School Clubs

Extra-Curricular Activities

A letter detailing school clubs for 2017 / 2018 was sent home on 13/9/17.  The information below is up to date (12/9/17).

As part of our extended services, we would like to offer children the opportunity to join one or more of our many exciting lunch time and after school clubs. These clubs are run on a voluntary basis by members of staff. Start dates for after school clubs are detailed below. The clubs are as follows:

Chess Club

Children in Key Stage Two (Y3 to Y6), who know how to play chess or would like to learn, can join Chess Club and enjoy a battle of wits against an opponent.

When: Mondays – 12.00noon to 12.40pm.
Teacher: Mr.Hadwin.
Where: Mr.Hadwin’s room.
And: Bring a packed lunch to eat whilst playing.

 

Football Club

Girls and boys in Year Five and Year Six can improve their skills, keep fit and enjoy a good kick around by joining Football Club. Starts: 22/9/17

When: Fridays – 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
Teachers: Mr.Dickinson & Mr.Gardiner.
Where: The playground or field.
And: Bring a PE kit suitable for outdoors and a drink.

 

Book Club

Year Five and Year Six children can join our well established upper Key Stage Two Book Club. Over the course of the year, they can enjoy sharing and discussing a variety of titles – with hot chocolate and biscuits !

When: Thursdays – 12.00noon to 1.00pm.
Teachers: Miss Joughin & Mr.Kynaston.
Where: Mr.Kynaston’s room.
And: Bring a packed lunch. Children will be asked to pay for (and can keep) their own copy of the chosen book(s).

 

School Choir

Key Stage Two children (Y3 to Y6) can join our School Choir and enjoy learning new songs and singing together. Children in the choir perform throughout the year and in their own summer term concert. Starts: 20/9/17

When: Wednesdays – 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
Teachers: Mr.Kendall & Mrs.Woodward.
Where: Mr. Kendall’s room.
And: Bring a drink.

 

Drama and Theatre Club

Budding thespians in Year Five and Year Six can join our Drama and Theatre Club. They can take part in regular trips to the theatre and enjoy the thrill of performing on stage at Christmas. Starts: 21/9/17

When: Thursdays – 3.30pm to 5.00pm.
Teachers: Miss Joughin, Mrs.Peacock & Mr.Kynaston.
Where: The school hall.

 

Athletics Club

Year Five and Year Six children who are feeling energetic can join our Athletics Club. They will be able to take part in a variety of athletic activities.  Starts: 31/10/17

When: Tuesdays – 3.30pm to 4.30pm. (from Oct. to Feb.)
Teacher: Mr.Morland.
Where: The school hall, playground or field.
And: Bring a PE kit and a drink.

 

Netball Club

Children in Key Stage Two (Y3 to Y6) can learn the rules of the game, keep fit and enjoy playing against an opposing team in Netball ClubStarts: 20/02/18

When: Tuesdays – 3.30pm to 4.30pm. (from Feb. 2018)
Teachers: Miss Brown.
Where: The school hall.
And: Bring a suitable indoor PE kit and a drink.

 

Paralympic Sports Club

Boys and girls in Year Two can join our Paralympics Sports Club. They will have the opportunity to take part in a variety of paralympic sports. The start date for this club will be notified by letter or text.

When: Possibly Fridays – 3.30pm to 4.15pm.
Teacher: Mr.Dickinson & Greenbank College staff.
Where: The school hall.
And: Bring a suitable indoor PE kit and a drink.

To cover the hire and transportation of equipment, a one off contribution of £4.00 is requested. Thank you. Another year group will have the opportunity to take part in this club from after the autumn Christmas.

 

Book Club

Year One children can join their very own Book Club. Over the course of the year, they can enjoy reading together and talking about their favourite books.

When: Tuesdays – 12.25pm to 12.45pm.
Teachers: Mrs.Horan and Miss Brown.
Where: Mrs.Horan’s room.
And: Children may be asked to pay for (and can keep) their own copy of the chosen book(s).

 

Girls’ Football Club

Girls in Year Three and Year Four can improve their skills, keep fit and enjoy a good kick around by joining Girls’ Football Club. Starts: 22/9/17

When: Fridays – 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
Teachers: Mr.Dickinson & Mr.Gardiner.
Where: The playground or field.
And: Bring a PE kit suitable for outdoors and a drink.

 

Drama Club (KS1)

Children in Year One and Year Two who are feeling dramatic can join the KS1 Drama Club. They can take part in lots of exciting games and activities – and enjoy performing in front of their friends. Starts: 20/9/17

When: Wednesdays – 3.30pm to 4.15pm.
Teacher: Miss Baker
Where: The school hall.

Please note that if this club is over subscribed, children will be grouped and given the opportunity to take part on a half-termly basis.

 

Languages Club

Budding linguists in Year Four, Year Five and Year Six can join our brand new Languages Club. Children will find out about different cultures and languages – and they will take part in a variety of games and activities.

When: Tuesdays – 12.00noon to 12.45pm.
Teacher: Mr.Jacob.
Where: Mr.Jacob’s room.

And: If possible, bring a packed lunch.

 

Film Club

This is for Year Five and Year Six children. Film Club will be run with the support of INTOFILM: an organisation that gives children the chance to experience film creatively.  Starts: 19/9/17  

When: Tuesdays – 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
Teacher: Mrs.Hayes.
Where: Mrs.Hayes’ room.

 

Musical Theatre Club

Year Three and Year Four children who would like to have a go at some singing, dancing and acting can join our Musical Theatre Club. Starts: 25/9/17

When: Mondays 3.30pm to 4.45pm.
Teacher: Miss Charlotte.
Where: The school hall.

Because this club is being run by a professional outside provider, there will be a charge of £30.00 for eight sessions (£3.75 per session). School has subsidised this so as to make the club as accessible as possible. A separate letter and consent form will be distributed.

 

Further Information

At the end of after school clubs, children should be collected from the school’s main entrance.

Key Stage Two children are able to gain credits towards their Children’s University awards when they take part in any of our lunch time or after school clubs. This also includes any musical instrument lessons that take place in school.

Children can log their hours spent at extra-curricular activities in their Children’s University Passports. These can be purchased from school for £1.

The hours will be used to work out the appropriate level of Children’s University award. The Children’s University graduation ceremony will take place during the summer term.

Teachers will let children know the start dates for lunch time clubs.

 

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