Extracurricular Activities

We offer a range of additional services, starting with a breakfast club at 8.00am, after care provision immediately after school, and an extra-curricular programme which runs daily.  In short, the School is run by the community, for the community. 

Our overriding aim is to provide a programme of activities which capture the aptitudes and interests of the children in our care.  With this in mind, the Trust makes provision for a range of booster and enrichment activities in the school holidays.  This is an opportunity for children to enrich their learning, try out new things, have fun and meet friends.


After School Clubs 2021 - 2022

Monday

(9th May, 16th May, 13th June, 20th June, 27th June, 4th July)  

Activity Year Groups Description
Art and Craft Activities Year 1
Greenfinch)
Children will participate in a variety of art and craft activities where they will use many interesting materials to make something unique using their creativity.
Sketching Year 1
Goldfinch)
Take a trip down mindfulness lane and wind down with relaxing music while sketching. Children will be practicing their motor skills and will be given the opportunity to freely draw a given object.
Art & Craft Club Year 2
(Siskin)
Children will be doing literature ( poetry, story theatre), the visual arts (painting, drawing, paper sculpture,), the graphic arts (painting, drawing, paper sculpture, plasticine modeling), the decorative arts.
Multi Sports Year 2
(Serin)
Serin will be partaking in a multisport club. This will entail engagement in a range of skill-based exercises with the aim to encourage the development and acquisition of new skills. Such skills will include: teamwork, agility, balance, hand eye coordination, speed and running. We hope that the children will build confidence whilst interacting with their friends and having fun during the energetic games.

Wednesday

(4th May, 11th May, 18th May, 15TH June, 23rd June, 29th June, 6th July

Activity Year Groups Description
Art & Craft Club Year 3
(Osprey)
In Arts & Crafts club the children have the opportunity to use a variety of materials to create 2D and 3D pieces of art work from painting, to collage and sketching. The children will have free choice activities and structured opportunities throughout the sessions.
Computer Club Year 3
(Kestrel)
In computer club, children will safely, respectfully and responsibly design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals, including controlling or simulating physical systems. Children will also solve problems by decomposing them into smaller parts  and use sequence, selection, and repetition in programs using a variety of computer programs.
Board Games Club Year 4
(Waxwing)
Students will develop their critical thinking skills while having fun playing a variety of board games. 
Around the World Year 4
(Redwing)
Around the world - In this geography themed club, one country will be chosen for the students to learn about in detail, for example location of the country in the world, bordering countries and bodies of water, geographical features, climate, population, currency, landmarks, etc. Fun games, mapping skills and flag designing ideas will also be included. 

Thursday

(5th May, 12th May, 19th May, 16th June, 23rd June, 30th June, 7th July) 

Activity Year Groups Description
Debating Club Year 5
(White Eagle)
Debating club will help promote and develop essential, necessary thinking skills, which allows children to reason and think through arguments. It also creates the ability to question the evidence behind a particular statement or stance rationally. It teaches children to structure an argument and express themselves clearly, boosting confidence and research skills.
Reading Club Year 5
(Golden Eagle)
Reading provides an exciting hour of connection with literature. Children’s phonetic skills, verbal expression, intonation and comprehension skills are the main focus as we seek to foster a love for reading.
Maths Club Year 6
(Firecrest)
''Marvellous Maths' club games will be an integral part of children's practical maths experience. They provide a motivating context for children to explore concepts, develop subject knowledge, improve problem-solving and enjoy maths. We will be doing Maths competition and mastery, as well as investigating hypotheses through multiple medias such as IT and exercise book activities. Maths club will allow children to associate math with problem solving skills, preparing them for secondary school curriculum and later on, adult life; working with taxes, learning about profits and discounts, reparations in WW2 History and much more.
Inquisitive historians  Year 6
(Goldcrest)
The aim is to inspire curious and inquisitive learners who strive to find out more by asking where, when, what and why questions and to develop the children’s understanding of the world in which they live and to help them recognise continuity and change.

 

 

 

 

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