“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

Museum of East Anglian Life

Museum of East Anglian Life

On Thursday 7th November Kingfisher Class went on their trip to the Museum of East Anglian Life. The children were very excited when they saw they were travelling on a double decker coach. The children took part in their learning session. The children listened...

A Rather Regal Day Out

A Rather Regal Day Out

On Friday 8th November, Swans took a trip out to Framlingham Castle. We couldn't resist a trip to the Castle on the Hill as Queen Mary I resided there in 1553. We had a good look around the castle, and the children were brilliant at looking at the evidence in the...

Games Club

Games Club

Children from Year One and Two joined Miss Jones for 'Games Club' on Thursday after school. The children learnt how to  play different board games. The children listened carefully to instructions and took turns. Lots of fun and laughter. [gallery...

Scooter Ability Club

Scooter Ability Club

The children were very excited as it was the first Scooter Ability Club. The children listened carefully to the instructions that were given and the safety rules they needed to follow. The children took it in turns to scoot in a straight line pushing with their foot...

Archaeology Club

This half term, Mrs Marshall is running a lunchtime Archaeology club for children in Owls and Swans classes. Over the last two weeks, the children had to work together to chip dinosaur bones out of rock. It was very difficult, and took them a long time. Once all the...

National Forestry Day

National Forestry Day

On Thursday 21st March we celebrated ‘National Forestry Day’ with the children from Orchard Barns. They sent us a letter inviting us to take part in a bug house building competition. The children worked in groups creating a bug home. They collected different materials...

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