In addition to the timetabled lessons, we offer a wide range of after school clubs and activities. Pupils of all ages are encouraged to get involved and these clubs can be continued as pupils move to the Senior School, when they can extend their skills by undertaking more advanced classes. There is a charge for some of these activities.
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Clubs and Activities
Chess has many benefits which include cognitive analysis, problem-solving and sportsmanship, but most of all it is fun! There are also some opportunities to compete against other schools in the area.
We offer a range of craft clubs where children are able to experiment with a range of activities according to their age and interest. These clubs offer pupils the chance to express their creative talents in an informal and supportive environment.
Children of all ages are encouraged to take part in the country dancing club.
This weekly club offers children the chance to use up plenty of excess energy whilst taking part in a fun filled activity. Listening skills, concentration, co-ordination and social skills are all enhanced through this traditional activity.
The content of our ICT Club is a mixture of inspirations. Sometimes the children want to continue or complete work we have covered in school, or bring websites and ideas that they have found through their own interests. New concepts and ideas are introduced in preparation for more advanced learning later on, as well as experiencing some entertaining educational websites.
We offer a wide range of performing arts clubs, including Ballet, Modern dance, Tap, Street Dance and Drama.
There is an additional charge for these clubs
They include: Football, Hockey, Rugby, Netball, Swimming, Tennis, Rounders, Athletics, Cross country, Fives, Kung Fu, Fencing, Basketball, Fitness and Multi-sports.
Through attendance at such clubs, skills are improved and the will to win becomes stronger.
Pupils may arrive at the dining room between 7.45am and 8.00am when breakfast is provided.
At the end of the day, pupils are supervised in the Library until 4:45pm when an evening snack is provided in the dining room. Collection in the evening, between 5pm and 6pm, is from the side reception door.
Should you wish to take advantage of this service we ask that places are booked by the previous day for breakfast club and by 10.30am (morning breaktime), for the afternoon wrap-around care.