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Sports Clubs


  • Games Club (KS2)

Tuesday – no clubs available


  • ‘Wednesday Club’ – 5 week blocks of various sporting activities


  • Fitness Fun (KS1)


  • Games Club (KS2)

Games Club

Every Monday and Friday, a group of enthusiastic children attend a ‘Games’ after school club run by Sporting Futures.  The aim of this club is to improve knowledge and performance within different game situations and to also improve fitness levels. At the club the children perform specific drills to improve their fitness, teamwork and communication skills.

Fitness Fun

This year,  the children have taken part in a fitness after school club, which looks to encourage physical activity and promote a healthy lifestyle. At the club, children play a variety of games that involved teamwork and competitive activities. Individuals are learning to improve sporting skills such as balance, co-ordination, agility and speed and are encouraged to participate in healthy activities outside of school.

‘Wednesday Club’

On Wednesdays, selected children participate in a range of activities on a rotational 5-week block. The club encourages and develops core skills in a variety of sporting activities and team work.

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