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Extra Curricular Clubs

Extra Curricular Activities at Hampton Hargate Primary School

At Hampton Hargate there are many opportunities for learning to take place beyond normal school hours, both during lunchtime and after school. Every week there are a range of extra curricular activities offered to the children, hosted by staff at the school and specialist instructors and coaches. These give the children the opportunity to learn new skills and develop new interests.

Many sports activities are enjoyed by children at the school. Our football and netball clubs prove very popular, along with cricket and cross country running clubs. Athletics coaches also visit the school regularly, along with specialist coaches from Peterborough United football Club. We also offer football clubs for lower years and a basketball club.

For a number of years our after school drama club has put on fabulous end of year productions, which require a great deal of dedication and commitment from the children, who meet each week after school to rehearse. In addition to this, the school enters a yearly dance competition at the local Cresset theatre, with practises and rehearsals taking place at lunch times and after school.

Our Lego club is a fantastic initiative for out talented mathematicians. It is run by undergraduates from Perkins, a local engineering company. The children have to build and program Lego robots.   Their goal is taking part in an inter-school competition.

The children at our school also enjoy attending our lunchtime baking club, where they are encouraged to learn about baking techniques and produce some great ‘home made’ food.

The school provides opportunities to learn a range of musical instruments from qualified instructors. Our violin, keyboard and brass lessons prove very popular, as does our recorder club. Our school choir meet at lunchtimes and have taken part in concerts across Peterborough, perhaps most notably at events at Peterborough Cathedral.

Gardening and growing food on our school allotment is another popular activity, the children care for the allotment during weekly lunch time visits This has provided some excellent produce and has taught the children valuable new skills to help and encourage them to ‘grow their own’.

KS1 Clubs

 

Leaders/Numbers

Time

Year Group/s

Sports Club

 

Miss Burton & Miss Styles/20

Monday 3.30-4.15 (Summer Term)

1 & 2

Arts Award Discover         

 

Magical Maths

      

 

Mrs Wilmot/Miss Barks

 

Mrs Brooker / Mrs Reid

Mon 3.15-4.15pm all year

 

Monday 3.20pm – 4.20pm Summer term 2 – June/July

2

 

1&2

Eco Warriors Year 1 and 2   Miss Porter/Mrs Mear/30 Fri 12.30-1.00 (All Year) 1 & 2

 

 

KS2 Clubs

 

Leaders

Time

Year Group/s

Book Club

 

Miss Moss

Thur 1-1.30 (All Year)

5 & 6

School Newspaper

 

Mrs Houchen/12

Wed 1.00-1.30 (All Year)

5 & 6

School Choir

 

Mrs Hayes

Mon 12.30-12.45 (All Year)

3, 4, 5 & 6

Eco Warriors LKS2

 

Mrs Williamson/30

Wed 1.00 – 1.30 (All Year)

3 & 4

Eco Warriors UKS2

 

Miss Porter/Miss Bethel/Mrs Mear/30

Mon 3.15 – 4.15 (All Year)

5 & 6

Chess

 

Miss Bethel

Thurs lunchtimes  (summer term)

3&4

Football

 

Mr Milner

Mon 3.30-4.15 (All Year)

5 & 6

Homework Club

 

Mrs Green (by invitation only)

Wed 1.00-1.30 (All Year)

 5 & 6

 

 

Outside agencies

 

Leaders

Time

Year Group/s

Kick-off Soccer

 

Outside agency (Adam Clements)

Wednesday after school 3.20 – 4.20

1 - 6

‘Paying’ Choir

 

Music Teacher from PCC £1.50 per child per session.

Wednesdays 12.30-1.00 (All year from 30th September)

1 & 2

‘Paying’ Choir

 

Music Teacher from PCC £1.50 per child per session.

Wednesdays 3.15-4.00 (All year from 30th September)

3, 4, 5 & 6

Dodgeball

 

Premier Sports

Tuesday 3.15-4.00

KS2

Gymnastics

 

Premier Sports

Wednesday 3.15-4.15

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