Activity Clubs


This is a great opportunity for children to sing in a choir. They learn a range of songs together and occasionally perform outside school.


Dodgeball is a high energy sport. Every session is different with a mixture of new games. The WhizzFit instructors will ensure all the children are having fun. This club will be split into KS1 and KS2 after warming up.


Using improvisation, movement, storytelling, freeze-frame and drama games the children work on their own, in pairs and finally in teams to explore their ideas and to encourage team work using a fantastic range of music and special effect sounds to bring their stories and fantastic ideas to life. 


This ever popular club run by Fulham Football gives the children an opportunity to develop their football skills in a fun, safe and sociable environment.


Field hockey is an excellent way for children to get a workout, exercise their competitive nature, and work on team-building skills while out in the fresh air.


Children use art, games and fun to learn more about the bible stories along with the occasional treat!


Children play games; learn music, act, craft, and take part in competitions with visual aids. Parent’s tips will be sent home for parents and carers to help their children at home.


Technokids: Think - Create - Code

These are fun computing classes, designed to develop key skills in Coding and Digital Literacy.

Invent & test virtual machines, Program interactive Robots, create amazing animations, hack Minecraft and much more!


This is an arts and crafts based club where children make a variety of things inspired by nature. Each week is different reflecting the beauty of nature.


This is great exercise that improves flexibility and posture. Yoga club will not be teaching any ethics or beliefs behind this form of exercise. The Yoga teacher will only be focusing on the physical aspect while encouraging children to have fun will exercising.


Complements school work and life skills - studies prove that chess improves memory, decision making, maths and analytical skills. Beginners and players welcome.

Win prizes such as trophies and medals and between January and Easter children can also win badges, fluffy mascots and other prizes throughout the term


Every week the children take inspiration from artists both contemporary and classical to create unique art pieces that they can take home and enjoy.