Clubs are run on a variety of days by both our teachers and external providers.
Throughout the year we make sure that all age ranges from Reception to Year 6 get an opportunity to take part in an out of hours club. A variety of different clubs are offered each term and include things like multi skills, Aston Villa football coaching, Irish dancing, chess, film club, poetry club, art club, etc.
Children and families are informed about clubs on offer through letters. The clubs are always very popular with the children and enjoyed by all.
Clubs for Autumn Term 1 2021:
|Monday 3.15-4.15||Dance with Dance XChange||1, 2, 3|
|Monday 3.15-4.15||Cooking with Mrs Beresford||6|
|Monday 3.15-4.15||ICT Coding with Miss Stewart||4, 5|
|Tuesday 3.15-4.15||Music with Miss Francis||4, 5, 6|
|Tuesday 3.15-4.15||Choir with Mrs Teall||4, 5, 6|
|Tuesday 3.15-4.15||Art Club with Miss Cooney||2, 3|
|Wednesday 7.45-8.40||Cricket with Warks Coaches||3, 4, 5, 6|
|Thursday 7.45-8.40||Gardening with Mr Ellicott||5, 6|
|Thursday 7.45-8.40||Multi-Sports with GSA Coaching||1, 2|
|Friday 7.45-8.40||Multi-Sports with GSA Coaching||3, 4|
|Friday 3.15-4.15||Basketball with West Brom BC||4, 5, 6|
Coach Anthony from West Brom Basketball Club delivers these sessions, which are very popular after school.
The children love our new basketball posts and their skills are improving significantly. Basketball is becoming a favourite activity at break and lunch times too.
Practising our basketball skills
Board Game Club
Each Tuesday in Board games club, children in Year 1 and 2 get the opportunity to play different board games with their friends.
We play twister, operation, frustration and heads up!
Playing games with our friends
Choir and Music Club
Children enjoy expressing themselves through the use of instruments and using their voices each week at choir and music club.
We explore a wide range of genres of music and learn new songs each week. Children are given the opportunity to perform within small groups to showcase their musical talents.
Playing musical instruments
Chance to Shine Warwickshire Cricket Club
A number of our children have enjoyed this before school club since the summer term. They are developing their cricket skills including throwing, catching and striking.
Coach Chaz is great with the children instilling the spirit of cricket through his sessions too, ensuring the children enjoy the game and conduct themselves in a sporting manner at all times.
Children enjoying a cricket game
Coding Club takes place on Mondays with Miss Stewart.
In Coding Club, the children use Scratch and Kodu to create worlds and to program sprite.
Coding on the computers
Cookery Club takes place after school on a Monday for Year 6.
The club is led by Mrs Beresford our school cook. During the club the children learn many skills including cutting, kneading and mixing. They learn to read labels as well as about allergens and food hygiene. The children learn to make many foods including bread, flapjacks and fruit salads.
Miss Georgiou invites KS2 to join her groovy dance club on Thursdays after school.
The children will copy routines and make up new dances to some chart topping tracks.
Dance club allows the children to keep fit, grow in confidence through performing while having fun!
Enjoying the groove!
Dance Club with DanceXChange
A number of our younger children attend this club after school and get so many benefits from it. They gain confidence and become more competent and fluent with their body movements, having lots of fun in the process.
Our DanceXChange coaches make their sessions challenging, energetic and very enjoyable!
Keeping up with the steps to learn a new routine
Seb from Sporting Elite runs football clubs for Years 3 and 4 and Years 5 and 6.
The children play football in teams whilst practicing key skills such as communication, tactical awareness and co-ordination.
Learning football skills
Forest School After School Club
In Forest School club we have been having a great time looking and learning about our world.
We have been planting many different plants and even had a worm race.
Our gardeners have been doing a great job ever since the summer term. We’ve tidied, cleared and planted in the flower beds, and added a number of features to attract more wildlife including bird feeders and bug hotels.
The children are really enjoying learning some new skills and seeing the difference their hard work makes to our school environment.
Thanks to Mrs Aslam too, who is a regular volunteer supporting this club.
Tending to our flower beds
Mrs Khan invites you to enjoy some maths activities after school. These include playing MyMaths and other educational games online as well as playing other maths games to practice and apply our maths skills.
Learning maths online
Seb from Sporting Elite runs a multi-skills club for children after school. This is run as a girls multi-skills for pupils in Year 3 and upwards on Wednesdays and for Key Stage 1 pupils on Thursdays.
In this club they practice lots of key skills involved in PE such as spacial awareness, hand-eye co-ordination and travelling in various ways. This is taught through many different sporting games and activities such as traffic lights, sharks/fishes and ball games.
Coach Connor works with us two days a week and delivers before school multi-sports clubs on each of those days to a range of children in different year groups.
These are well attended and the children love trying different activities including hockey and football, although dodgeball remains the firm favourite for most!
Children playing different sports
Miss Ward and her recorder club meet once a week after school to practice their new craft. We are aiming to be fantastic enough to play in mass soon.