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We have a wide range of school clubs available, which we encourage pupils to join. These largely take place after school and they change on a termly basis to try to encourage pupils to try as many different types of activities as possible. In the summer term for example, most clubs take place out of doors and these range from gardening and large scale sculpture to athletics and cricket with many more besides. We are part of a local schools sports partnership and take part in local and area competitions.

 

CLUBS – SPRING 2020

 

 

Day

Club

Led By

Year Group

Timing

Start Date

Additional Info

Monday

Seekers

Church Group

YRs 3 & 4

3.15-4pm

13 Jan

Max 30 Children

Monday

Homework Club

Miss Ashwell

YR6

1-1.30pm

13 Jan

 

Monday

Traditional Games

Miss Curran

YRs 2 & 3

3.15-4.15pm

13 Jan

Max 30 Children

Monday

Basketball

Mr Molyneux

YR 5 & 6

3.15-4.15pm

13 Jan

Max 15 Children

Monday

Tag Rugby

Mr Saunders and Miss Glynn-Fox

YR4

3.15-4.15pm

13 Jan

Max 20 Children

Tuesday

Homework Club

Mr Molyneux & Miss Jones

YR 5

1-1.30pm

14 Jan

 

Tuesday

Chess Club

Mrs Doone

YR 5 & 6

1-1.30pm

14 Jan

Max 20 Children

Tuesday

Film Club

Mrs Draper

YRs 2-6

3.15-4.15pm

14 Jan

Max 60 children

Tuesday

Mathletics

Miss Shivers

YR 4

3.15-4.15pm

14 Jan

Max 20 Children

Tuesday

Lego Club

Mrs Channing

YR3

3.15-4.15pm

14 Jan

Max 20 Children

Tuesday

Mindfulness

Miss Stonham

YR 2

3.15-4.15pm

16 Jan

Max 20 Children

Wednesday

Dance*

Mrs Townsend

YRs 2 & 3

3.15-4.15pm

15 Jan

Max 20 Children

Thursday

ICT Club

Mrs Jackson

YR 2

3.15-4.15pm

16 Jan

Max 50 Children

Thursday

Football Club

Mr Molyneux

YR5 & 6

3.15-4.15pm

16 Jan

Max 30 Children

Thursday

Ukelele Club

Miss Jones

YR 6

3.15-4.15pm

16 Jan

Max 8 children

Thursday

Choir

Mrs Hutchins

YR 5 & 6

3.15-4

15pm

30 Jan

Max 30 Children

Friday

Cosmic Yoga

Miss Sneath

YR 5

3.15-4.15pm

17 Jan

Max 20 Children

 

 

If your child has signed up for a club it is very important that they attend regularly. This is particularly important in sports such as football and netball where team members need to practise together in order to play together as an effective team.  If your child is unable to attend, or there is a change in home time arrangements, please send a note to the teacher who is running the club to ensure that the whereabouts of your child are known.

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