St Patrick's Catholic Primary Academy

Our After-School Clubs 2022-2023





 There is a small weekly cost for each club which is subsidised by our PE and Sports Premium funding.


Over the year different year groups will be able to access the range of after school clubs.

A letter will be sent out explaining what clubs are available and they can be booked by making the payment over Parent Pay and sending in a reply slip. Once the club is full the option to pay will be removed.      

The range of clubs include:

Computing Club for KS1 and 2 pupils: 24 places available (Tuesdays or Thursdays, in a classroom)


Reception or KS1 Multi Skills: up to 24 places available (use of field/playground whenever possible or the hall in bad weather)


Year 3/4 or Y5/6 Football for boys or girls up to 30 places available (use of the field/playground or the hall, weather dependent)


KS2 Athletics / Cross Country Club: up to 30 places available (Use of field and woodland or playground according to weather)




Y3/4 or Y5/6 Basketball / Netball club for boys and girls:  Up to 30 places (Use of the playground or hall according to weather)




After School Clubs held over the year:

Football - KS2: Y3, 4, 5, 6 - boys and girls

Multi-skills - KS1: Y1, 2 pupils

Computing club - KS2: Y3, 4, 5, 6, KS1: Y1, 2

Archery club: KS2: Y3, 4, 5, 6

Fencing club: KS2: Y3, 4, 5, 6

Dance club: KS2: Y5, 6

Netball/Basketball: KS2: Y3, 4, 5, 6


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.