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2016-17

 

So far this year we have run clubs for Y4-6 Football (mixed and girls only); Sportshall Athletics for Y2s at lunchtime and Y3-6 after school; Y5/6 Tag Rugby; Basketball for  Y5/6; Y3/4 Games; Dodgeball in FS2 and KS1.

 

We plan to run more clubs in the New Year in Futsal; Dodgeball; Gymnastics; Netball; Cross Country; Table Tennis; Mini Tennis; Athletics; Kwik Cricket; Orienteering. There will also be Football and Chess Clubs running for much of the New Year with Mr Buckle and Mr Bower respectively.   

 

Thank you to Mr Thompson from Codnor Boys for coming down to help run the Football Club this year, strengthening our links with Codnor Boys and Girls Football Clubs.

 

2015-2016

 

So far this year we have run clubs for Football (mixed and girls only); Sportshall Athletics for Y2s at lunchtime and Y3-6 after school; Basketball for both Y3/4 and Y5/6; Multiskills in FS2 and KS1.

 

We plan to run more clubs in the New Year in Futsal; Dodgeball; Gymnastics; Netball; Cross Country; Table Tennis; Mini Tennis; Athletics; Kwik Cricket; Orienteering. There will also be Football and Chess Clubs running for much of the New Year with Mr Buckle and Mr Bower respectively.   

 

2014-2015


We have run After School Clubs in KS1 in Multi-Skills which included lots of tag games, ball skills and teamwork and also Dance which was run by Steff Burton. In the Summer Term we are running an Athletics Fundamentals Club and a Gardening Club which both hope to take advantage of the good weather!


In KS2 our clubs are planned around the competition calendar, therefore this year we have run clubs in Football; Athletics; Basketball; Gymnastics; Netball; Rugby; Cricket; Dance; Maypole Dancing; Girls Football; and Orienteering. After School Clubs are open to children aspiring to be in the competitions but also to children looking to learn new skills, experience new sports and interact with their peers on a regular basis.


We have also run lunchtime clubs for the KS1 Sportshall Athletics, KS2 Cross Country; and Football Competitions in National School Sports Week to give more children the opportunity to participate.

Girls' Football


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