We love to see all the children attending our different clubs. Extra-curricular activities play a large part in the life of pupils. Through the wide range of activities offered, children are able to develop their skills and interests.
We recognise that all individuals have fundamental human rights and therefore adopt a rights-based approach to equality. Practices are developed that promote the right for everyone to participate in all aspects of life within school by promoting initiatives that remove barriers to participation and by actively promoting equality and social inclusion.
See the current club timetable here and read on for information about each club and everything you need to know if your child attends a club at school.
Informal Prayer Group - All Welcome! - Everyone is welcome to this new prayer group to support the school. Meet every Thursday for half an hour at 2.30pm in The Piano Room.
Funky Art Club - For children in years 3-6. Children will have the opportunity to explore lots of areas of art and design and produce some fantastic items to take home. Pupils will also have a chance to work towards Arts Award- a nationally recognised qualification which challenges them to develop their creativity, investigate a number of artists and designers work and creative professions and also work towards a showcase of their work. The club runs every Wednesday after school in class ED until 4.30pm. The club costs £5 per session; we would like children to sign up for a full term (10 weeks) which can be paid in two installments. One off trial sessions are available to new pupils to try out the club. For more info or to reserve a space please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Amy on 07737615152.
Ricky’s Football Club – The club is for children who are interested in football or who want to be active and learn a new sport. In the sessions we coach the basics of football for part of the time through basic training techniques. The second part of the session revolves around small sided games. Our coaches are all CRB checked and hold either UEFA & or FA qualification or Coaching Degree.
Training takes place on the School Field on a Monday after school from 3.15 pm to 4.30 pm. We take boys and girls from Year 1 through to Year 6. Each session is £5 and this is paid termly - registration and payment will be via School Gateway. .
Spanish Club - Learn Spanish through songs, stories, games and by having lots of fun! The programmes are designed to enhance students’ learning skills, giving a strong and positive foundation for future language learning.
Lessons are priced at £5.25 per week paid termly in advance and the activity books and CDs are priced from £13.00. If you are interested in enrolling your child please get in touch by phone 07892685611 or email email@example.com
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La Jolie Ronde Licensee of the Year, South West Region 2013
Girls Netball Club – For girls in Years 4, 5 & 6 only. The basic principles of netball are taught and the club develops movement skills including speed, agility and balance. The aim is to progress the girls' passing and catching. The club also encourages team spirit. This club will run on a Friday after school from 3.20 pm - 4.20 pm on the school playground. It will be run by Mrs Cath Burston, a PE teacher at Wellsway School. The cost will be £3.50 per session, payable directly to Mrs Burston.
School Netball Team - Trials for this team took place during Term 6 and the successful girls were advised at the time. The team will meet on a Tuesday on the playground from 3.15 pm - 4.15 pm. Mrs Andrea Hathaway will coach the team.
Gymnastics Club – The club is run by Kingswood gymnastics Jo Cary and Louise Gwinter Tel 01179476449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Jo and Louise have been teaching Gymnastics for over 20 yrs. They have qualifications in gymnastics, early years and disabilities and also have 3 children each of their own. Registration and payment will be made via School Gateway.
Recorder Club - Yr3 Recorder Club with Miss Tang meets Friday lunchtimes from 12.15-12.35pm. Yr2 Recorder Club with Mrs Hayden meets Friday lunchtimes in Class RH from 12.15-12.35pm. Yr 4 Recorder Group with Mrs Sewell meets Thursday lunchtime 12.15 pm – 12.35 pm.
St. Mary’s After School Club – St Mary’s After School Club provides a fun time where your child can learn more about God. We have snacks and drinks to start with then enjoy hearing and participating in a bible story followed by doing crafts and other imaginative activities. Children from years 1 to 6 are welcome. We meet in Miss Rudd’s classroom every Wednesday afternoon starting at 3:30pm and finishing at 4:30pm. If you want to come please contact Fiona Rogers on 01225 873657 or 07877 813069 or by email at email@example.com.
South West Keyboard School - Our Students: have lessons that are taught in small groups, with personal attention to all pupilsl; learn to read, play AND write music using fully structured coursesl; have keyboards provided for all pupils at the lessons; receive an hour of tuition each week, comprehensive lesson books, and study towards Trinity Guildhall external exams.
Benefits include: classes take place after the school day on a Tuesday in Class JG. There is a beginner’s class at 15:15 pm. In addition there is an advanced class at 16:15 pm for those that can already read music and play another instrument at the early grade level. The cost for an hour of tuition is £10.00.
For further information please contact William Hawes, South West Keyboard School 01373 823164 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Baker’s Cricket Club – Tom Baker was the Sky Sports Coach of the Year 2008 and 2011. Tom’s After School Cricket Club runs every Wednesday, regardless of the weather – if it’s wet, the sessions will take place in the hall and in the fine weather the sessions will take place on the playground. The club is open to boys and girls in Years 1 – 6, split as follows:
3.20pm – 4.20 pm Years 1 – 4
4.20 pm – 5.20 pm – Years 5 & 6.
For further information please contact Tom Baker 07814 627167 or visit www.tombakercricket.co.uk .
Judo Club – Judo Club runs every Friday morning in the School Hall between 8 am and 8.45 am. Judo suits are provided and the cost is £4 per session including suit hire. The club caters for Reception pupils to Year 6 pupils – all welcome.
For further information and to arrange for your child to join, please contact Ivor Delahay on 0117 9861371 or call into the School Hall on a Friday morning.
Danni’s Dance Academy – Street Dance Club – The club is open to all pupils in Years 3 – 6. The cost will be £3.50 per session. Registration and payment via the School Gateway system. For further information please contact Danni_pillinger@hotmail.com or telephone 07581 356526
Fizz Pop Science – After school science designed to inspire an interest in the Sciences. Workshops are a mixture of demonstrations and thought provoking hands on experiments and tasks. Run by Fizz Pop Science. To find out more please visit http://fizzpopscience.co.uk/school-clubs/
Booking is on-line only. .
Debutots - For children in Years 1 & 2. This is an interactive storytelling and dramatic play class which promotes skillful communication, fosters creativity and builds self-confidence. Booking is on-line only - email@example.com or contact Geri on 0117 3257801.
French Club- For children in Years 1 - 6. Classes will have a unique blend of fun and education. Franch Club runs on a Wednesday lunchtime For more information, please contact Hazel Price on 07976 226085.
Mollie Moon Sewing Club - For children in Years 2 - 6. Children will learn simple embroidery stitches and hand sewing techniques. This club will run on a Thursday and Friday lunchtime in The Piano Room. Registration is via the School gateway system.
Tiger Martial Arts Club - For children in Years 3 - 6. This club will run on a Thursday morning before school from 8 am - 8.45 am. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07921 855900.
Code Club - For children in year 3 - 6. Children will develop their programming and problem solving skills using Scratch and other coding software. This club will run on a Thursday from 3.20pm to 4.20pm each week during Terms 1, 3 and 5. To enquire about spaces please email the school with the subject line 'FAO Mr Styles'.
Basketball Club - Matt Analts Basketball Coaching for years 3 & 4 on Tuesday morning 8 am - 8.50 am and for years 5 & 6 on Wednesday morning 8 am - 8.50 am. Sessions will be based on the playground and will involve learning all of the basic skills and rules of the game along with plenty of fun and competitive games. Cost is £4 per session.
To secure a place in the club please bring payment to the school office or make payment directly to Matt Analts. Payments can be made by Cash, Cheque (Made out to ‘MATT ANALTS BASKETBALL COACHING’) or Online transfer to Account: Sort Code 30-98-75, Account Number 03527457. To contact Matt 07799646613.
Team Bath Tennis Club - This is a free club which is funded by the Lottery and is available for children to join from Term 4, week commencing 4th March. The club will run from 8 am - 8.50 am on a Monday morning and from 3.20 pm - 4.20 pm on a Monday after school. Please contact email@example.com or 01225 384247.
Please look out for more information on this page or in the school newsletter.
Some of the clubs we offer at Saltford Primary School are not available all year around. Please look out for more information on Magical Maths Club and Fizz Pop Science Club which will return later this year.
Requirements for club attendance
We do need to know who is going to each club. If your child would like to join a particular club, arrange this through the school and make sure the relevant slip has been completed. Please do not just turn up on the off-chance.
If you need more information, please contact school or speak to Mrs Evans in the office on 01225 872185.
Some of these activities are run by the teachers and helpers voluntarily, but some clubs are subject to a charge.
Very occasionally these activities have to be cancelled. Parents will be given sufficient notice of any such cancellation. Netball and football clubs may be cancelled on the actual day of the club in the event of wet weather.
A register is taken for each club at each session. If your child has attended school and then does not attend a club for which they are registered we have a statutory responsibility to ensure that they are safe. We would therefore be most grateful if you could advise the office if your child will not be attending a club on a particular day. Many thanks for your assistance.