Lunchtime
Extra-curricular Clubs and Activities

Club Details
Recorder Club

 

Friday lunchtime for Y3/4:  Mrs Shepherdson

This club is open for a limited number of pupils in Y3/4 to learn to play the recorder.  Booking is on a first come first served basis through SIMS Agora as there is a small cost to cover the cost of the book.

Recorders will be provided for all pupils attending.

Eco Club

Thursday one week Y3/4 other week Y5/6: Miss Hazel

This club is open to those children who have expressed an interest in their environment and the changes happening in their world.

It is open to years 3 to 6.

It is free to join and any equipment will be provided.

Gymnastics Club

 

Monday lunchtime for Y5/6: Mr Mearns

This club is open to children who have some experience of gymnastics or dance and want to improve some of their skills. Interested children should have an initial discussion with Mr Mearns.

 

Children need to attend the club wearing school P.E. kit (shorts and a T shirt) or similar, with tape over any ear rings that cannot be removed.

Gymnastics Club

 

Wednesday lunchtime for Y3/4: Mr Mearns

This club is open to children who have some experience of gymnastics or dance as well as those who want to find out a bit more.

Interested children should have an initial discussion with Mr Mearns. Children need to attend the club wearing school P.E. kit (shorts and a T shirt) or similar, with tape over any ear rings that cannot be removed.

Mindfulness Colouring Club

 

 

Wednesday lunchtime for: KS1 / Lower KS2 / Upper KS2

(three week cycle)

Miss Fraser

This club is on a first come first served basis to Miss Fraser’s classroom for children from Y1-Y6. 

Children can complete a range of colouring activities (often themed) in a calm classroom environment at lunchtime. 

Children can take their colouring activities home with them after each session. 

Typing Club

 

Thursday lunchtime for Y6:  Mrs Shepherdson

This club is open for a limited number of pupils in Y6 to learn how to touch type (type without looking at the keyboard).

This is an incredibly useful skill to have. Places are limited due to the size of the computer suite.

Games Club

 

Monday lunchtime for Y5: Mrs Thompson

This club is open to pupils in Y5. It is run by two Y5 pupils with the support of Mrs Thompson.

 

There are a range of board games provided; however, if you have any games you no longer require at home we would be grateful for any donations.

Table Tennis Club

 

Friday lunchtime in the gym for Y6: Mr Miller (from January)

This club is open for up to 12 children in each class in Y6 and will make use of the tables and other excellent equipment we have available in the gym.

 

There will be two 25-minute sessions, one for each class in Y6.

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