“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

Amazing Art

Children from Key Stage Two have been enjoying the Art club being offered by Miss Jones and Mrs Kite. The children have developed their drawing techniques using wax crayons. They have created wax resist fish and water scenes using tissue paper. [gallery...

Forest Schools

The children in Kingfisher Class braved the cold weather today for their first Forest Schools session with Orchard Barns. The children built dens, climbed trees, made mud pies and searched for bugs. The children had lots of fun, learning and exploring in the outside...

Magic Ian

ABC Pre - school invited the children in Kingfisher Class to see 'Magic Ian'. Magic Ian was very funny and he did lots of magic tricks. The children in Kingfisher Class could not stop laughing. Thank you ABC Pre - school for inviting us, we had lots of fun. [gallery...

Sugarcraft & Chocolate Logs

The PTA had organised six weeks of Christmas Crafts, which included  a visit to Hall Farm to see Father Christmas, making cards, snowmen place mats, Christmas Tree decorations and candles.  The 'Messy Church' also ran a session making lots of different Christmas...

Owls Trip to Colchester Castle

On Thursday the Owls made the short trip to Colchester to visit the Castle. The children have been learning about the Romans for the past two weeks in class and greatly enjoyed their visit. We had the opportunity to try on different Roman costumes, build a Roundhouse...

Traffic Survey

Kingfisher Class walked to the village green to conduct a survey of the traffic. The children were very excited and waited patiently for vehicles to go pass, listening carefully. When they saw a vehicle they made a mark on their chart. They saw cars, lorries, vans and...

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