After School Clubs

We offer a wide selection of After School Clubs and most of these are open for an hour after the normal school core time.  Some clubs run at lunchtime and we even have some early morning clubs.  Clubs run every day but some are by invitation only or for specific key stages. The clubs change from term to term and letters are sent out at the end of each term outlining the range of options for the following term.  Examples of activities are: art and craft based clubs, a variety of sports clubs depending upon season, gardening, indoor activities such as film and board games and musical activities.  We try to try to respond to children’s requests when deciding what clubs to run.

While we make every effort to accommodate all applicants, the clubs do have limited places and applications are dealt with on a first come first served basis.

To get an updated list of what clubs are currently on offer please follow the link to the parents’ letter at the foot of this page.

Here is a taster of what’s on offer:

Bee Active Sports Club
Bee Active run an after school sports club for KS2 children on a Tuesday which targets different sports every term. Sports so far have included: cricket, rounders and indoor athletics. We use this club to train for inter-school competitions.

Drama Club 
One of our most popular clubs is “Take the Stage”, a music and drama club which puts on performances throughout the year.   Indeed, such is its popularity that we have now started a KS1 “Take the Stage” for our budding 5 to 7 year old actors and singers.

Mini Take the Stage (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2)
Children sing and dance along to a range of familiar songs, including those from Young Voices. In the lead up to Christmas and other events throughout the year, children also perform seasonal songs.  We try to let children choose the songs to learn.

Fitness Fun
We do a range of physical activities to music, including sit-ups, press-ups, cardio, squats etc.

Netball club (KS2)
Learn the skills of netball and develop a tactical awareness of the game.

Homework club
It is open to anyone in Key Stage Two. Members of homework club have the opportunity to complete a piece of their homework each week that has been set by their teacher . Laptops are also available so that any research tasks or mymaths tasks can be completed.

Football Club
Boys and girls learn football skills and have the chance to play in matches.

Application forms for the school clubs: