Clubs and Activities
Pupils have the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of clubs and activities after school.
Sensei Eddie instructs students children from Year 2 upwards in Karate every Thursday from 4pm - 5pm.
Football Club takes place at Trailfinders from 4pm - 5pm every Friday for children from Year 1 upwards.
Coding Club is every Monday from 4pm-5pm. Children become more familiar and confident with ICT. Older children are able to use a range of programs to carry out their own projects.
In Art Club children carry out a range of projects. Recently some children have been creating books filled with different textures and stitching on the theme of 'Seasons'.
An introduction to the Spanish language on a Friday afternoon with Mrs Dominguez sees the basics of the language explored using a variety of methods.
Children are learning guitar with Mrs Wilson every Tuesday from 4pm to 5pm.
Miss Wilson runs a Junior Choir for children in Reception up to Year 2 every Wednesday from 3.30pm to 4pm. Senior Choir, for children in Year 3 or above is on Thursday from 4pm - 5pm.
Book Club runs for Years 5 & 6 and takes place once a week at lunchtime. It began in the Spring of 2014.
English Club is run for Years 5 & 6 once a week at lunchtime. It began in the Autumn Term of 2013.
Chess Club operates on a Friday afternoon and sees skilled chess players visit the school and oversee an hour of friendly competition.
Drama club is an exciting opportunity for pupils to develop their acting and creative skills through mime, improvisation and script in a fun yet structured atmosphere. A theme is chosen every half term which allows for individual, paired and group work. Time is allocated for performance and evaluation. Recent ventures have been based on the media and our environment.Children develop their performing skills every Wednesday from 4pm - 5pm with Ms Graver.
Homework club takes place every night from 4pm - 5pm. It is supervised by a teacher who provides support during the session.
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