Clubs FAQs

My child wants to attend an internal, teacher-led, after school club. What do they have to do?
Your child will be told about the clubs at the start of every term.  They will then have a couple of days to sign up on the club’s ‘interest’ list. In school, the children who have signed up on the list will then be given a permission slip to bring home, get signed and return to school.  Some clubs are limited to numbers to if it is over subscribed the permission slips will be put into a ‘hat’ and names drawn out.

For further details, please look at the procedures for signing up for teacher-led after school clubs which is located under clubs in the ‘Our school’ section of this website.

My child wants to attend an internal, teacher-led, lunchtime club. What do they have to do?
Your child will be informed when and where the club takes place in an assembly and on the school newsletter and they should just go along on the appropriate day/time.

My child wants to attend an external, privately-run, after school club (e.g. Cricket). What do I have to do?
You will need to contact the organisation that runs the club directly.  Contact details etc. can be found for each club on the clubs overview document (Go to Our School---Clubs---Clubs on this year).

What happens if my child does not turn up to their internal, teacher-led, after school club?
If your child is absent from school the teacher will mark them absent from the club.  If they are unable to attend a club your child must tell the teacher who registers the club before the club starts.

If the teacher does not receive prior notice they will endeavour to make contact with the parent to check the child is safe.  Please be aware, as stated in our club rules, that a child not turning up to a club and not giving any prior reason/notice will result in a ‘black mark’.  Two black marks will result in the child losing their place in the club.

What clubs are available? What year groups can go? When do they start?
At the beginning of each term, the list of clubs up and running for that term is sent out. The list details what clubs are on, which year groups they are for and the day and time they run.   


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