In school we want you to be be challenged and engaged by activities which, excite your imagination, advance your understanding and extends the boundaries of your lives. We want you to enjoy and make sense of the world through learning that gives you the opportunity to encounter a wide range of physical, expressive and creative activities. While you do all of these things in class, participating in our many School Clubs can help you to get even more out of life.
Whatever the weather our intrepid footballers can be found training on Tuesday's after school. Don't forget those shin pads!
Once the Christmas Performance is out of the way and Drama and Stage Craft Clubs take a well earned break, its time for our dancers to take to the stage. An excellent way to communicate, celebrate and share ideas as well as keeping fit, our dancers work hard in preparation for their participation in the Wally Cain Sefton Schools Contemporary Dance Festival which is held at the Southport Theatre and Convention Centre each Summer. This Annual Festival is an important event for many primary, special and secondary schools. Last year forty two schools participated, involving over 1000 young people.
Change4Life aims to help children make small, sustainable yet significant improvements to their diet and activity levels. It uses the slogan "eat well, move more, live longer" and this is something we try to do in school for both KS1 and KS2 at the Change4Life Club and during all of our other physical activities.
Share books, read books, talk about books, if you love to read then come along to the Library and join the fun.
At Minecraft Club children come together to enjoy a common creative playground which is safe and enjoyable and encourages collaboration. It is great to see the children work together in the virtual work while communicating, cooperating and socialising in the real world! It is great for children of different ages and abilities to work together, while enjoying the chance to have more expertise than the teachers!!
As well as our week 'Book Club' the children in Year 6 are being Reading Role Models for the children in Year 1 by running their own 'Story Club' The children are invited to the School Library on Monday lunchtime to share a good book or just curl up and listen to a good story! Nothing better than being read to! Well done Year 6!
A game of skill and strategy, Chess teaches you so many important thinking skills. Come along on Tuesday afternoons and join Andrew our very on chess master!
Thursday lunchtime tune into Piano Club! Join Ms Sharp and try your hand on the keyboard!