Royston Saint John the Baptist

Royston S John the Baptist School

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Extra-Curricular Clubs

The school offers a variety of extra-curricular activities at £1.50 per session for after-school clubs. Some of these activities may vary throughout the year depending on the staffing/weather/space requirements. Ask in the school office for club dates for your year group.

             

SPRING TERM

 

   LUNCHTIME

    12:45 -1:15p.m

 AFTER SCHOOL

        3:30 - 4:30 p.m.         

MONDAY

                                         

 KS2 SPORTS

TUESDAY          

   

 

COOKERY CLUB 

GARDENING Y1-Y6

     MULTISPORTS FOR KS2   

WEDNESDAY     SCHOOL COUNCIL

    MULTISPORTS FOR Y1-Y6  

    

THURSDAY

  CHOIR

 FUN AND GAMES Y1, Y2 & Y3

 

Specialist Music Lessons are also available during the school week. Samba, guitar, violin and cello tuition is provided by Local Authority Peripatetic Teachers.

 

Please see below further information, for each club.

 

COOKERY CLUB

During the year pupils from each class in turn are invited to join our after school cookery club for a half term. Mrs Hague and Mrs Wilkinson lead the club.Children have the chance to take part in a variety of cooking and baking activities, which can then be shared with parents at home.

 Cookery Club meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 -4:30 p.m.

 

GARDENING CLUB

We have a thriving after school gardening club that offers sessions for all pupils throughout the school. Pupils are encouraged to develop an awareness and appreciation of the world around them and to help keep the school grounds as interesting and attractive as possible. They have helped to develop and maintain the school garden and pond area.

Gardening Club meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 -4:30 p.m. During the winter months a Craft Club is offered as an alternative.

                                 

CHOIR

The school has a very popular and successful choir led my Mrs V Goodyear. Membership is offered to pupils from Year 3 and above.  Pupils have performed both in school and at public events. For a number of years now they have been involved in the Young Voices performance in Sheffield.

The club meets on Tuesday lunchtimes.

 

SCHOOL COUNCIL

Each class has elected School Council  representatives to ensure that our pupils' voice is heard.

The School Council meets regularly to address a range of school related issues. The council is made up of a Learning Team and a Worship Team.

    

SPORTS CLUBS

This year pupils will have access to multi-sports, netball, cross country running and football clubs. All sports clubs take place after school.

 

Our Monday sports club, which is led by Mr Crookes and Mr Smith, is open to Y5 and Y6 children on Mondays. Each half term they choose a different team game to play.

The club meets on Mondays between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m.

 

Our older children enjoy practising their sporting skills at our Tuesday club, which is led by Miss Bailey and Mr Hague. Children sign up each half term.

The club meets on Tuesdays between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m.

 

Our children enjoy learning new sporting skills at our Wednesday club, which is led by Miss Bailey and Mr Hague. Children sign up each half term.

Our Wednesday club is for Y1 to Y6 between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m.

 

Our younger children enjoy learning new games at our Thursday club, which is led by Miss Bailey and Mr Hague. Children sign up each half term.

Our Thursday club is for Y1 -Y3 between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m.