Extra Curriculum Activities
Tuesdays after school for years 3 and 4
Wednesday after school for years 5 and 6
Tuesday after school for years 5 and 6
Tuesday after school for KS1 pupils.
Gardening takes place on a Tuesday after school and is open to children in KS2.
The main aims of gardening club are:
- to enjoy growing plants from seed to vegetable or flower.
spending time outdoors.
- to make the school grounds look attractive.
- to work as part of a team.
- to taste the produce that we grow.
- to have lots of fun!
Wednesday after school for children in Reception.
Young Voices Choir
Thursday after school (beginning on 14th October) for children in year 5 and 6.
All our clubs within school are accredited to the Children’s University.
This is an organisation which signposts young people to exciting learning activities which take place outside the normal school day – it could be before school, during lunchtime, after school, during weekends or holidays etc. The activities are all voluntary, it is up to students to choose what they do and when, and the learning always has a link to something they could go on to do at a ‘grown up’ university.
The students can gain credits by taking part in clubs. These credits are collected and in the summer there is an opportunity for students to take part in a graduation ceremony. There is no cost to the students.
Pupils no longer require a ‘Passport for Learning’ if they want to collect credits for clubs held in school. However, if they are collecting credits from other learning destinations, they can purchase a passport from school for just £2.00
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