After School Clubs
A programme of after school activities for secondary pupils takes place after school, 3.00p.m. – 4.15p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Any secondary aged pupil can participate with their parent’s permission.
A list of activities is sent home at the beginning of the half-term with a booking form. The school makes a charge of £1.00 for each session to cover the cost of materials and refreshments. Such activities include Sports Club and ICT Club.
A programme of after school activities for primary pupils, runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays 3.00p.m. – 4.15p.m. Parents are sent a list of activities at the beginning of each half term and can then book the sessions they wish their child to attend. The school charges £1.00 per session when the booking is made, to cover refreshments and any materials required for the activity.
Wednesday Sports Club – Key Stage 2, 3 & 4
A variety of sporting activities are arranged and run between 3.00pm – 4.15pm in the Sports Hall. The cost is £1.00 per session which must be booked in advance.
Parents are responsible for the transportation of their child after clubs and for informing the usual transport that 3.00 p.m. pick up is not required.
School teams participate in Football Competitions, Swimming Galas, Cross Country and Athletics meetings held for similar Schools in the SE and SW of the County.
After School Extended Care
3:00pm-7:00pm tERM tIME
After school extended care is a service for parents, providing short term respite. Pupils can stay for after school care Tuesday – Friday during term time from 3.00 p.m. – 7.00 p.m. This is £8.00 per hour and social care direct payments can be used.
A timetable indicating which groups can use this service on which night is sent home each month for parents to book. Children take part in a variety of activities, sometimes playing in the sports hall, swimming or just relaxing. Children are given a hot meal and drink as part of their stay.
Parents are responsible for collecting children at the end of the evening.
SNAC ( Special Needs Activity Club )
This holiday club is for young people who need considerable additional support to access holiday activities. It is only for pupils of the school who attend the Autistic Resource Bases and require specialist additional staffing to enable them to access activities. A booking form is available from the School Office.