After school clubs

We believe in providing a range of clubs to build on children's interests and provide them with greater opportunity to try something new.

Our clubs involve a range of sports, arts, debate, computers, homework, even a climbing wall - there is something for everyone. We sign up for clubs at the end of each half term, so that we can get started the very first day back. All of our clubs are run by our staff, so they know the children well and apply the same high expectations as we have in school.

Most of our clubs are free, the only exception is the cooking club where we ask for £1 each week (payable upfront) to buy the ingredients. Children love the club and learn how to make healthy food, which they then take home to share!

In additional to the clubs we offer, we also take part in a range of competitions (both during school time and after school), we believe that competition is good for us. It helps us to manage a range of feelings; anxiety, excitement, elation and even disappointment. Being a good sportsperson is important, it teaches us important life lessons, as such we only represent the school if our attitude is correct!

This year we've attended competitions for debate, spelling bee and timestable. As well as sporting ones like; football, cricket,cross country, hockey, multi sports, and kurling, to name just a few.

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