Our Breakfast Club is open every morning from 7.30 am - 8.50 am.
The children can enjoy cereal, toast and fruit and have opportunity to play games. We have a selection of books and board games and lots more activities going on.
The cost for your child to join us are as follows:
If you would like your child to attend Breakfast Club, a place should be booked in advance via the school office. This is to ensure adequate supervision levels for the children who attend.
Children under the age of 8 must be brought to the door by an adult.
KS1 Art Club
Art Club for KS1 takes place on Monday lunchtime with Mrs Whalley and Miss Merchant. This club allows children to complete small scale craft projects to enhance their art skills.
Miss Vollands runs computer club on a Wednesday lunchtime. This club is for anyone who is keen to advance their technical skills in a fun context. In Autumn term, pupils used a programme called Puppetpals to create sketches.
Board Game Club
If you enjoy board games then this is the club for you. Every Wednesday lunchtime, Miss Lynch coaches pupils in the tactics of popular board games. Children hold friendly competitions in the club to test out the tactics they have learned!
Every Wednesday lunchtime Mrs Gaynor and Miss Sharratt hold a choir practice for pupils in Years 1 – 6. This is a great opportunity for anyone who loves to sing and perform. Join them for a fun session learning pop songs; songs from the best musicals and of course our very own ‘Ackton Pastures Song’! Year 5 & 6 After School Sports Club Every Wednesday, from 3.15 pm - 4.15 pm, children from Years 5 & 6 can take part in sporting activities with Mrs Allen and Mrs Hill. Children gain confidence, improve skills and learn sports such as Tag Rugby, Cricket, Netball, Football and Athletics. Children who regularly attend this club have opportunity to represent the school in tournaments against other local primary schools.
Every Thursday lunchtime, Mrs Tobin runs a French Club for children in Key Stage 2. The children take part in a number of fun activities to explore things such as the language (using dictionaries), geography and how festivals are celebrated in the French culture.
If you love a good read, this is the club for you. Each Thursday at lunchtime, Mrs Lovell works with a group children to read and discuss meaty texts. The club look at fiction, non-fiction and poetry and Mrs Lovell welcomes text suggestions from children. The session takes place in the library.
Every Friday after school, children in Y6 can take the opportunity to complete homework tasks in our Homework Club. This is run by Mrs Hill and Mrs Stringwell and pupils can be supported with any work they are less sure of.