Each half term our staff volunteer to run free after school clubs for the children. Recently we have had various sports including kick-boxing, football, gym; art and design, lego, library, French, cookery, allotment and much more. Take a look at some of the exciting activities they have taken part in:
Article 15: Every child has the right to meet with other children and to join in groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.
ECO-BRICK CLUB WITH LINDSAY
It’s a new term and a new team who are continuing our great work to make an eco bench with Eco-bricks.
ECO-BRICK CLUB WITH KIRSTY AND LINDSAY
The children have made a fantastic start to their eco-bricks. After finding out what eco-bricks are and how we could use them, we have decided as a group to make a bench for the playground.
OUTDOORS CLUB WITH KIRSTY AND LINDSAY
Following training that both Kirsty and Lindsay attended they were very excited to share their camp fire skills. The children showed great responsibility and respect to help keep everyone safe and throughly enjoyed munching on their toasted marshmallows.
This term in outdoors club the children have worked fantastically hard to improve our mindful maze. They have helped to weed and clean the area whilst having great fun searching for minibeasts. The children also worked together to create a wind chime from recycled materials.
COOKING CLUB WITH YASMIN
STORY TELLING CLUB WITH KIRSTY
ALLOTMENT CLUB WITH MICHELLE AND LINDSAY
In our first trip back to the allotment after the Easter break, we transferred the carrots that Year 2 had planted from small pots into the ground. We also caught up on a little bit of weeding!
This week the children planted some onions. They also watered the carrot plants they planted the week before and did an amazing job at weeding and clearing a huge area, ready to do more planting next week.
Arriving this week at the allotment we were kindly greeted by an allotment neighbour who asked the children if they would like some bean plants he had. The children were excited and very grateful. At the end of last week the reception classes planted some of the beans from their classes so they were added to them. We also divided the area they prepared the week before and planted some cauliflower, beetroot and peas!