Extra-curricular Activities

 

Our teachers and TAs run lots of clubs at

lunchtimes and after school for children in all key stages.

Please scroll down to view clubs currently running this  Term

 Timetable 2017

Tuesday

Choir  Miss Rutherford     Y5     Lunchtime

Mini Choir Miss Rutherford and Ms Trayer   Y1      3:15pm-4:00pm

DT  Y2                 3:15pm-4:00pm

Film Club   Mrs Bird  Y3/4  3:15pm-4:15pm

French Club  Mrs Tracey Y3/4   3:15pm-4:15pm

 

Wednesday

Construction Club Miss Ikin  Y1/2   3:15pm-4:00pm

Film Club  Miss Richardson and Miss Rossiter  Y5/6 3:15pm-4:15pm

 

Thursday

Guitar Club  Miss Richardson 3:15pm-4:15pm

Book Club Mrs Grundy  Key stage 2 3:15pm-4:15pm

All clubs start the week beginning 8th May and will run for six weeks.

Please ensure your child is picked up on time by a responsible adult.

Thank you for all your support!

 

 

We had so much fun last term!

Art Club

Art club have been very busy creating beautiful Autumn pictures. Our school corridors have been filled with the colours of Autumn.

 

Drama

Drama club have really enjoyed performing short plays. The tasks given are really fun and help build  confidence.

“I don’t feel shy anymore”

“I am having lots of fun”

“The tasks are so fun and silly”

“I would love to be an actress when  I am older”

 

Active Club

Let’s get healthy!

Every Tuesday Active Club get their hearts racing. They play lots of team building games and use every muscle. Phew!

Staying fit and healthy is very important well done Active Club keep up the hard work! 

“My heart is beating fast but that’s a good thing”

“I’m getting fitter”

” Don’t forget you need to eat healthy food too”

Film Club

This is a very popular club! The children use this time to relax with friends. They watch a really good film and munch on healthy snacks.

 Cross Stitch Club

Well done cross stitch club you have made some lovely things so far. You are all very creative and learning such a wonderful skill. Cross stitching is very difficult well done everyone for being so patient.

“It takes a while to get the hang of”

“When its finished you feel happy”

 

Sign Language Club

What a lovely skill to learn! You are all doing so well.

 

Dance

This club is bursting at the seams it’s so popular. Miss O’Connell has been working hard teaching the children dance routines. They are all having so much fun and are even practicing on the playground!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Scroll down to see the fun we have had!

 

Key Stage 1 Art Club: The children are really enjoying using different materials to create their own masterpieces.

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DSCF9007 KS1 Art Club has now finished. Thank you to all those who took part you were fantastic!

At Lunch times our TA’s are running Heart Start Club, which children are finding both enjoyable and useful.

 

 

 KS2 Dance Club: The children have really enjoyed learning new dance routines.IMG_0153[1]

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KS1 Film Club: Children have enjoyed socialising with friends whilst watching their favourite movies.

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KS2 Drama Club 

 Drama Club has been a real success. The children have really enjoyed acting out scenes from their favourite films. Drama Club is improving the confidence of all those who are attending.

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Stars in the making!

 KS2 French Club

 

 â€œIf you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.” ‒ Nelson Mandela

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The ability to speak  another language is a great skill to possess! Well done French Club!

KS2 Gardening Club

Our green fingered little helpers are bravely bracing the elements in order to keep our school blooming!

 

 

Athletics

Athletics club are working hard! They are all working  as a team!

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Key Stage 2 Art Club

 

Key stage 2 are enjoying their art club!

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“The world is but a canvas to our imagination.”- Henry David Thoreau

 

Afternoon Art Club

 

 

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Keystage 2 are using their Monday lunch time to create beautiful artwork!

 

 Family Club

KS1 Family Club has been a real hit! Thank you to all those parents and children who are attending!

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We have completed our board game projects…Take a look at the final results!!! 

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Grace and Billy with their SMAAA Board Game!!!
Grace and Billy with their SMAAA Board Game!!!

Photography Club

 

“Photography takes an instant out of time , altering life by holding it still”-Dorothea Lange

All pupils thoroughly enjoyed Photography Club. They have all come away with a skill which they can use both within school and outside of school.

 

Year 3 Football Club

The children are keeping fit and healthy whilst having fun with friends. The progress you have made over the past six weeks has been amazing well done!

 

 

 Netball

 

 The children have all been working very hard in netball.

“Netball is great fun”        “I am having fun with my friends and keeping active”

 KS1 Spanish

Well done to all those who attended Spanish Club you were amazing. Keep practicing with your friends.

         “We can say colours in Spanish!”             “I know how to say lots of animals in Spanish”                                                         “We have learned a lot”

Cookery Club

Keystage 2 have been cooking up a storm in the kitchen! They have learned new recipes and created some of their own but most importanlty they have learned how to stay safe in the kitchen. Miss Reid and Miss Rutherford were very impressed by the maturity and enthusiasm of all those who attended. Well done CHEFS!

KS2 Dance

Ks2 have really enjoyed Dance Club. Miss O’Connell is very impressed with the skills the children have gained from coming to this club!

        “They look like professional dancers!”- Miss O’Connell    “Dancing makes me feel happy”                                       “It helps you relax”  

 

 

 Family Club

 

 Stay for as little or as long as you want!

This week the children have been designing their own boards games! They have come up with some wonderful ideas!

 

Fencing

 

  How will fencing benefit my child?

Fencers learn good sportsmanship, self-discipline, gain quick reflexes and how to compete independently. They gain a sense of accomplishment when winning and learn to profit from their defeats. They learn to make complex decisions, analyze problems, and think fast on their feet. These ideals help children reach their potential in many areas other than fencing.

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Gardening Club

  Thank you for looking after our environment gardeners!

“I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite.”

e. e. Cummings