We offer a diverse and exciting enrichment programme that children really engage with, up to 30 clubs a week – something for everyone!!!!
Link for Enrichment club timetable for the Summer 2022 Term below
Enrichment programme for Summer Term Starting on Monday 25th April 2022 and running for 11 weeks. Finish week commencing Monday 11th July 2022
|Enrichment programme for Summer Term
Starting on Monday 25th April 2022 and running for 11 weeks. Finish week commencing Monday 11th July 2022
|Book Club with Mrs Rooney for years 3-4 in the library. Finish at 4.15pm.
Science club with Highgate School for Year 4 in Blue class. Finish at 4.20pm (invited children)
Cricket with Mr Grant for years 4,5 and 6. Infant playground. Finish at 4.15. Reg in Citrine.
Summer Racquet Sports (Kids into sport)
For years 3,4 5 and 6 UJ playground. Finish at 4.25pm
Art with Emma Leedham for years 1 and 2 in Art room. Finish at 4.15am
Boys Football training for year 3 and 4 with KJ. In UJ playground. Finish at 4.15
|Karate Club with Dale in Junior Hall for Years 1,2 and 3. Start 4.45pm Finish at 5.45pm.
Collage Art and Design with Emma Leedham for years 3, 4, 5 and 6 in. Art room. Finish at 4.15
Football with Kids into Sports 1,2 and 3 in Junior playground. Finish at 4.20pm. Reg in Citrine.
Tri Golf with Mr Grant for years 1,2 and 3 in Infant Playground. 4.15pm.
Polish Cultural club for years 2- 6 with Mrs Suliga in Sapphire class. Finish at 4.15
Year 3&4 Girls football in LJ playground. Finish 4.15
Irish Dancing with Ms Gormley for years in Junior Hall.
|Street Dance with Eleni in Infant Hall. Finish at 4.20pm
Spanish for beginners for year 1 and 2 with Mr Poveda from Aloysius school in Sapphire class. Finish at 4.15
Archery KS2 with Kids into Sport in the Infant Playground. Finish at 4.20pm
Current affairs and Debating club with Mr Javad for years 5-6. Tanzanite. Finish at 4.15pm
Year 5 and 6 Girls Football training with KJ in UJ playground. Finish at 4.15
French with Petits Loups for years 1,2, and 3 in Citrine room.
Finish at 4.20pm
Summer sports with Kids into Sport for 1, 2 and 3 in LJ Playgroud. LJ playground. Reg in Amber class
|Football for years 4,5 and 6 with Kids into Sport in the Upper Junior Hall. Finish at 4.25pm
Karate Club with Dale in Junior Hall for year 4 5and 6 Start at 4.45pm Finish at 5.45pm.
Coding club with Ms Pullenger for years 5/6 in Emerald class. Finish at 4.20pm
Basketball with Mr Forbes for year 4,5, and 6. LJ playground. Finish at 4.15
Yoga and Mindfulness with the Beam Academy for years Reception, year 1 and 2 in Diamond class. Finish at 4.30
Gaelic Football with Mr Murray for years 1,2 in Infant playground.
|Live for Dance (Ballroom) for years 3,4 5 and 6
In Upper Junior Hall. Finish at 4.30
Drama/Adventure storytelling with Little Supernovas for 1,2 and 3 in Amber Class. Finish at 4.15pm
Ukulele with Luiz for year 5 and 6. Finish at 4.00pm in Art room
Gymnastics for years 1-2 with Mr Wilson in the Infant Hall. Finish at 4.15
Year 5 and 6 Boys football training with Mr Hannigan in the UJ Playground. Finish at 4.15 pm
Netball with Ms Clarke for years 4, 5 and 6 in LJ playground. Finish at 4.15
|Choir with Ms Jennings and Ms Duffy on Tuesday evening in year 3
Drama Highgate on Monday
Highgate choir on Thursday (Pure Voices)
Orchestra with Mr Bunting on Thursday in Art room.
Knitting club for Year 4/5 at Channing.
NO CLUBS DATES
Monday 2nd May (May Bank Holiday)
6th and 7th July (Year 6 Production) No Enrichment
15th Summer Fare (No clubs)
Wednesday 20th July School closes at 1pm.
|Artistiv Music on a Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Friday in the new conference room and Lower Junior area rooms.
Sophia gardening with KS2 ASC on Wednesday.
To support running of the enrichment clubs we also use fully vetted external agencies or sports coaches as follows:
- The Access to Sports Project deliver a wide range of Sporting Activities for Children and Young People in Islington.
- Little Supernovas stories and adventures are fun, interactive and educational. They build your child’s imagination, self esteem, confidence and humour.
- Beam Academy offer Yoga & Mindfulness Classes designed to stimulate, enlighten and energise Children’s emotional and physical well-being
- Kidz in2 sports provide a wide range of exciting Afterschool activities for all age groups. Our Afterschool clubs are organised and structured with many sports and fun games that will entertain children of all ages. For more information about our clubs or holiday camps, please email us email@example.com
- Additionally, throughout the week the music club provider Artistiv. provides music lessons which continue to be very popular, with many of ASC children learning instruments such as the piano, guitar, violin and flute. Find out more by visiting artistiv.com. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. See their flier; Artistiv Flyer.
How to register
All enrichment clubs are booked at the start of each term. Letters are sent out to all parents advising them of the clubs and they are then available to book via ParentPay.
Just a sample of some of the clubs we run:
|Art Club for KS1 .|
|Art club for Years 3-6.|
|Basketball/Netball Years 4-6|
|Choir for KS1 and KS2|
|Cinema and Review club for years 3 -6|
|Clay Modelling Club for Years 3-4|
|Coding club for Years 4,5 and 6 .|
|Coding club Years 1-2.|
|Cricket for Years 3-6|
|Drama Years 1-6.|
|Drama/Adventure storytelling for KS1|
|Everyone Rallies Tennis for years 4-6 .|
|Fencing for Years 1-3 .|
|Football for Years 1-3 .|
|Football for Years 3-6|
|French for beginners for KS2.|
|Homework and Targeted groups|
|Karate Club for KS1 and KS2.|
|Little Madarin Language club .|
|Making Movies with for KS1 in KS1 area.|
|Mini Cinema Club|
|Orchestra on Tuesday Lunchtime|
|Polish Cultural club for Reception and KS1|
|Science Club with Highgate school.|
|Stop Frame Animation for Years 1-2|
|Street Dance for KS2 Finish at 4.30pm|
|Street Dance KS1|
|Ukulele for Years 2 & 3|
|Yoga Bugs for Reception and KS1 .|
|Nature club all year groups|
What do our children say……..
“We plant flowers and when they are growing, we pride ourselves and say ‘Job Well Done!’ “
“The sun gleams flowers bloom and so do our faces when we see them in bloom”
Poem by Sheena (Tanzanite)
“It’s very relaxed and I enjoy planting. The harvest is great because you can take home cool things like beans, mint, tomatoes and the berries. There are loads of berries and you can just get handfuls”
“I have been going to Nature Club since Year 1 and I like it because when we are doing things, we are helping the environment and it’s nice for everyone to look at. There are nice habitats for wildlife – the frogs and birds”
Siofre ( Indigo)