi-skills club which includes a range of activities for children in Years 1 & 2. Kinetic Sports Group specialise in delivering a wide array of traditional and alternative sports and find that the offering of alternative sports, as well as traditional sports, allows children of all abilities to discover, succeed and more importantly enjoy.

Please note the staff from TUCST and Kinetic currently deliver PE lessons in school and strictly follow theirs and the Academy’s risk assessments to ensure that all clubs are both enjoyable and safe.

If any spaces are available, you can reserve them via the Clubs tab on the MCAS app.

Holiday Courses

Premier Education Courses bookable through this link:

Our Summer camps are led by fully qualified Activity Professionals, who work alongside each school and venue to ensure that children are staying safe, having fun, and keeping active. At each camp, we maintain a coach-to-child ratio of 1:16, allowing us to ensure the best childcare possible and look after all children with the care and attention they deserve.

Chance to develop key life skills

  • We know how important it is to parents that children have the opportunity to gain key life skills, and can develop them in a safe, nurturing environment.
  • Sports and other types of physical activity are often highly competitive, and children of all ages can feel like they are being left behind. In our Holiday Camps, fun comes first! We provide a strong basis for children to grow their confidence, independence, and improve their teamwork skills.

Introduce children to new activities

  • Each session over the Summer break is packed full of exciting activities that children may not get to experience in school.
  • Our most popular camps are the multi-activity sessions, in which we incorporate a range of outdoor activities and sports (like football and tennis) with indoor activities (like gymnastics and crafts).
  • Introducing children aged 5-12 to new sports, games, and activities is a fantastic way to encourage a healthy, inspired lifestyle.

Staying active improves health and wellbeing

  • Staying active is vital for children at primary school age, and is key for encouraging a healthy lifestyle.
  • Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England, recommends that children take part in at least one hour of physical exercise every day. This can be difficult over the school holidays, which is why we have made it our mission to keep your children active, healthy, and happy.

Here are some FAQ’s for parents:

Holiday Camp Essentials

To make sure that every child has the best possible experience at our camps, we ask that they come fully prepared for the day ahead. Here’s what they will need:

Weather appropriate clothing

The weather is often unpredictable throughout summertime, which is why it is important for children to attend camps prepared for what the day may have in store. We recommend that your kids are dressed for mild weather and bring along a coat in the case of rain.

Children will be taking part in a range of fun activities, which may vary between sports and development, so please make sure that they are dressed appropriately for the day ahead.


Taking part in fun-filled activities can often leave tummies rumbling. We ask that children arrive at our Holiday Camps with plenty of food for the day. We usually break for lunch around 12pm, giving kids the chance to refuel before taking on their afternoon activities.

Looking for something to fill up your child’s lunchbox? Take a look at our guide to easy, healthy, and budget lunches