We are particularly aware that each family has its own unique set of circumstances and through a range of additional programmes, we will aim to provide on-going support and extra services.
The nature of these extended services are largely influenced by demand as it emerges. We also offer a breakfast club from 8:00am and an extended extracurricular programme at the end of the school day.
Our overriding aim is to provide a programme of activities which capture the aptitudes and interests of the children in our care. With this in mind, the Trust makes provision for a range of booster and enrichment activities in the school holidays. This is an opportunity for children to enrich their learning, try out new things, have fun and meet friends.
SUMMER TERM 2019: AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
Clubs commence on Monday 13th May to Friday 12th July 2019
|Monday||Music and Dance||Years 3, 4, 5 and 6||Children will learn how to sing and dance as a group, in sync together through a variety of different music.|
|Netball||Years 4, 5 and 6||Learning the ins and outs of a popular ball game, children will learn the skills of basic passing and catching.|
|Colouring||Years 1 and 2||Children will be engaging in mark making and creatively learning the use of colour.|
|Homework Club||Years 1 to 6||Children will be working on numeracy and literacy skills using Active learn and Bug Club.|
|Tuesday||Arts and Crafts||Years 1 and 2||Learning different shapes and textures whilst bringing out each child’s individual creativity.|
|World Knowledge||Years 1 to 6||Understanding and exploring the world through the eyes of David Attenborough.|
|Wednesday||Arts and Crafts||Years 4, 5 and 6||Learning different shapes and textures whilst bringing out each child’s individual creativity.|
|Cheerleading||Years 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6||Every week children will feel the music through cheerleading, children will learn to develop an innovative and artistic routine.|
|Origami||Years 4, 5 and 6||Origami is a fascinating and creative craft for kids. Not only will children get a real sense of satisfaction out of making these fun origami models, but they will be getting practice at following instructions, increasing their manual dexterity, and producing a fun and decorative end-product.|
|Cooking||Years 3, 4, 5 and 6||Each week children will learn how to create new recipe, helping them to follow instructions carefully and enjoying what they have made at the end.|
|Thursday||Drawing||Years 1 and 2||Creativity comes from drawing. Children will be encouraged to use their imagination to produce independent art.|
|Badminton||Years 5 and 6||Badminton can be a particularly good sport as it is interesting, fun and fast-paced. Players get to rush around the court, chasing the shuttlecock, and since badminton is usually played individually or in doubles, every player gets plenty of exercise, which is not always the case in team sports for children.|
|Movie Club||Years 1 and 2||Age specific movies will be shown to target interest in various areas of learning.|
|Movie Club||Year 3, 4, 5 and 6|
|Friday||Homework club||Years 1 to 6||Children will be working on numeracy and Literacy skills using Active Learn and Bug Club.|
|Football Club||Years 4, 5 and 6||Your children will complete a range of drills and games to help them develop the correct technique for passing and receiving the ball both with and without pressure.|
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