“Pupils enjoy the wide variety of choice offered in after-school clubs including for cookery, music and sport.”


Ofsted 2017

Extracurricular Activities

After School & Lunchtime Clubs

The school runs regular after-school clubs, these include; handball, multi-sports, gymnastics, football, music/choir, art, skiing, netball and Vex robotics.

We also aim to offer other half termly clubs and these have included cricket, cookery, science, tennis, chess and craft club.

Some of the activities the children organise themselves during lunchtimes and include skipping, lunchtime play leader activities, football and dodgeball.

Extracurricular News

Games Club

After school some of the Year One and Two children joined Miss Jones for games club. The children enjoyed playing different games. It was lovely to see the children taking turns and playing the games according to the rules. [gallery...

Kandinsky and Banksy Inspire Stratford Artists

In Art club, the children have been learning about different artists and their style of work. The first week we looked at Bansky and created some graffiti art using stencils (Banksy's preferred methods) and the second week we looked at Kandinsky and his abstract art...

Book Club

Children from Year One and Two joined Miss Jones for their first Book Club session on Thursday after school. The children listened to a story called 'Jake's First Day'. The story was about a boy called Jake and it was his first day at school. Jake's teacher had...

Aladdin Trouble

Wednesday 18th July saw the Key Stage 2 performance of Aladdin Trouble. Amazing acting, singing, dancing and narrating was thoroughly enjoyed by the audiences. We certainly have talented children at Stratford St Mary! A big thank you to all those that helped put on...

Pen Pal Visit

The children were very excited as they were going on a trip to visit their pen pals at Eyke Primary School. The children really enjoyed the fact that they were able to see over the Orwell bridge! When they arrived at Eyke School, Ash class greeted them with banners....

Our Day Out in London

What an amazing day Years  2-6 had in London. Sightseeing on the coach, a trip to the Imperial War Museum for some, a visit to the Cabinet War Rooms for others (and a look at Horse Guards Parade - as well as watching them change the guards) before meeting up at St...

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