After School Clubs

Something for everyone...

 

 

Extra Curricular Activities

In order to extend our curriculum provision we offer a range of extra – curricular activities. These are open to all pupils and are offered on a first come first served basis, however the pupils who can attend are changed on a termly basis.

Spring term 2019 these include:

Before School

Breakfast Club

Every morning – open to children from Nursery through to Yr 6. Run by school staff.

Drop off at the dining room entrance from 7.50am – £2.50 per session – includes breakfast.

If you are interested in putting your child’s name down for a place,  please contact the school office.

After School

Monday – Gymnastics Y3 /4

Tuesday  – Judo KS2, Gardening KS2  (to start after February 1/2 term)

Wednesday Funfit KS1 , UKS2 Healthy Cookery

Thursday Revision Rally UKS2

Friday Dance Festival Y6

Autumn term 2018 these include:

Before School

Breakfast Club

Every morning – open to children from Nursery through to Yr 6. Run by school staff.

Drop off at the dining room entrance from 7.50am – £2.50 per session – includes breakfast.

If you are interested in putting your child’s name down for a place,  please contact the school office.

After School

Tuesday – Judo (KS2)

Tuesday Gardening (KS2)

Wednesday – Funfit (KS1)

Thursday – Football squad training (KS2)

Thursday – Cookery (Y5/Y6)

Thursday – Mini Fencing (Y3 /Y4)

During the school day

Choir – Monday

Sign Squad – Friday

School Council – alternate Fridays

RRSA ambassadors – alternate Fridays

We also offer music tuition, which does include a cost.

This happens on :

Monday– Brass Tuition

Tuesday – Woodwind tuition

Wednesday – Violin Tuition

Thursday – Violin Tuition

Friday – Drum Tuition

For further information please contact the school office.

 

Fun-fit
A child in Year 2 said that they loved the club, because they do lots of exciting activities!

Football Club
One of the children who attended this club said that they learned a lot of new football skills and it was also a lot of fun.

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