If your child is interested in joining any of our clubs, please do not hesitate to contact the school office or complete the application & consent form below:
Breakfast Club is available from 7.45a.m. each school day. Each session costs £2.50 and includes breakfast. If you are interested in your child attending Breakfast Club, you can either contact school or apply by returning a Breakfast Club letter.
From September 2014, aTea-Time Club will be available until 5pm each school day. Each session will cost £3.00. The club will be run by a member of staff and a sports coach will be offer sporting activities on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (alternating between infants and juniors). If you are interested in your child attending Tea-Time Club, you can either contact school or apply by returning a Tea-Time Club letter.
During the year we take part in a variety of sporting activities both during and after school. The children are also be invited to take part in intra-class demonstrations or competitions, as well as inter-school events.
As well as intra school competitions, we compete in Level 2 School Games events and leagues organised by St. Bede’s. So far this year, we have had teams compete in a wide variety of sports including: football, netball, basketball, cricket, tag rugby, swimming, gymnastics, cross country and athletics. We have even had ‘B’ teams compete in basketball, netball, tag rugby and swimming. Our participation and success in sports has resulted in our being rewarded with the Sainsbury’s School Games Silver Award. Keep an eye out on our ‘Newsletters’ page for our sports newsletters with reports and fixtures.
As well as participating competitively, we provide a wide range of after school sports clubs. Please see the above timetable to find out which clubs we are running at the moment.
During a lunchtime Mrs Biasi comes into school to offer La Jolie Ronde French lessons. If you would like your child to take part in these lesson, please contact school or Mrs Biasi.
We have three peripatetic music teachers come into school during the week. They offer brass instrument lessons, guitar lessons and keyboard lessons. Letters inviting children to take part in these lessons are usually sent home at the start of each year, or the start of each term.
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