School Clubs

Autumn Term 2016-2017





 First Step - Multi Skills 12.30 - 1pm

 First Step - Sports Club 3.30 - 4.30pm





 First Step Sports 




 Library Club  - 12.40 - 1.10pm


Tigers Trust Sports 3.30 - 4.15pm





Mrs Bower


Tigers Trust


 Year 5/6 Homework Club - 12.30 -  1.10pm

 Library Club - 12.30 - 1.10pm

 Ball Skills Club - 3.30-4.15pm

Gardening Club - 3.30 - 4.15pm


 Yr 5/6



 All (up to 8 pupils)

Mrs Cattle


Mrs Bower

Mrs Trueman

Mrs Turner





 Knitting Club - 12.30 - 1.10pm


Recorders - 3.30 - 4.15pm








Mrs Robinson


Miss Peacock






 Bell Ringing Club - 12.30 - 1.10pm

 (up to 6 children)


Number Club







Mrs Robinson



Mrs Trueman 

To attend the above clubs children require a signed permission slip which also indicates how they will travel home. Their names are on a register, which is checked each week. We do ask that the organiser of the club is informed if a child does not attend.

Bible Study Group

Last term we established a new 'Bible Study Group' as one of our lunchtime clubs,  This has proved popular with many of the children who enjoy discussing the stories of the bible.  Their main focus has been on stories about 'Justice' and 'Truthfulness' this term:  the aim being to explore the value of fairness and honesty.

The Church School Council is now in its second term.  This is a branch of the School Council, focusing specifically on the church school matters, giving pupils a clear voice in how we develop this aspect of the work of the school.

Some pupils were lucky enough to meet Archbishop Sentamu on his pilgrimage of prayer when he arrived in the village last term:  they were given some prayer beads as a memento of the occasion.  Those who attended reported that it was an experience 'not to be missed'.

During the lead up to Easter, we talked about Easter in worship and have added objects to our worship table, including palm crosses, a purple cloth, money and nails to remind us of the Easter story.  We covered the trees outside with decorated eggs to symbolise new life and we took part in a very interactive Easter Service at St Mary's Church.

This half term we are exploring the Christian Values of 'Respect and Reverence' in our Collective Worship and our reflection areas in classrooms.  The children are developing their understanding  of this Christian value, thinking of Bible stories linked to the theme.  As parents and teachers, our examples of respect for each other are critical for our children because they watch not only the media but they are also watching us! 

School Council Letters

Letter to Parents click here Children in Need 2015


We hold many Sports events through our membership with the School Sports Partnership and our link with our feeder Secondary Longcroft School.

Click on this link to view the webpage for School Sports Partnership.