St Patrick's Catholic Primary School

Our After-School Clubs 2021-2022

 

Autumn Term:

The letters for after school clubs went out on Wednesday 8th September and if you have been allocated a place they will begin on Monday 13th September for 6 weeks. There is a small cost for each club, subsidised by our PE and Sports Premium funding.

Autumn 1:      

Archery Club: only 12 places per club due to the nature of the activity (Use of the hall) 6 sessions

Monday 3:30 - 4:30pm for Class 3 and 4 pupils (extra club arranged due to the large numbers of pupils applying for the club)

Tuesday 3:30 - 4:30pm for Class 3 and 4 pupils 

 

Multi- Skills Club: 35 places available (Use of the hall or the playground) 6 sessions

Wednesday 3:30 - 4:30pm for Class 3 and 4 pupils

 

Football Club: 35 places available (Use of the field whenever possible or the hall in vey bad weather conditions) 6 sessions

Thursday 3:30 - 4:30pm for Class 5 and 6 pupils

 

Computing Club: 30 places available (Use of a classroom in school) 6 sessions

Thursday 3:30 - 4:30pm for Class 5 and 6 pupils

 

Dance Club: 35 places available (Use of the hall) 5 sessions (School closed to pupils on 22.10.21 INSET day)

Friday 3:30 - 4:30pm for Class 5 and 6 pupils

 

(The classes invited to the above clubs will change each half term)

 

COMING SOON!!!

  • Once the pupils have settled into the new lunchtime routines we will be arranging a lunchtime dance club for KS1 pupils run by Mrs Walker  

 

Whole School Puzzle Challenge Day:

On Monday 18th October we have arranged a whole school "Puzzle Challenge Day" event. 

The aim of the day is to have fun as well as raise our pupils' own expectations of what they can achieve.

Our pupils will encounter a variety of challenges, most of which can be solved within a few minutes, but which require collaborative learning skills with a careful strategic planning in order to find a solution. If the temptation to give up starts to appear, the programme teaches pupils how to persevere, put their own skills to better use as part of a team and overcome difficulties by approaching problems from a different perspective.

 

Following the Puzzle Day we will be arranging a "Puzzle Club" to continue to support pupils in developing a range of skills and of course have fun together!