We aim to offer a range of optional clubs to suit different ages and interests. Clubs led by our staff are free to join whilst those run by external providers usually incur a small charge.
Upcoming after-school clubs for Term 1: Football for years 1-4, Cricket for years 3-6 and Musical Theatre club for years 1-6. More information within our Clubs letter.
We regret that due to the impact of Covid, we are currently running a limited selection of clubs and are working to build our range of clubs back up again – if you are an external provider who is interested in running a club at our school, please contact email@example.com
All clubs are promoted via the Club letter which is sent out each half term. Full details of how to book after-school clubs are included in the letter. Please also see our Extra-Curricular Clubs policy for further general information.
Please see below for a list of clubs that we have run in the past
Archaeology runs for six weeks during term 3 and is led by an archaeologist from English Heritage. The club takes place after school and combines Science, History and Art & Craft in an enjoyable collaborative environment. This club is currently unavailable.
Art and Craft Club
This is a Thursday lunchtime club for KS1 pupils run by a parent during the winter months. Children use seasonal materials to design and create attractive ornaments and keepsakes. There is a small charge for materials. This club is currently unavailable.
Bath Rugby’s lunch time club (outdoors during the winter months) aims to develop the core skills of catching, throwing and hand-eye coordination. Drawing on England Rugby’s core values, the club teaches understanding of the game of rugby. Pupils will enjoy physical and mental well-being through active teamwork. Be prepared to get wet and muddy! See the club letter for up-to-date information.
Members of our church community bring a wide array of traditional and modern board games to play with children on Tuesday lunchtimes through the winter months. All age groups can take part. Children should let their class teacher know if they would like to be considered. This club is currently unavailable.
Mrs Chapman leads Book Group at lunch time. The aim of the club is to introduce children to books they may not otherwise come across. We have recently read Charlie Changes into a Chicken, The Little Prince, The Diddakoi, and Emil and the Detectives. Each time we begin a new book, new children are invited to join. See the club letter for up-to-date information.
During Lent, Mrs Hobbs invites children of all ages to join her for fifteen minutes of thinking, reflection and prayer on Wednesdays at lunchtime. Each week the meditation will focus on an aspect of Jesus’s life. The sessions promote a sense of inner calm and peace, and will help children to learn deep thinking skills to use in RE lessons. See the club letter for up-to-date information.
Mrs Knight’s dance based exercise club is a fun way to keep fit to a variety of songs. No dance experience needed – just a love of music and movement. See the club letter for up-to-date information.
This six-week club in the summer months is a fun, fast and energetic programme for 8-11 year olds led by Wiltshire Cricket. Children can learn and develop the skills of cricket leading to a life-long love of the game. Takes place on the field after school. Maximum 16 pupils. Please note that in the event of very wet weather, the club may have to be cancelled. See the club letter for up-to-date information.
Dinosaur Club runs for six weeks during term 2 and is led by an archaeologist from English Heritage. The club takes place after school on Wednesdays and combines Science, History and Art & Craft in an enjoyable collaborative environment. This club is currently unavailable.
This after school club is run by Mr Phillips, a former professional player with many years of coaching experience. The club will feature a mix of skills training and fun matches. Pupils should wear school PE kit and shin pads. See the club letter for up-to-date information.
Mrs McDowall runs Gardening Club in the warmer months. The aim of the club is to develop an understanding of how to care for plants, growing flowers and vegetables from seed. We help to maintain more established plants within the school grounds. Our mini apple orchard yields over 200 apples! See the club letter for up-to-date information.
SATs and VIP Breakfast Club
This is an after-school club for Year 6 pupils in the weeks leading up to the KS2 SATs (Standard Assessment Tests). Pupils are helped to practise the knowledge and skills that will help them to optimise their outcomes in the reading, spelling, grammar and maths papers. During the SATs, we provide a magnificent breakfast spread for our VIPs (year 6) from 8:15am. Attendance at both clubs is optional.
Our club is run by an LTA qualified coach. In each session an element of core skills is worked on before a tennis related skill and we finish with a fun game. The lessons are termly and run with a theme on one aspect of tennis which is usually aimed at the level of ability of the group. Outside during the warmer months. See the club letter for up-to-date information.
Training sessions help pupils prepare for upcoming competitive tournaments. Attendance is by invitation and is usually aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils. The sessions are free and end at 4:15pm. See the club letter for up-to-date information.