“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

Stratford St Mary Gains Gold

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a GOLD mark from The School Games. This is a fantastic recognition for the amount of sport within curriculum and extra-curricular time that we have dedicated to the subject over the last school year. In addition...

Art and Craft Club

Children from the Kingfishers and Woodpeckers Class joined Miss Jones and Mrs Kite for Art and Craft Club. The children produced their own designs of Kandinsky's painting of circles. The children used felt tips, wax crayons and paints to create the circles. The...

High 5 & Handball

This week was rather busy for our sports teams.  On Tuesday, 8 Owls class children took part in a handball tournament at Inspire Ipswich.   We didn't win the tournament, but all the children showed great skill, team work and determination. On Friday 8...

Tropical Wings

The Kingfisher and Woodpecker Classes went to Tropical Wings Zoo. The children and adults enjoyed looking at different animals like lemurs, wallabies, meerkats, monkeys and birds. The children were able to walk around the tropical butterfly house and had butterflies...

Rocket Seeds Take Off

We are very excited to be conducting an experiment with rocket seeds that have been on an incredible journey, having travelled all the way to space and back. Thousands of schools applied to take part in the experiment organised by the Royal Horticultural Society and...

Scooter Ability Club

The JRSO's felt the need to run a scooter ability club as many children bring their scooters to school and need some reminders of how to travel safely. The weather was fine this Friday so Scooter Ability Club took place. Children from Kingfisher and Woodpecker class...

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