Extra Curricular

After School Clubs

After School Clubs are booked and paid for termly. Please see your ParentMail to fill in forms and pay online in the shop (either via your email or, even better, using the ParentMail App).


All Clubs are £5 per child per session, apart from Football (£2) and Harp (£8). To secure a place, please pay termly in advance.

(Note: Advanced Art will require a additional termly payment of £10 for specialist materials). 

Lower School:

MONDAY -Art and Sculpture- (Class 1-4). Explore seasonal festivals from around the world through art and sculpture using a range of different materials. A really fun group to start the week, the group links in with the festivals celebrated in school and deepens children's sense of their meaning. With experienced arts educator Pippa Robinson. 

TUESDAY Handwork - (Class 2-4) A group of (maximum 20) children working on focussed handwork projects under the skillful guidance of Charlotte Cook our handwork teacher. Develop and extend your skills. Nimble fingers, nimble minds!
Ukelele - (Class 2-4) Learn to make lovely sounds and play simple songs on the Ukelele. A rewarding way in to instrument playing and songwriting. Led by experienced musician Richard Lobb (just returned from touring in Greenland).

WEDNESDAY Capoeira (Class 2-4). Get your body moving and strong, your mind in focus and play together the Angolan/Brazilian movement form of Capoeira. Taught by Bob at Kids Capoeira who teach classes across Bristol.

Harp for Beginners (Class 3 to adult).  If you or your children have ever wanted to play the small folk harp, then don’t miss this rare opportunity. With Josie Felce, accomplished storyteller and harp teacher. If parents would like to do this too please let us know! 

THURSDAYForest School (Class 4&6 only). Come and have fun in Oldbury Court where we'll be playing woodland games, fire lighting and cooking outdoors, whittling and using simple tools safely, offering seasonal arts and crafts, landart and more. 
 
The session will start on 3rd November and will be in Oldbury Court. Children will be walked from school down to the Forest Circle at Oldbury Court and picked up from the carpark. With an experienced Forest School teacher.

Dance - with Lauren (Class 2-4. Please talk to Lauren if you would like your Class 1 child to participate). Explore movement and dance in a fun and therapeutic way. Develop self confidence, social skills, co-ordination, self-expression and awareness. We will play movement games and learn a variety of dance styles and rhythms (including circle and folk dance,  latin, ballroom, and modern dance) to music from around the world. 

Lauren has over fifteen years dance teaching experience in diverse settings as well as being a trained Steiner class teacher. 

Middle School:

MONDAY Handwork - (Max 20 participants) Working on more advanced handwork projects under the skillful guidance of Charlotte Cook our handwork teacher. Deepening and extending skills developed in school. Expanding ideas and creativity.                                

Dance - Ever wanted to try ballroom dancing or other kinds of partner dance? Tango anyone? A brilliantly fun club introducing different styles of dance, developing coordination and cooperation, awareness of self and others, being in your body and having fun trying new things. With Lauren. 

TUESDAY - Advanced Art - Develop your technique and explore more technically challenging materials in this class designed to extend beyond the Art lessons in the weekly curriculum. For those with a particular love of art. With Kamar Wierkus our art teacher. There is an additional £10 charge per term for specialist art materials. 

Capoeira - (Class 6 - 8) Get your body moving and strong, your mind in focus and play together the Angolan/Brazilian movement form of Capoeira. Taught by Ollie at Kids Capoeira.       

WEDNESDAYFootball - For beginners and up, girls and boys, play together and develop your. The emphasis is on having a fun game. At Oldbury Court with Huw. (£2 per person per session).                                                                                                                                

Harp for Beginners - (Class 3 to adult).  If you or your children have ever wanted to play the small folk harp, then don’t miss this rare opportunity. With Josie Felce, accomplished storyteller and harp teacher. If parents would like to do this too please let us know! (£8 per person per session).

THURSDAYForest School (Class 4&6 only). Come and have fun in Oldbury Court where we'll be playing woodland games, fire lighting and cooking outdoors, whittling and using simple tools safely, offering seasonal arts and crafts, landart and more. Sessions will be in Oldbury Court. Children will be walked from school down to the Forest Circle at Oldbury Court and picked up from the carpark. With an experienced Forest School teacher. 

And lastly, also on Thursday, everyone's favourite...Homework Club! Be productive in a peaceful space, to focus on completing homework if you don't always want to take it home. Supervised by teaching staff/LSA's.

 

 

 


Multicultural Celebrations in Art Club  We still have some space in Art Club on Mondays for years 1-4. The club proved popular last year as we followed a rich and diverse programme of creative activities, celebrating multicultural festivals and traditions

Above, Ola and Alice with their Art Club creations. Spring 2016


Multicultural Celebrations through Art and Sculpture. By Pippa Robinson

Join us on Mondays - all welcome from class 1 to 4. 

The club proved popular last year as we followed a rich and diverse programme of creative activities, celebrating multicultural festivals and traditions.  We will continue the theme this year, making seasonal and festive arts and crafts. The sessions are fun and relaxed, and accompanied by festive stories. Each session engages imagination, ideas and creative skills.

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