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Sir John Heron Primary School

Together we learn. Together we achieve.

School Clubs

We run a variety of school clubs which are very popular.

 

Morning clubs run from 8am and After School clubs run straight after school until 4pm. All children are collected from the main school office at the end of their after school club. It is important to collect your child on time. If a child is picked up late on more than 3 occasions, this may result in the place being withdrawn for your child.

 

Clubs on offer in the Autumn Term 2022 are as follows:

 

MONDAYS

 

Club

Year Group

 

Morning

Y3&4 Football Club

Y3 & 4

Children will enjoy a range of football drills, skills and mini-matches.

After School

Lego and Construction Club

Y1&2

Children will have opportunities to develop social skills and problem-solving skills whilst having fun creating various projects using Lego.

 

TUESDAYS

 

Club

Year Group

 

After School

Y4-6 Girls’ Sports Club

Y4,5,6 (Girls only)

Girls will be encouraged to participate in a range of different sports whilst developing teamwork skills.

 

WEDNESDAYS

 

Club

Year Group

 

Morning

Y5&6 Football Club

Y5&6

Children will enjoy a range of football drills, skills and mini-matches.

 

THURSDAYS

 

Club

Year Group

 

Morning

KS2 Bike and Scooter

Y3,4,5,6

Children will enjoy learning to riding bicycles and scooters, and improve on their current skills.

After School

KS2 Choir

Y3,4,5,6

Children will learn to sing a variety of songs from all around the globe and will work to showcase their skills in the next school concert and outside venues.

After School

Amnesty International

Y3,4,5,6

Amnesty stands up for people whose human rights have been taken away. The club will look at people who are struggling for justice in the world and how we can support them, and urge people in power to do something about an important issue. There will be opportunities for improving debate and expressive arts skills.

 

FRIDAYS

 

Club

Year Group

 

Morning

Y1&2 Bike/Scooter Club

Y1&2

Children will enjoy learning to riding bicycles and scooters, and improve on their current skills.

After School

Lego and Construction Club

Reception

Children will have opportunities to develop social skills and problem-solving skills whilst having fun creating various projects using Lego.

After School

Y1-3 Girls’ Sports Club

Y1,2,3 (Girls only)

Girls will be encouraged to participate in a range of different sports whilst developing teamwork and social skills.

After School

Embroidery Club

Year 4, 5, 6

Children will practise their sewing and cross-stitch skills, where they will be able to make embroidered items, such as pictures, pin cushions, key rings and cards.

 

If you are interested in a place in one of our clubs, please contact the main school office. If we have a place available for your child, we will inform you, otherwise we will add your child to our waiting list.

Sports Club Pictures

Here are some of the clubs we ran in 2019-2020:

 

KS1 Gymnastics (Year 1 & 2 only)

Children will be learning to create different gymnastic shapes and developing gymnastic sequences.

 

Art Club (Y1-3 only)

Children will develop a range of artistic creative skills such as drawing and painting.

 

Digital Leaders Club (Year 3, 4, 5, and 6 only)

The club will involve coding / Minecraft / movie making / music making and photo editing.

 

Football Club (Year 5 - 6 only)

The club will involve playing football games, matches and drills.

 

Ukulele Club (Year 3 only)

Children will have the opportunity to develop their ukulele skills beyond the classroom, and play a variety of different tunes.

 

Cooking Club (Year 2-4 only)

The club will involve learning how to prepare and make some delicious and healthy foods.

 

Girls Minecraft Club (Year 3-4 girls only)

Children will play Minecraft in order to develop their computing skills. Minecraft is an online game filled with exciting landscapes, secrets, wonders and peril! Children will learn to become more confident in their computing skills.

 

Football Club (Year 3 - 4 only)

The club will involve playing football games, matches and drills.

 

Amnesty International (Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 only)

Amnesty stands up for people whose human rights have been taken away. The club will look at people who are struggling for justice in the world and how we can support them, and urge people in power to do something about an important issue. There will be opportunities for improving debate and expressive arts skills.

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