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 Parentmail 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 (£10 or £8 if you have your own harp). To secure a place, please pay termly in advance.

(Note: Advanced Art will require a additional termly payment of £5 for specialist materials). 

TERM 4 - 20th Feb - 6th April.

Lower School:

 

TUESDAY - Crafting and Textlies with Lucia Haluskova- (Class 2-4) A group of (maximum 10) children working on focussed craft and textlies projects under the skillful guidance of Lucia, a parent and artist who also supports our Lower School handowrk lessons. Develop and extend your skills. Nimble fingers, nimble minds!

WEDNESDAY Capoeira with Bob Blunden from Kids 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 with Josie Felce. (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!  (£10 per person per session)

THURSDAYForest School With Lisa Tozer from Wildwood Adventures (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, land art and more. 

Circus Skills with Marcella, Bounce Circus (Class 2-4). Teach yourself valuable skills of co-ordination and agility and have lots of silly fun.
 

Middle School:

MONDAY Handwork with Charlotte Cook - (Class 6.7 & 8. Max 10 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.                                

TUESDAY - Advanced Art with Kamar (Class 7 & 8) - 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.        

WEDNESDAYFootball with Huw - 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 - with Josie Felce. (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! (£10 per person per session).

THURSDAYForest School Lisa Tozer from Wildwood Adventures (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. 

FRIDAY Urban Circus  with Holly and Tom from Bassline CircusAcrobalance, Acrobatics, Juggling, Tumbling, Tricks and Flips, Object manipulation and more....Learn and create some cooool shapes. Circus influenced by street arts. This is no ordinary Circus! These workshops have also offered 5 free places to child Refugees living in Bristol, as part of Bristol being a City of Sanctuary, offering a fun and inspiring way of integrating Refugee children into Bristol life and giving them an opportunity to spend time with and make friends with children of there own age. This club is run by experienced and fully DBS checked teachers from Bassline Circus.

 

 

 

 

 


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

Masks - Week 1 of Crafting & Textlies Club. 

The theme was MASK and first introduction to beginnings of the theatre...
One of the old forms of performance, before the theatre started the way we know it these days, was the tribal dance. Danced by shaman, or member of the tribe in the mask of the animal,  who was connected to them...
I asked children to have a little think, what animal they feel for and make their own mask...:)

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