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School Clubs (23)

Ball Skills Yr R - 2

Ball Skills club is run by Miss Emily Daniels and Mrs Tonia Dudley on a Wednesday from 3.30pm to 4.45pm and the children meet in RTD.

Ball Skills after-school club will provide a great opportunity to help develop your child's basic game-playing skill, and in particular, throwing and catching. They will play 'net' based games (such as tennis and badminton), and games based on striking (such as rounders and cricket). In all games activities, children will think about how to use skill, tactics and strategies to help win against an opponent but will also develop their skills to play as a team. 


Brass Band Yr 4 - 6

The Brass Band club is run by Mr Anthony Lees on Thursday in 4DL. It is an opportunity for children having lessons in and outside of school, and also the Year 3 children who have taken part in weekly brass sessions, to extend their experience and enjoy playing as a group.

They learn a range of brass band music, which includes seasonal pieces, with the aim of performing throughout the year.

Children who do not have a brass instrument can borrow one from the school set.



Construction YR1-3

Construction club is run by Miss Wester on Wednesdays in 4LW from 3.30 till 4.45pm in 4LW. It offers children the opportunity to work individually or as a team to investigate various structures. They need to use problem-solving skills to work to a design brief, using card, lego, blocks, newspaper and found materials, from start to completion of their structure.


Computers and Animation

The Computer, Animation and Film club is run by Mr Lees, Mr Pitts and Mr Lawson at 3.30-4.45pm on Wednesdays in the Year 6 Lecture Theatre. At the club they teach the children how to program by showing them how to make computer games, animations and websites. The children will not only learn to program, but also about computational thinking, problem-solving, planning, designing and collaboration.

Learning to code is an important skill for children to know when it comes to using technology.


Dance Yr 2 - 3

Dance club is run by Mrs Kari Brooks and is currently held at Victory Hall on Wednesdays. The children meet after school in 5DA but will need to be collected from Victory Hall at 5.00pm. Children need not have any prior dance experience outside of school because it is all about building their confidence in gross motor movement and skills, as well as interpretation of music.

The children will work collaboratively to perform a dance style and choreographed routine in front of an audience, as well as a small shows for parents during the final session of the club.


Recorders Yr 1 - 3

Recorder club is run by Ms Knight on Thursdays at 3.30-4.45pm in 3DL. It is a great introduction to playing a musical instrument, even if it is a bit squeaky to start off with. The children learn how to hold and play the recorder, play simple tunes and begin to read music. It is a great opportunity for children to enjoy learning a new skill together.

Playing the recorder gives children a great start on the musical ladder and many children may move on to play other instruments as they move through the school.

If children have their own instrument they are welcome to bring it.


Gardening and Wildlife

Gardening and wildlife club is run by Miss Lucy Wester and Mrs Jayne Charlton on Thursdays at 3.30-4.45pm and the children meet in 4LW. It gives children not only the opportunity to enjoy lots of hands-on experience of growing but also to make the school environment and allotment as eco-friendly as possible, reducing, recycling and reusing as much as we can, and trying to encourage lots of wildlife into the garden.

The children will look at seasonal plants, fruit and vegetables and make a plan for their raised bed. Over the weeks they tend their crops, which in previous years have been sold at the school fete, or the flowers used to decorate the school dining tables.



Board Games R2

Board games club is run by Miss Angela Crossley-May and Ms Nicola Knight on Thursdays in 1ACM. It is a chance for children to combine thought, concentration and strategy with friendship and competition, great skills that every child should develop. Games and puzzles can help children to learn about the world in which they live. Through playing games children are able to learn the alphabet or practise their mental arithmetic skills whilst enjoying themselves.



Spanish club is run by Miss Gomersall on a Wednesday in 2SG from 3.30pm-4.45pm. It is a fun and interactive club. It is an opportunity for children to get a basic introduction to the Spanish language in an interactive and engaging way. They will also learn about Spain; for example, where it is, its capital city, its cultures and traditions.

Throughout the term we will move on to talking about where they live, their family, hobbies, sports and subjects at school. We will also be looking at sampling some \'tapas\' and learning some flamenco dancing.

Through learning songs in Spanish, children are able to increase their vocabulary; for example, the Spanish version of \'Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes\'.

Many of the activities are taken from the \'Language Nut\' website, which all children are able to access at home.



Forest School Yr 2 - 3

The Forest School is on a Tuesday from 3.30pm - 4.45pm with Miss Northcott and Mrs Williams. The children meet in 1ACM.

Forest School is an holistic approach to education, which aims to enable and develop each individual child according to their needs; addressing educational, emotional, spiritual, and physical aspects of learning. It aims to teach skills and develop confidence in an enjoyable and relaxed way. Forest School is child centred and leaders respond to the interests and ideas of each child.


Forest School develops peer learning, with the adults providing support and enabling activities. Forest school activities are “open ended” enabling all children to achieve. It aims to encourage children to take on new challenges, take risks, and persevere with difficulties.


This term we will be making pictures using woodland materials, building shelters for small animals, creating stories using story sticks, lighting fires and even cooking some damper bread and marshmallows.




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