Tel: 07780 660145
The Pavilion, The Avenue, Patchway, Bristol, BS34 6BD
The Wheat-Patch Club
We are a non profit making organisation that was opened in 2000. All our Leaders are qualified professionals and all staff are DBS checked. Our OFSTED registration number is
We provide breakfast between 7.45 am and 8.15 am. We offer a choice of toast and cereal then they can play before getting ready for the walk to school. Every child is given a Hi visibilty jacket before being walked into the school grounds where the staff stay with them, until school begins.
In the afternoon the staff wait for the children in the arranged place before walking them the short journey back to the Pavilion.
Once back at the Hall we have registration before the children are given fruit, cheese and crackers and a choice of milk or water to drink. They are then free to join in one of the adult led activities, do their homework or just free play with friends.Weather permitting we also take them into the park that is right outside our door. For further information on what we do please feel free to email call or drop in at anytime.
When the children arrive they can enjoy the activities that are set up for them or they can play on their own games equipment they may want to bring in with them. (Please log all personal items in the book provided.)
At 10 am we provide toast for all the children along with a choice of milk or water to drink.
We ask that you provide them with a packed lunch which we sometimes take outside in the park for a picnic. Weather depending.
After lunch we provide further activities for the children to enjoy or they are free to play on one of the many things we have at the Club. These include, A Wii console, table football, TV, Lego, board games, table tennis, lots of role play items i.e kitchen, dolls house and dolls, dressing up and many more. They also have felt pens,paper,paint etc available at all times. We are lucky enough to have a Park with large grass area right outside our door and get out there as much as the weather allows us. There is also an enclosed area at the back of the hall that we can use when the field is too wet. As you can see, the children have plenty to choose from however, they are free to play amongst themselves if that's what makes them happiest.