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Breakfast Club

 

Breakfast club takes place every day from 8am until the beginning of the school day. Children can enjoy a nutritious breakfast and play games with their friends.

Fees: £3.50 per child

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After School Club

 

We offer an After School Club on site daily aimed at working parents. Children will be offered a variety of delicious snacks and play with their friends in a safe environment, looked after by our qualified members of staff.

After school club begins at the end of the school day and ends at 6pm. sharp.

Fees: £10 per child per day. Siblings benefit of a reduced £9 fee.

Before School Clubs

 

Tuesday: - Cross country- Years 3-6

Lunchtime Clubs - Autumn Term

 

Monday: Gardening, Table Tennis, Barnaby

 

Tuesday: Newspaper, Barnaby, Change for Life

 

Wednesday: Bananagram, Barnaby

 

Thursday:  Gardening, Barnaby

 

Friday: Barnaby, Basketball

 

 

 

After School Activities

 

Monday:  Boys Football Years 5 and 6, Street Dance Key Stage 2

 

Tuesday:  Gymnastics, Drama Key Stage 2, Minecraft Year 3

 

Wednesday:  Girls Football Years 4 to 6 with Tottenham Hotspur, Scrapbooking 

                      Years 4 and 5, Dance Key Stage 1

 

Thursday: Karate, Tag Rugby Years 4 and 5, Science Years 1 to 6, Reading Café

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Friday:   Karate, Basketball

 

 

Art Club

Year 1 children love to make puppets at lunchtime.

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Barnaby Nurture Sessions

Mrs Dyer runs the very popular Barnaby Nurture Sessions daily. The first one is from 12.30 to 13.00 and it is aimed at our KS1 children. The second one is from 13.00 to 13.30 for our KS2 students. The aim is to promote self-esteem and friendship amongst peers. Children  enjoy a range of activities and games.
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Gardening Club

 

Mrs Schroder runs our popular Garden Club on Monday and Thursday at lunchtime for KS2 pupils.  The children are taught the skills needed to grow flowers and vegetables, from the sowing of the seeds to the flowering and harvesting of their plants. There are also fruit trees and strawberry plants in the courtyard, where the club is held. The addition of the greenhouse this year has been a great help in giving our plants an early start, so that we can harvest our produce before the summer holidays. 

We have recently been awarded a level 3 certificate from the RHS Campaign for School Gardening.  rhs.org.uk/schoolgardening. We are now working towards our level 4.

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