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School Clubs

School Clubs
We offer Breakfast and Early Bird Clubs starting from 8.15am and 8.30am respectively.  Children arriving at 8.15am are given breakfast at school and there is a variety of cereal, fruit and toast for the children to choose from. 

 

After School Care is now available and starts from 3.15pm-6pm.  The children have structured play during this time and are offered snacks and drinks from 4.15pm onwards. 

 

Further information on charges are on the noticeboard and booking forms can be collected from Reception and are attached below.

 

We work hard to provide a range of extra curricular clubs for the children to experience. Some of these are run voluntarily by staff members and others are provided by external groups. Mrs Pleasant, our gymnastics coach, runs a gymnastic club for Year 1 and Year 2 pupils. This is a very popular club which is always well attended. The children work towards gymnastic awards and do very well at the club.

 

Gym club sessions are as follows for 2019 - 2020
Wednesday 3.15 - 4.15pm Year 1 Children
Thursday 3.15 - 4.15pm Year 2 Children

 

We also aim to provide other sports clubs each term such as football, dodgeball or multiskills on Mondays and Tuesdays.

 

We are always trying to source new clubs and activities to ensure that the extra-curricular provision at the school provides the children with additional experiences and so that they can be accessed by as many children as possible.

 

Other Experiences
Throughout the year the school plays host to a variety of visitors who enrich the curriculum for the children through school based workshops. These have included activities such as Drum Crazy, Zoo Lab, animal workshops, circus skills, dance classes, drama performances and visitors from the local area such as vets and nurses. Different classes also take part in activities during the year with other schools in our Learning Partnership such as St Pauls Junior School and Whitstone School. These activities enable the schools to work together, share expertise and resources from which the children benefit and also contribute significantly to the transition between schools.

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