School Clubs

Let's Move It Club

Tuesdays 3.20pm - 4pm

For all Key Stage 1 children. We are starting a club called ‘Let’s Move It’. We will be exercising and improving fitness in different ways including through Zumba, yoga and dance.

Please contact Miss Justice or Miss Woodhouse for more information

Sewing Club

Mondays 3.20pm - 4.15pm

Children have the opportunity to make a soft toy over 3 weeks. There is a charge of 50p per week to cover the cost of materials.

Please contact Mrs Axten or Miss Wallis for more information

Eco Club

Monday 12.30pm - 1pm School Playground

All children are welcome to help keep our school grounds tidy by helping to pick up any litter and leaves. We will be planting lots of seeds and bulbs and weeding our pots and window boxes. Gardening gloves are provided.

Please contact Mrs Wright for more information

Games Club

Fridays 12.30pm - 12.55pm in Oak Class

Children have the opportunity to come and play with construction toys, a variety of board games, jigsaws or enjoy colouring in some mindfulness printables.

Please contact Mrs Foster, Mrs Moncaster, Mrs Tilley or Mrs Wright for more information


Thursdays 12.30pm - 1pm in Oak Class

Please contact Mrs Barbuti for more information.

Spanish Club

Spanish classes take place after school on Wednesdays, with a programme of structured, creative and enjoyable activities including stories, songs, rhymes and games within the context of each season.

The programme, ‘Las Aventuras de Mifú y Tina y las estaciones’, has been written for young beginners (4–7 year olds) and features characters with whom the children quickly become familiar. The children have great fun singing, chanting rhymes, playing games and acting out the stories, with lots of opportunities to adapt activities to cater for all abilities within the age range.

The aims are to:

  • Familiarise children with sounds of the Spanish language and develop their ability to listen attentively
  • Develop confidence in using phrases and words other than their mother tongue
  • Develop listening and concentration skills
  • Develop social skills associated with interpersonal behaviour and communication
  • Enjoy a variety of language learning activities
  • Enable children to use the Spanish language creatively, promoting independence
  • Integrate Spanish in to school or home life
  • Allow children of all abilities to experience success and develop personal confidence
  • Promote gross and fine motor skills and visual literacy
  • Share the language by making the most of the children’s listening skills, and their love of singing, dancing and performing

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