We offer the following school clubs across the day, including some lunchtimes and after school
3.30 – 4.45pm
Run by Woody’s Sports Academy (WSA) Our after-school sessions run after the school day has finished, between 3.30 – 4.45. The club is for girls and boys of all abilities and aims for children to express themselves, whilst learning in a fun and safe environment. Woody’s Sports Academy deals directly with all aspects regarding the after-school programme including payments and collection arrangements.
Games club operates for half an hour, for Y3 pupils. The focus of the club is to support and develop the children’s communication, social and turn taking skills, how to manage feelings when a game is lost and how to be a gracious winner! This club is led by a TA and supported by Y5 pupils. Specific children are encouraged to attend e.g. as part of their SEND provision.
3.30 – 4.30pm
Multi sports after school club, run by expert sports coach from All for Sport
Lego club is run by Mrs Williams for children in Y1 12.15-12.45 and for children in Y3 12.45-1.15.
This club helps the children with fine motor skills, speaking and listening opportunities and being creative!
After school 3.30-4.30pm
Choir for Years 5 and 6: children are invited to join the inclusive choir which meets weekly after school. Vocal training means that children learn to sing together and perform to a high standard. Songs range from classical, to musicals, jazz and popular music and rap. Children sing solos, small ensembles, and often sing in 2 or 3-part harmony. Performance opportunities historically include school concerts for the school and choir members’ families, joining with other schools to sing at the Arts Depot in the Barnet schools music festival, St Alban’s Abbey diocesan harvest festival. Other performances have included carol singing in East Barnet village and local care home along with joining a 200 strong pupil choir at the Royal Albert Hall, and singing with other London schools for charity at the O2 Arena.
Crochet Club for Y6 pupils, run by a very talented TA. Children develop new crochet skills and learn how crochet is not only a creative and practical skill but is also very therapeutic.