We believe that extra-curricular clubs are and important part of school life. They offer lots of opportunities for children to develop talents, pursue interests, try something new and socialise with different children. All of our teachers and teaching assistants give their time to run clubs after school or at lunchtime and there is always a wide variety to choose from. Often our choice of clubs consists of: football, gymnastics, yoga, art, cookery, craft, gardening and wildlife, fitness circuits, ball games, reading, computing, streetdance, colouring and Lego. We sometimes also have alternative sports clubs such as cricket, rounders, rugby or athletics. Clubs are almost always free of charge to attend.