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.
For details of the clubs on offer, please see our timetable:
- Clubs Timetable – Spring Term 2 2019
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
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!
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.
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.
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.