Regular Extra Curricular Activities
Weather permitting, netball sessions are held in the school playground, after school on a Wednesday. The club is run by volunteer parents Jan Cunningham and Andrea Gibbs and is open to all in Years 4-6. Sessions finish at 4.15 pm.
Netballers take part in tournaments in the spring term. These are held at the Academy in Taunton and are aimed primarily at girls and boys in Years 5 and 6.
Kempo Karate Jujitsu
Kempo takes place on Friday evenings and is run by Neil Hazell, a highly qualified (5th degree black belt) instructor. The club is open to children in Year 2 and above and is located in the school hall. Sessions are £3.50 each and the children are regularly assessed on their progress.
With Mrs Murray and Mrs Coyle - Tuesday and Friday lunch times.
Thursdays on the school field, weather permitting. It is run by Hannah Barker and Jonathon Hillman, both volunteers with a keen interest in football. Your child will need a pair of football boots, shin pads and a waterproof coat. Children are walked up to the school field by Hannah and Jonathon and need to be collected promptly at 4.15 pm unless they are attending Extra Time Club.
Country Dancing Club
In the summer months we hold our ever-popular Country Dancing Club after school in the playground.
County Dancing is run by Mrs Griffith, one of our former teachers who just cannot keep away!
The club is open to both boys and girls from Year 2 upwards, and those attending the club are invited to participate in the Wells Country Dancing Festival, held on the Cathedral Green in June, and also in the Taunton Country Dance Festival, held in front of the bandstand in Vivary Park.
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