School Clubs

Sports Clubs

We currently have sports clubs running in school at lunchtimes and after school to suit different ages and interests. These are the clubs currently on offer this term:

Autumn Term 2017

Day Session Club/Session
Wednesday Lunchtime Year 5/6 Football Team
Wednesday After School KS2 Boxercise
Thursday After School KS2 Gymnastics
Friday After School KS2 Multisports

Letters about clubs are sent out at the start of each term and places are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please see Mrs Palmer for more information.

Breakfast Reading Club

Enjoying breakfast whilst reading with your children is what happens at our Breakfast Reading Club.

Parents and carers read alongside their children whilst having breakfast. Responses from pupils and parents have always been good and the popularity of the activity has grown over the past few terms

Comments from parents include:

  • "it’s nice to spend time with my child and listen to them read"
  • "we don’t always have time at home but this is quality time"

Check our diary dates for the next Breakfast Reading Club and come along.

 
 
 

Computer Club

Computing Game Wagon club now runs every Thursday after school until 4.30pm. This is a coding club based upon the website Scratch. Year one children are currently practising logging onto the computers and using scratch.

 

Cooking Club

Year 6 children are enjoying Cooking Club.

Every Monday the children are preparing and cooking different foods. They are learning basic skills such as chopping, cutting, peeling and grating. Tasty food on the menu: macaroni cheese, savoury and sweet scones, cupcake decorating and their own Christmas cakes.

Year 6 will make excellent Chefs when they grow up!

Drama Club

New Hall runs a drama club for Key Stage 2 for three half terms of the academic year.

In this time, pupils are encouraged to investigate topical issues that are or may be happening in schools, such as bullying and worrying about academia or friends.

Drama club pupils research the topic and are an integral part of the devising process, from writing the script to staging. They then perform in school assemblies and on the field at lunchtimes, so other pupils can learn from them. They have been roaring successes.


We research the issue and type up the script.
 
We film ourselves using iPads to see where we need to improve our speaking skills.

Grandparents Reading Club

Grandparents Reading Club happens on a regular basis where grandparents come into school to read with their grandchildren.

There are a range of books to choose from our school library and a good time is had by all! Pupils enjoy sharing a book on a one-to- one basis with their grandparent and it is always a calming and relaxing atmosphere.