Clubs and Activities
There are a number of clubs that children can attend after school and during lunchtimes. See details below.
Mrs Church organises two sports club, one for Y1, Y2 and Y3 on a Wednesday night and one for Y4, 5 and 6, on a Thursday night. Sometimes these clubs are free to attend (we use some of our Sports Premium money to meet the cost) and some have a cost of £2.00 per session payable on a half termly basis. These clubs are always very popular and the children enjoy the range of sports on offer. The children have enjoyed taking part in multi skills (practising different sporting skills), retro games, gymnastics, football, hockey, badminton and many more.
In the summer term, children in Class 3 also organise clubs for the younger children at lunchtimes. These usually run for four weeks. We have had a number of different clubs including craft club, mask making, biscuit decorating, tag rugby and drama club.
A drama club runs after school for pupils in Class Two and Class Three during the summer term. The children take part in a range of drama based activities including singing, movement and speaking based exercises. These activities work towards an end of term performance for everybody to come and see!
- Mrs Atkinson also leads a cooking club on a Monday night. Throughout the academic year, every child from Year 1 to Year 6, will be offered a place. They will take part in four sessions, learning to prepare and cook a range of dishes (the chocolate tiffin is often the most popular!).
NB: Due to current Covid-19 restrictions we are unable to offer clubs either during or after school due to the organisation of our school bubbles. We will review this inline with government guidelines.