Clubs and Activities

Before School

From 8:00 – 9:00am each morning we run a breakfast club for children who need to arrive early. Cereal, fruit, toast and milk are provided. There is a charge of 50p per day, or 25p per day for those receiving free school meals. Pupils need to be registered in advance, more details are available from the school office.

The playground opens at 8:30 – 9:00am every morning. Although two school staff are present they are not responsible for child-care and parents should ensure their children are supervised during this time.

Please ensure your children do not arrive at school prior to 8:30am, the gates are locked and they will not be able to gain access to the school unless attending breakfast club.

After School

There are a variety of after school clubs available for children from Y1 to Y6, which run weekly during term time from 3:30 – 4:25pm. These include support for homework, literacy and numeracy as well as sports and arts clubs. Look out for after school club forms at the beginning of each term and apply termly. More details are available in newsletters and on the Parents notice board or ask at the School Office

Autumn Term 2017

Day

Who can go?

What?

Where?

Tutor

Monday

All

Well-being & Mindfulness

Top Hall

Hepzi

Monday

Y1/2/3

Y1-3 Football

Pitch

Shantelle +1

Tuesday 

All

Sewing

Library

Rina

Tuesday

All

Drawing

Classroom

Danielle

Wednesday

Y3/4/5/6

Handball

Top Hall

THYSF

Wednesday

All

Games

ICT Suite

Danielle

Wednesday

All

Science Club

Classroom

Halima

Thursday

All

Lego Club

 

Jackie

Thursday

All

Bug Club

IT suite

Jeanette

Friday

Y3-6

Cricket

Pitch

(THYSF)

Friday

All

Film Club

Classroom

Jeanette

Friday

All

Homework

Classroom

Jackie

Children must be signed up to each club prior to attending.

All clubs begin at 3:30 and finish at 4:25 – please ensure you collect your child by 4:30pm

Consistent lateness or non-attendance may result in your child losing their place.

"Leaders and staff take pupils’ emotional well-being extremely seriously."

- Ofsted, 2016