Stanford School

Stanford Junior and Infant School

Living together - Learning together

Cooper Lane, Laceby, Grimsby
NE Lincolnshire DN37 7AX
Tel. 01472 318003
Contact. Miss King (Business Manager)

Lunchtime and After School Clubs

Spring 2 Clubs


Club- Lead By


Starting Mon 28th Feb- 28th March

Football- Mr Marshall Years 3 & 4

Reading Club- Mrs Jones FS & Y1


Starting Tues 22nd Feb- 29th March

Gymnastics- Premier Education Years 4-6

Craft Club- Mrs Jones Years 2, 3 & 4

Drama Club- Miss Purshouse Year 6


Starting Wed 23rd Feb- 30th March

Multi-skills- Mr Marshall FS, 1 & 2

Cookery- Mrs Christie Y5 & 6


Starting Thurs 24th Feb- 31st March


Football- Mr Marshall Year 5 & 6

Chess- Mr Page Years 4,5 & 6


Starting Fri 25th Feb- 1st April

Starting Fri 25th Feb- 25th March

Table Tennis- Mr Marshall All year groups

Gymnastics- Premier Education
Years 1-3


Afterschool sports clubs are £3 per session, payable in full at the start of the term.

If your child is in receipt of Pupil Premium, please see the School Office for details about free or subsidised entry to these clubs.

Our Breakfast and Afterschool Clubs run 5 days a week to offer before and afterschool care for children which is both affordable and convenient. The clubs are both fun and active and are run in accordance with our 'Healthy School' philosophy, offering a range of activities and food (AM) which promotes a healthy lifestyle.

Session Code

Breakfast Sessions



Breakfast Session - 8.00 – 8.50 am

 £       2.75


Breakfast Session - 7.45 – 8.50 am

 £       3.50


Breakfast Session - 7.30 – 8.50 am (On Request)

 £       6.25





Breakfast Session - 8.00 – 8.50 am (Additional Child)

 £       2.25


Breakfast Session - 7.45 – 8.50 am (Additional Child)

 £       2.75


Breakfast Session - 7.30 – 8.50 am (Additional Child, On Request)

 £       5.25








After School Sessions



After School Session - 15.15 – 17.00

 £       5.50


After School Session - 15.15 – 17.30

 £       6.50


After School Session - 15.15 – 17.45 (on Request)

 £       7.50





After School Session - 15.15 – 17.00 (Additional Child)

 £       4.75


After School Session - 15.15 – 17.30 (Additional Child)

 £       5.75


After School Session - 15.15 – 17.45 (Additional Child, On Request)

 £       6.75





After School Session - 16.15 – 17.00 (After Sports Club Rate)

 £       3.25


After School Session - 16.15 – 17.30 (After Sports Club Rate)

 £       4.00


After School Session - 16.15 – 17.45 (After Sports Club Rate, On Request)

 £       4.75




Pupil Voice


Cookery Club

This is our last week of Cookery Club before we break up for summer and the students voted for what they would like to cook. Victoria sponge was the winning vote. They all looked amazing! Well done to this term's students, you've been fantastic.

This week in Cookery Club we made pizza pasties. We filled them with mozzarella, pepperoni and cherry tomatoes, they smelt amazing and everyone had great fun making them! They're great for pack-ups too!

Today at Cookery Club we made tomato and basil tarts. We learnt how to chop tomatoes safely using the bridge method. 
H.   They smell amazing.
M.   My Dad is going to love these.
R.    Can I eat mine now!

Cookery Club

This week we saw 6 new students start cookery club. As we are celebrating the jubilee, we made and decorated cupcakes using red, white and blue icing, and what a great job they did!

Chess Club

Tonight at Chess Club we introduced the ‘touch move’ rule. Mr Lyle continues his unbeaten run, dethroning Mr Page😩

Chess Club

Another great week at chess club. Focussing on strategical positioning, thinking 2 moves ahead! Mr Lyle and Mr Page undefeated 🤪


In Cookery Club this week we made pizza. There were lots of different toppings to try, red pepper, mushrooms, ham, pineapple, pepperoni, mozzarella and cheese!
What's your favourite? 

Apple and raisin muffins

We started a new cookery club tonight by making apple and raisin muffins. Everyone was really excited to take their bakes home to put them to the taste test. Well done everyone.

Chess Club ♟♟♟

Our brand new Chess club with Mr Page started this week! The pupils were all engaged, enthusiastic and enjoyed every second of Chess club. Mr Page is very proud of them all!!

Term 4 Cookery Club

This week we made blueberry muffins, we spoke about other ingredients we could use and everyone came up with some great ideas.

J- I would like to use strawberries.
D- I think chocolate chips would be great.
M- Could we put apple in the mix?

Year 5/6 Football club

The year 5+6 children have been working on dribbling, passing and then slowly getting into some competitive matches against each other. They have been absolutely brilliant these past 3 weeks.

Year 3/4 Football club

Pupils have been working hard over the past few weeks on their dribbling, passing and shooting skills with Mr Marshall- well done!

Term 3 Cookery Club

Welcome to this terms Cookery Club students.

Week 3

This week we baked dizzy beef pies, we learnt how to use a peeler, which was a bit tricky!

Well done everyone, your bakes looked and smelt amazing! 


Week 2

This week in Cookery Club we made a healthy version of scotch eggs by baking them in the oven instead of frying them, and using low fat sausages.
We also looked at the eatwell plate and discussed the importance of a healthy balanced diet.

Week 1

This week we made caramel apple crumble. We learnt how to use a peeler to take the skin off the apple and used the rubbing in method for the crumble topping.

This week Mrs Christie set us a challenge to make our own custard when we got home!

Term 2 Cookery Club

Welcome to the new cookery club, tonight we used the rubbing in method to make our pizza base then we had to chop, slice and grate other ingredients for the topping. Everyone went home to enjoy pizza for tea!

Term 1 Cookery Club

In our last week we made sausage rolls. We learnt how to make shortcrust pastry and we also made a healthy version of a sausage roll using brown bread.

This week we learnt how to make chocolate cup cakes and had a go at piping the buttercream on top.
K   I can’t wait to eat these
Z   I loved making cupcakes

In cookery club we made hedgehog bread, we learnt how to knead bread and how yeast works. We think they look great!

In cookery club this week we made a selection of scones, cheese, cherry, sultana and plain.

Mrs Christie’s cookery club got off to a flying start with pizza making, they learnt the rubbing in method to make the base and learnt the bridge and claw method to cut the vegetables.