After school, from Monday to Thursday Mr Bainbridge, our specialist sports coach, delivers a range of sporting activities ranging from football and dodgeball to multi sports. There is a small charge for each of these clubs.
The activities are reviewed termly in order for children to have opportunities to experience alternative sports. Activities are chosen in response to pupil demand and the time of year. They are usually open to pupils from Year 1 to Year 6. We have high hopes for developing Olympic champions of the future.
- LUNCHTIME SPORTS
There is a rolling programme of sporting events each lunchtime in our new hall, run by Mr Bainbridge. We aim to promote physical activity for all pupils regardless of age and gender.
Our girls' football club, which takes place every Wednesday evening, is extremely well attended by girls of all ages. It is run by a specialist coach from The Football Association and there is a small charge of £2 per session.
Every Thursday at 3.20 pm until 4.00 pm the choir meet with Miss Travis to practise singing a range of songs. The choir perform concerts both in school and at special events throughout the year. If you are feeling musical please let Miss Travis know.
- OCARINA CLUB
- Have you ever wanted to learn to play an instrument?
- Every Monday lunchtime Mrs Roberts runs an ocarina club for our budding musicians who may go on to learn the recorder. This club is open to children in Year 2 and is free of charge.
- GUITAR CLUB
Mrs McDowall offers pupils in Upper Key Stage 2 the opportunity to learn to play the guitar every Wednesday evening. Guitars are available in school or pupils may bring their own and enjoy learning to play familiar tunes. A small fee enables us to pay for resources such as books to use within the sessions and to take home.
- SKIPPING CLUB
Every Thursday lunchtime children can attend the Skipping Club run by Mrs Hopson. Skipping can be fun on your own or you can try long skipping with others. We are trying alternative skipping techniques like double dutch and french skipping.
- Miss Naylor has introduced a film club on Wednesday evenings for pupils in Key Stage 1 who enjoy watching films and love the opportunity to review them! This club is so popular that there is a waiting list to join. Please be patient as we will give everyone an opportunity to participate in the forthcoming terms. There is a small charge.
Key Stage 1 children enjoy joining Mrs Young in the Book Nook library every Friday after school. They enjoy sharing both fiction and non-fiction books and participate in a range of book related activities.