A wide variety of lunchtime or after-school clubs is provided for pupils, depending on the interests and availability of staff to organise and manage particular activities. Where places are limited, preference is usually given to the older children or the club is organised into a fixed number of sessions in order to accommodate more children.
In the past, such activities have included netball, football, orchestra, recorders, choir, chess, rounders, cross stitch, cross country, cricket and athletics.
Subsidised individual or group music lessons are also available from visiting music teachers for the violin, guitar, woodwind, brass and piano.
Sports fixtures against teams from others schools are arranged each year for athletics, football, netball, cricket and rounders. Places in school sports teams are usually restricted to children from Years 5 and 6.
There are many opportunities for children in Key Stage 1 and 2 to participate in clubs, either during lunchtime or after school. Click on the link below to get an idea of the Spring term’s clubs.