After School Clubs
Here at Havergal we think that After School activities are really important and benefit our pupils in numerous ways.
After School Activities help our children to be sociable and confident, it helps children learn to share and appreciate each others talents and abilities.
They can also play a huge part in supporting a child's academic learning as well as the physical and mental health benefits.
Our activities change most half terms to keep a variety and maintain interest.
The children have enjoyed clubs such as:
- Games - looking at various activities such as rugby, football, dodgeball and volleyball. This club is run by Mrs Barker and Miss Bishop.
- Multi Skills - this particular club is provided by Progressive Sports, it looks at learning fundamental skills and problem solving games. As this club is provided by Progressive Sports there is a cost involved.
- Dance - what better way to finish the day than a dance with friends and Miss McGuinness.
- KS1 Gardening - The children have started right at the beginning with gardening, planting seeds and watching the changes weekly. Join in with Mrs Fiddian and Mrs Brooks and see what you can grow. This particular activity is not run during the Winter term. A small cost is applied to this club to cover the supply of materials.
- Art Club - This club is for Reception and Year 1. The children explore different artists and also link their art work to a story or a theme. Why not get creative and see what masterpieces you can produce with Miss Pooler and Mrs Adams. A small cost is applied for the club to cover the supply of materials.
- Choir - Choir is provided as an after school activity for KS2. There is an opportunity to attend the magnificent event Young Voices, this is an amazing opportunity and all of the children that attend Young Voices thoroughly enjoy the evening. Attending Young Voices is not compulsory for Young Voices. This club is run by Mrs Couldrey and Mrs Towlson.
New After School Activities will start after each half term. Your child will bring a club letter home at the start of the half term for them to choose which activities they would like to participate in. Once your child has been put on the register for the particular club you will receive a text confirming their place.
Please contact the school office should you have any questions.