Parents must rebook clubs every half-term. This is to ensure the contact and medical information you provide for your child is up to date. Thank you!
2021. Autumn term 1 club booking
- Club booking opens at 9am on MONDAY 30th August.
- Club booking closes at 5pm on FRIDAY 3rd September.
The booking process via the school website remains unchanged, however a few running procedures have.
- Each club will run with a maximum of 20 or 24 children (club dependent) only, and they will form a ‘club bubble’ Each clubs bubble will be consistent week to week for the half-term
- Children will wash their hands at the start of the club and sanitise with hand gel as they leave
- Children will change in designated areas where necessary
- Collection: please make sure you maintain a safe social distance from other families at collection times. Face coverings should be worn on school grounds.
- Please do not instruct your child to attend an after school club without booking
- Mrs Pell and the Senior Leadership team will review the delivery of clubs to ensure they’re working well for all involved
Booking a club for your child/ ren online is easy!
Click on 'online club booking' to the right if this page (if you are accessing our website from a PC or laptop. It will display differently from a smartphone/ tablet).
1. Enter your child's full name
2. Select your child's class
3. Select all the clubs you wish to book for the child
4. Enter your email address so that email confirmation can be sent
5. Complete medical information
6. You will need to repeat this process for each child
7. If you have booked a club carrying a charge, please make online payment directly to the club organiser immediately. You MUST use your child's name and club as payment reference.
You will receive an email to confirm club booking/s.
If the club is full, the system will not allow you to book a place.
If you do not have access to a computer, tablet or smartphone, please contact Mrs Garford in the school office who will assist you.
Netball: High 5 is a really popular game with children specifically aged 9-11 and a great way to get them into netball. Not only does it teach children the rules of netball but also provides them with more engaging activities when they are off the court with roles such as time keeping and scoring. Introducing the High 5 Netball. Year 6 will already be in their PE kits on a Monday. Layers are recommended to remain warm. Gloves with grips are beneficial.
YDP Running Skills: This club is aimed at Key Stage 2, to support them in developing key running skills; to build up their stamina and to improve their performance. The club is also a great opportunity for the children to work on their general fitness in a welcoming and fun atmosphere. Each week the children will take part in warm-up games, drills, running based games and focused runs/laps and finish with cool down activities. The focused runs/laps challenges allow the children to choose their own target and work towards it with a group of children; the targets the children set are usually linked to pace, stamina and speed
YDP Football: Children will need to wear football kit, shin pads and moulded football boots (not spikes or Astroturf boots). Children play in all weathers so suitable layers are advised. Children need to be collected from the wooden gate to the side of the school.
YDP Quicksticks Hockey: Quicksticks hockey is a team sports and is fun, fast, safe and exciting. Multiple skills are developed whilst playing – physical competence (such as balance, co-ordination, agility and dexterity) and also wider personal skills (such as teamwork, communication, respect, discipline, fairness and pride). The aim is for every child to have fun whilst learning and developing these core skills. Quicksticks have been designed so anyone can pick up a stick and play the game, regardless of previous hockey experience. The aim is to help encourage players of all ages and abilities to have fun, have a positive experience and enjoy being physically active.
YDP Multiskills: Multi Skills is activities based on skill development. This can include activities and games based on running, jumping striking, catching, leaping, kicking, power, strength, agility, balance and hand/eye co-ordination. There are three main areas to be developed through Fundamental Multi-Skills Activities, and they are; Agility, Balance and coordination.