The following clubs are available for 2019-20:
These clubs are run across a term and a letter is sent home to everyone at the start of each term so that children can sign up if interested. If your child is successful in their application you will receive a confirmation letter.
Staff run clubs
These clubs are run across a term and a letter is sent home to everyone at the start of each term so that children can sign up if interested. If your child is successful in their application you will receive a confirmation letter. The clubs for the Autumn Term will run for 6 sessions starting week beginning Monday 7th October 2019 and finishing week commencing Monday 25th November 2019 and take place at lunchtime or after school. (NB. No clubs in the week commencing 21st October due to parent consultations.) This term the clubs include Book Club, Choir, Circuit Training, Computing, Drawing, Orienteering, Origami, Playdough, Science and Sequin Art.
Externally run clubs
The Big Mouth Theatre group run classes for the junior school children on a Wednesday after school. This is an external organisation and as such they charge for the experience.
Saints Football Club is running an after school club for Year 3 & 4 children on a Friday beginning 27th September until the end of term. It is open to girls and boys and is free of charge.
Each lunchtime their are a variety of activities that the children can partake in. Mrs Kingdon and the lunchtime supervisors are always adding new equipment and games to play. Currently activities include, dressing up, art, tennis, book corner, water play and parachute games.
A free football club (run by a local experienced Level 2 football coach) is also offered to boys and girls on Thursday lunchtimes for Years 1 to 3 and on Thursday after school for Years 4 to 6.
On Wednesday and Thursday lunchtime our sports partner-Planet Education- also provides a turn up and play sports club with a range of sports activities.
For children that need extra support at playtimes we have a special play area which is inclusive in its ethos. With high adult to child ratios, it supports children in social situations and children that can exhibit anxiety in large group situations.