Extended schools provide for a range of services or activities outside of the normal school day to help meet the needs of nursery, primary, secondary and special school children as well as their parents, families and local community. These include clubs, activities, classes and support for learning.
There is no single model of an extended school but extended services are designed primarily to raise standards of achievement and allow children to realise their full potential in an environment where education is valued.
The services offered by extended schools can help you as parents to balance work and family commitments, develop your parenting skills, become involved in your child’s learning and support them in their efforts, and give them a broader range of experiences and interests.
They also enable you and the wider community to make use of the school’s facilities. For example, you could learn more about Information and Communications Technology (ICT) or improve your writing or maths skills.
Schools may also offer services to the local community, such as information about healthy eating and nutrition or advice on managing finances amongst many others.
|Day||Club||Year group||Day and Time of club|
|Monday||International Spanish – eTwinning Projects||Year 4 5 6||3.15 – 4.30|
|Baking Club – Teaching Children to bake cakes, pastries and biscuits by following a strict recipe.||Year 3 4||3.15 – 4.30|
|Skipping/Keep Fit||Year 1||3.15 – 4.15|
|Boys Sports Club||Year 3 4||3.15 – 4.30|
|Tuesday||Spanish Infant – Spanish Through Games||Year 1 2 3||3.15 – 4.30|
|Board Games – Supporting and encouraging children to work in small groups to take turns and share various games.||Year 2 3||3.15 – 4.15|
|Sports Club||Year 5||3.15 – 4.30|
|Wednesday||Origami – Using card and paper to make things||Year 5 6||3:15 – 4:30|
|Baking Club – Teaching Children to bake cakes, pastries and biscuits by following a strict recipe.||Reception. Year 1 2||3.15 – 4.30|
|Dodge Ball – Playing Dodgeball team games. Please bring your PE kit and water||Year 6||3.15 – 4.15|
|Film Club – Showing non mainstream films to engage and stimulate children’s imagination and creativity.||Year 4 5 6||3.15 – 4.30|
|Construction Club – Building structures using a range of materials and resources||Year 1||3.15 – 4.15|
|Coding Club – External provider Teaching children how to write computer code using Scratch and Kodu.||Year 5||3.15 – 4.30|
|Crafts Club – Children socialise and relax while having the opportunity to use a variety of materials to create art work.||Year 1 2||3.15 – 4.15|
|School Football Team Boys||3.15 – 4.30|
|Thursday||Games club – Lego, connect 4, snakes and ladders, charades, Ludo||Year 2||3:15 – 4:30|
|Art, Design and Technology Club – Paintings, sculpture, collage, sewing||Years 4 – 6||3:15 – 4:15|
|Mad science club KS2 – Science club with external staff delivering sessions. Activities will involve experiments and will further the children’s understanding of the Science Curriculum.||Year 3 4 5 6||3.15 – 4.15|
|Mad science club KS1 – Science club with external staff delivering sessions.
Activities will involve experiments and will further the children’s understanding of the Science Curriculum.
|Year 1 2 3||3.15 – 4.15|
|Debate Club – Philosophy for Children sessions – looking at a stimulus and using it to generate a question that the children then debate.||Year 2 – 6||3.15 – 4.30|
|Board Games – Supporting and encouraging children to work in small groups to take turns and share various games.||Reception||3.15 – 4.15|
|Non-Contact Boxing – External provider Using Boxing as a way of keeping children fit and instilling discipline. Please bring your PE kit to every session.||3.15 – 4.30|
|Singing, Dancing & Drama – Sing songs, learn dances, move to music, and do drama activities. As well as learning and singing lots of song the children will practice their drama skills through different fun activities, including moving to different pieces of music.||Year 4 5||3.15 – 4.30|
|School Football Team Girls||3.15 – 4.30|