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School Clubs

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SCHOOL CLUBS

 

A variety of after school clubs are organised and run by members of staff, parents, governors and external coaches.

 

After School clubs generally run for 10 weeks each term from 3.10-4.10 and parents will be notified as to when they will start each term. Lunch time clubs run from 12.30 - 12.50.  There may be a fee for a club or a nominal charge for refreshments. 

 

Clubs for 2020-2021

 

Breakfast Club

Runs from 7.45am to the start of school.

Bookings and payment, which can be made via ParentPay, can be made via the office or by completing the Breakfast Club Form.

 

Lunch Clubs

Monday: Drawing with Miss Wheatley

Tuesday: Multi skills for Y2-4 with Luke Shipley

Wednesday: Computer club with Mr Howard

Thursday: KS1 number with Mrs Andrews

Friday: Table Tennis with Mrs Podraza

 

After School   

Monday:            Football for Y2-4 - Mr Howard and the sports captains

Tuesday:           Multi skills sports - with Luke Shipley

 

School visits

Throughout the year classes go out on various visits based on the school curriculum including developing the school values.

 

Past outings have included trips to:

 

  • Salisbury Cathedral 
  • New Barn, Dorchester (Residential)
  • Imperial War Museum London
  • Beaulieu Motor Museum
  • Stonehenge
  • Wilton House
  • The Ancient Technology Centre - Cranborne (Residential)
  • Dorchester
  • Longleat
  • Avon Tyrrell
  • Sevington Victorian School
  • Hooke Court, Beaminster (Residential)
  • Christchurch Harbour
  • New Forest
  • Lulworth Cove
  • Stourhead
  • Brownsea Island
  • Fovant Badges
  • Tisbury Evacuation by train from Salisbury

 

Parents may be asked for a contribution towards the costs of making these trips.

 

Not all the outings are long distance. Local visits are made to help the children gain a better understanding of their environment. For example, children have worked with the National Trust building bird boxes, taken walks in the park and cooked outside as well as many other activities.

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