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Extra-Curricular 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.


(The activities below will take place on 29th April, 13th May, 10th, 17th and 24th June, 1st and 8th July)

Year 1 and 2 

Art & Crafts

The club will include a combination of exploration, creativity, and skill development tailored to the developmental stage of Year 1 and 2. These activities will contribute to the holistic development of the children by engaging them in imaginative and hands-on experiences.





(The activities below will take place on 1st, 8th and 15th May, 12th, 19th and 26th June, 3rd and 10th of July)

Year 3

Ballet Fun Club  

Fun ballets for children is the perfect guide to dance movements and music. Children will be introduced to the basic steps of ballet, various jumps, turns, and quick gliding or sliding steps. Also, they will begin to use new and expressive steps and gestures.

Computing Club

In computing 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.


Year 4 

Fitness Club

Students will develop their fitness level and enhance their mental health and wellbeing as they participate in a variety of outdoor  fun sporting activities.

Reading club

Children will engaged in discovering a variety of genres, styles and discuss their favourite books and authors.This is a great opportunity for children to improve not only their fluency and comprehension but also become a confident speaker.



(The activities below will take place on 2nd, 9th and 16th May, 13th, 20th and 27th June, 4th and 11th July)

Year 5 

Zen Club

The aim of the Zen club is to encourage and promote good mental health in order to equip students with all the tools required to develop resilience and grow into well-rounded, healthy young adults; a positive mindset and attitude is the very foundation and pillar to success and learning to manage our emotions and to be able to self-regulate these emotions is a vital element. 

Performing Arts 

Performing Arts Club- focus on drama, dance and poetry recitals. Train and develop student's ability to entertain and perform in theatre, develop oral communication skills and boost confidence


Year 6 


Children will have the opportunity to practise their linguistic skills and perfect their French pronunciation by using the target language in speaking and singing activities.


Children will have the chance to learn about famous painters and use some painting techniques to create their own version of landscape art from Van Gogh, Renoir, Hokusai, Seurat.