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Extra-curricular activities

We provide a rich selection of extra-curricular activities, including school visits and residential trips. 

School trips

School trips help to enrich children’s learning and broaden their horizons. Trips are usually linked to curriculum projects, assembly themes, or the children’s personal, social and health education. Children in Years 4 and 6 go on residential trips. In addition to the residential trips, there are many day trips and short local trips for all the school, e.g. to local museums, the theatre and cinema, farms, and local villages.

All of these trips are designed to support the project work in the classrooms. Throughout the year the school welcomes visitors from many different sectors of the community, including the local church, artists, storytellers, authors, poets, firemen and policemen.

Breakfast Club

We have a thriving Breakfast Club which provides care for children before the school day begins.

The club has charitable status and is managed by the Governing Body which is responsible for making all policy and procedural arrangements. Parents are required to pay for this provision.

Breakfast Club runs daily from 8am until 8.55am in the Daisy Room. The children are offered a breakfast of cereal, toast and a drink. After this they are able to enjoy quiet play activities and games.

More detailed information is available from the office or by contacting Diane Newsham, the club leader, either before or after school in the Daisy Room.

After School Club

We have a thriving and well attended After-School Club, which provides care for our children after the school day has ended.

It has charitable status and is managed by the Governing Body, which is responsible for making all policy and procedural arrangements. Parents are required to pay for this provision.

The After-School Club runs daily from 3.15pm to 5.30pm. Key Stage 1 children are collected from their classrooms by a member of staff at the end of the school day and Key Stage 2 children are encouraged to arrive independently. The children are offered a variety of activities and are given the opportunity to make their own sandwiches and drinks.

More detailed information is available from the office or by contacting Diane Newsham, the club leader, either before or after school in Daisy Room.

School clubs

A wide range of clubs and activities supplement the statutory curriculum, both during and after school hours. The children benefit from having the opportunity to be involved in a variety of activities, and we welcome parental support in these. Examples of just some of the extra-curricular clubs the school has offered include:

Club

Day/Time

Electronics Club

Monday 3.15 – 4.15

KS1 Cooking

Monday 3.15-4.15

Scrabble

Monday 3.15-415

Dance Club

Monday 3.15-4.15

KS2 Cooking

Tuesday 3.15-4.15

Football

Tuesday 3.15-4.15

Athletics

Tuesday 3.15 – 4.15

Zumba

Tuesday 3.15-4.15

Choir

Tuesday 12.30-1.00

German

Wednesday 3.15-4.15

Sci-Tech

Wednesday 3.15-4.15

Creative Writing

Thursday 3.15-4.15

Basketball

Thursday 3.15 – 4.15

Netball

Thursday 3.15-4.15

Film Club KS1

Thursday 3.15-4.15

Athletics

Thursday 3.15-4.15

Mathletics

Thursday 12.30-1.00

Orchestra

Friday 1.20 – 2.20

Art & Craft

Friday 3.15-4.15

Construction Club

Friday 12.30-1.00

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