In Spring 1 these are our After School Clubs:
Year 3/4 French club (Monday)
Year 5/6 Dance club (Monday)
Years 1/2 Phonics (Wednesday)
Years 1/2 Small World Story box club (Wednesday)
Years 3/4 Athletics club (Wednesday)
Years 5/6 Reading club (Wednesday)
Year 2 Outdoor activities club (Thursday)
Years 3/4 Targeted Maths club (Thursday)
We run a variety of clubs each half term for different age groups and interests.
When a club is due to begin a letter will be sent home to allow you to put forward your child’s name. Some clubs will have limited numbers and you will be informed by staff if your child has been allocated a place. We aim to offer all children the opportunity to participate in a club, if numbers mean that we are oversubscribed for a particular club any children not offered a place will be put on the list for the next available club.
We continue to work hard on ensuring a balance of choices across different ages of children and also different types of activities to provide children with an introduction to a range of clubs that they may wish to pursue further outside of school. We are also continuing to offer most clubs over one half-term to ensure that we maximise the number of children who are able to participate across the school. All of our clubs rely on staff volunteers to run them outside of their other after school commitments and meetings, so we are proud of the choice and variety we are able to offer.
If you have any further questions or queries about the clubs, please contact your class teacher .
After our continued success in competitive sports events, we are pleased to provide our children and parent/carers with a list of external sport and dance clubs in Nottingham.
Please follow the links to the individual clubs own website where indicated.
Basketball: www.nottsbasketball.co.uk - A full list of clubs in the Nottingham area is available on the clubs section of this website.
Most clubs will accept children from age 5 upwards.
Two local clubs listed are:
Nottingham Wildcats, Greenwood Road, NG3 7EB.Telephone:0115 9150108
Mapperley Basketball Club, Ransome Road, Ransome Drive, Mapperley, NG3 5LR Telephone 07940 361961
Athletics: www.nottsac.co.uk - Clink onto "Join U"s for more information. The club accepts children from age 8 upwards. Satellite clubs are located around the city plus the main base at Harvey Hadden Sports Village in Bilborough.
Cricket: www.littlewickets.com - A excellent website listing coaching for children aged 2.5 plus and also provision for holiday clubs/camps.
Gymnastics: www.robinhoodgymnastics.co.uk A locally based and very well subscribed club catering for all age groups.
Football: http://www.findafootballteam.info/teamlist/?q=1&p=41&m=3-Nottingham - This is a general website that lists Junior clubs in Nottingham with direct links to the club's websites.
Tennis: Nottingham Tennis centre
http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/leisure-centres-and-sport/find-a-leisure-centre/nottingham-tennis-centre/ - A nationally recognised facility catering for all age groups from 3 upwards.
Rugby: http://www.nottinghamrl.co.uk/juniors/ The website for Nottingham Outlaws where the men's team is coached by our very own Mr Strachan! Their Junior team accepts children from Year 3 upwards.
http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/mellishrfcltd - Mellish Rugby Club is another locally based club. They accept children from Year 2 upwards.
Netball: https://hucknall.cylex-uk.co.uk/company/cobra-netball-club-17883602.html - Hucknall Netball Club provides opportunities for all children from age 5 upwards.
Dance: http://www.nottinghamdance.co.uk/Nottingham_Theatre_Dance_School/Welcome.html - A dance school based in Carlton. They accept children from aged 3 upwards.
Dance Divaz - dance classes for children and adults at Arnold Welfare Centre.
Arnold Eagles Girls and Ladies Football Club - Contact Steve Weatherby on 07976 810212
If you have any questions please feel free to speak to me in person.