“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

Church Visit

Kingfisher Class took a walk to Stratford St Mary church and were greeted by Reverend Rosalind. The trip to the church linked to this terms topic of cultural celebrations and the children are learning about the church and what it is used for. Reverend Rosalind...

Forest School Fire

The children enjoyed another Forest School session. They recapped over the rules and learnt some extra rules as they were going to have a fire. The children got actively involved collecting sticks for the fire. Leanne told the children how to make a fire and the...

Signs Of Spring At Hall Farm

The Kingfisher Class visited Hall Farm today looking for signs of Spring. The children followed the farm trail and they saw daffodils, buds on trees, lambs and calves. The children were allowed to feed the baby lambs using a bottle of milk; they really enjoyed doing...

Year Two SATs Club

The children in Year Two enjoyed their first SATs club session looking at 2d and 3d shapes and grammar. The children enjoyed playing games using their subject knowledge and working together.  

Windy Forest Schools

Children in Kingfisher Class got to go on their second session of Forest Schools but this time it was very windy but not cold. The children remembered the Forest Schools rules and followed them. The children worked in groups to make dens and even had their snack in...

Did We Visit The Panto?

Oh yes we did!! On Thursday we visited the New Wolsey theatre to watch a performance of the 'Sword in the Stone' pantomime. This Rock n Roll show was a big hit with the adults and children.  Mr Bassett was called onto the stage to help the Pantomime Dame - he did a...

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