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Here's a flavour of clubs and activities which are available for Junior School pupils during break times and after school.

Some clubs are available all the year round, eg. Chess Club and Judo Club, many are seasonal, eg Sports Clubs, and others are offered to one or two year groups for just one term, eg. Drama Club.

Be creativeJunior School club creations

  • Art Club (various year groups)
  • Challenge Club (Y3)
  • Design Engineering Clubs (Y5 & Y6)
  • Knitting Club (Y6)
  • Photography Club (Y6)
  • Drama Clubs (Y4-Y6)

Make music

  • Aural Club (Y3-Y6)
  • Boys' Choirs (Y3 & Y4 and Y5 & Y6)
  • Girls' Choirs (Y3 & Y4 and Y5 & Y6)Junior School choir
  • Concert Band (Y5 & Y6)
  • Jazz Band (Y5 & Y6)
  • Chamber Ensembles (various year groups)

Get active

  • Running Club (Y5 & Y6)
  • Netball Clubs (Y3-Y6)Junior school hockey
  • Hockey Clubs (Y3-Y6)
  • Football Clubs (Y3-Y6)
  • Cricket Clubs (Y3 & Y4 and Y5 & Y6)
  • Tennis Clubs (Y3-Y6)
  • Gym Clubs (Y3 & Y4 and Y5 & Y6)
  • Judo Club (Y4-Y6)
  • Fencing Club (Y5 & Y6)
  • Scottish Dancing (Y4-Y6)

Or something different...Junior school different clubs

  • Science Clubs (Y4-Y6)
  • Chess Club (Y3-Y6)
  • History Club (Y3)
  • General Knowledge/Quiz Clubs (Y5 & Y6)
  • Mindfulness (various year groups)
  • Inspire Me Talks (Y6)
  • Mandarin Club (Y3 & Y4)
  • Spanish Club (Y3)
  • Visits to Gardens and Museums (Y4)
About our clubs 
Our clubs provide opportunities to further existing interests and foster talents and the bonus is that everyone discovers completely new ways of spending free time, having fun and being challenged.

Most clubs are held on a weekly basis during lunch break or after school, others are held in the morning, either before lessons begin or during break, and a few are special ‘one-off’ events when pupils welcome a speaker into school or visit a nearby place of interest.

As the focus of some clubs is a music or drama performance or preparation for sports fixtures, attendance is compulsory for approximately a term, but pupils are encouraged to sample as many clubs as they like so attendance can be for a few sessions or on a ‘drop-in’ basis if there is no such focus.                    

Junior and Senior School teachers deliver the majority of our clubs, for which there is no charge; the remainder are delivered by external coaches, who charge on a termly basis. Clubs are generally open to pupils in one or two year groups but a few, such as Chess and Judo, are open to all four year groups.

music 
Choirs, chamber groups, jazz band and concert band are just some of the clubs that give pupils a chance to develop their musical skills. These are led by Foundation music teachers who know each pupil's level of skill and confidence.
sport
 
Sport is a large part of what's on offer and pupils develop their skills in a range of club sessions. We believe that sport is for everyone so clubs are open to those who wish to attend. With a host of fixtures scheduled throughout the year there are many opportunities for pupils to represent the Foundation in tournaments and competitions.

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