Autumn 2017

The school offers a number of extra curricular activities that are run either as lunch time or after school clubs. Featured below, some of the clubs arranged during the 2017 autumn term.

Cooking Club

The Year 6 cooking club have begun fine tuning their culinary skills under the stewardship of head chefs Mrs Wilkins and Mrs Mansfield. The children, who meet after school on a Tuesday, have been given the theme of Christmas party food and have been thinking about the types of 'finger food' they could make. This week the children made, from scratch, sausage rolls and mini beef burgers. Delicious!

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Netball Club

Mr and Mrs Blythe run, on a Tuesday after school for the Year 5 and 6 classes, the netball club. Experienced players and beginners are very welcome to join and learn more about the game; hone their skills and play matches against other schools.

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Summer 2017

 

Rounders Club 2017

After school on a Tuesday is when year 4,5 and 6 come together to play rounders.

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Gardening Club 2017

On a Tuesday after school, Mrs Meagher and Miss Banks run the gardening club for our KS1 children. They have been busy preparing the ground ready for planting some seedlings.

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Circus Skills Club 2017

Our children from KS2 have had fantastic fun learning new circus skills. Lots of juggling, plate spinning and balancing.

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Magical Maths

Our KS1 children are enjoying maths input from the Magical Maths team. In this session, the children used their number skills to complete a number crossword.

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Cooking Club

The school fills with some fantastic smells on a Tuesday afternoon as the cooking club, run by Mrs Wilkins and Mrs Mansfield, work with the year 4s to produce homemade fresh food. This week the group prepared and cooked pizza. Delicious.

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Tag Rugby Club

On Tuesdays after school, there is rugby club available for the Year 3 &  4 children. During the sessions there is a focus on skills/features of the game followed by the children playing.

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Music Club

Mrs Rich runs a music club for our KS1 children on a Monday after school. The chidren are exploring composition.

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Football Club

On Mondays after school, the Year 5 and 6 children are able to attend Football Club. Mr Hodgson and Jim teach skills of the game as well as giving the players game time.

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Board Games Club

The Year 3 and 4 children have enjoyed Board Games Club on a Monday after school. This has been an opportunity to learn new games and share their favourites.

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Art Club

Open to our KS2 children, Art Club runs on a Monday after school. A visiting artist leads the session, guiding the children through the skills to producing a finished piece of work.

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Cheer Leading Club

Miss Porter leads the cheer leading club, which meets on a Tuesday after school, and is open to all KS1 children. The children learn various sequences and chants. Always fun especially when the pom poms come out along with lots of energy needed.

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Hockey Club

Year 3 and 4 meet on a Monday afternoon after school for hockey club. The children are learning skills and then have the opportunity to implement the learning in a game.

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Maths Club - Magical Maths

Tonight was the first in a series of six MAGICAL MATHS sessions offered to KS2 children.  Firstly, the children learnt how to quickly square any number; challenging each other and trying their hardest to beat the calculator.  Next, the focus was on quick recall of multiplication facts and learning a little about probabiity.  The children were all very focused and importantly having fun with maths.  Next week, there will be a detective visiting to teach us some new and exciting number skills. 

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Football Club

The school football team meet on a Monday after school, with Mr Hodgson, for general training and skills practice. The club is open to both year 5 and 6 pupils who are invited to join and represent the school at various games throughout the season.

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Spanish

Children are learning the basics of Spanish. This session show the group learning numbers and labelling key parts of an image like the sky.

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Handball

The group meet on a Thursday after school and practise the skills involved and always get to put into practise their new skills.

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Gardening Club

In Gardening and Wildlife Club we have begun to tidy up the flowerbeds ready for planting. We have also started building a Bug Hotel. 

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Summer 2016

Circus Skills

On a Thursday, after school, the children in KS2 can try their hand at circus skills. This includes: plate spinning, juggling and walking on stilts.

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Spring 2016

The school offers a number of extra curricular activities that are run either as lunch time or after school clubs. Featured below, some of the clubs arranged during the spring term.

 

Djembe Drumming

Djembe drumming club is open to our KS1 children and run by Mrs Bentley on a Thursday after school. The young muscians are learning to achieve the best sounds from this wonderful instrument and to play some simple rythms.

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Board Games Club

For Year 3 and 4 there is the Board Games Club, which is run on a Thursday after school. The children are invited to bring their favourite board game and share it with the rest of the group or play one of the games on offer from the club: these include games such as Snakes and Ladders; Monopoly and Upwords.

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Autumn 2015

The school offers a number of extra curricular activities that are run either as lunch time or after school clubs. Featured below, some of the clubs arranged during the autumn term.

School Football Team.

The school football team meet on a Monday after school, with Mr Hodgson, for general training and skills practice. The club is open to both year 5 and 6 pupils who are invited to join and represent the school at various games throughout the season.

 

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 Cooking Club

On Mondays, after school, Mrs Wilkins and Mrs Mansfield run a cooking club. This term the year 6 children are refining their culinary skills by having the opportunity to make both savoury and sweet items during the course of the term. There is a small charge to help cover the cost of ingredients and all produce is shared and taken home.

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In readiness for the festive season, the cooking club practised their skills making meringue baskets.

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Wildlife Club

The children have thoroughly enjoyed the Wildlife Club this term. Among the activities they have taken part in are building dens for hedgehogs and feeding butterflies with squashed bananas. The last session, this term, finished with the toasting of marshmallows on an open fire. You can see from the photographs how much the children enjoyed this activity. The club will resume once the warmer weather arrives.

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Netball Club

The school have an active netball club, run by Mrs Bird. The club is open to year 4, 5 and 6 children who meet on a Tuesday after school for training; those attending training are offered the opportunity to represent the school at various matches throughout the year.

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 Mad Science Club

For the scientists across school, Mad Science come into school and deliver a science workshop on a Thursday after school. The children learn about a range of scientific concepts and undertake a hands on investigation. The photographs show the children learning about and discovering the DNA of strawberries.

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Recorder Club

Recorder club is held on Thursday lunch times and led by Mrs Marshall, Mrs Bentley and Mrs Brown. The children are given the opportunity to develop their interest and practice playing a variety of pieces of music. It is always a delight to listen to the groups tallents at the end of each term in assembly.

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