Clubs and Activities
The School offers many clubs before, during, and after school.
KS2 Lunchtime Fun Club
Activities include Jenga, juggling, plate spinning, table tennis, Twister, 'Who am I?' and many more...
The club is open to Years 3 and 4 on a Tuesday and Years 5 and 6 on a Thursday.
Cookery Club takes place on Monday after school, lead by Ms Ford. All the children get involved in the preparation, cooking and clearing up and so far this term have made a range of tasty dishes including tarts, salads and bruschetta.
Mr Morris meets the children at 8:15 am in Lloyds Park from Monday to Thursday. Monday it is Year 3/4 girls, Tuesday, Year 3/4 boys, Wednesday, Year 5/6 girls and Thursday, Year 5/6 boys. Autumn and Spring, the focus is on running, while in the Summer, the focus is Athletics. This is a great way for children to start their day - and is absolutely free!
Greenleaf runs a range of extremely popular Gymnastic Clubs, led by Carly from Premier Sports. There is a long-waiting list, starting from Year 2, so please see the office if you would like your child put on the list.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings - 8:00 am - for Years 2 to 5 on a rota basis.
Tuesday at 3:20 (to 5:00 pm) - Years 5 and 6
There is a small fee to cover the cost of coaching and a snack.
Mr Morris runs either a football (or in the summer, a cricket club) after school on a Monday and Wednesday.
Premier Sports run a very successful netball club for Year 6 on a Thursday evening. The session is for one hour and is open to both boys and girls. The children learn netball skills and have the opportunity to take part in friendly matches with each other as well as entering Borough competitions.
Every Friday in the Annexe Hall for Year 6. Pit your wits against Mr Morris!
Offered on a rota basis to each year group in turn, children have the opportunity to learn new art techniques and skills and enjoy taking home their newly created works of art. There is a small charge per session. Look out for details for your year group.