Welcome to the school clubs page of our website. We will keep you informed of our clubs and add useful documents and links here that support club activities.
We run a range of clubs throughout the year. These change from term to term so please look out for letters coming home which will give details of specific clubs running. Recent clubs have included:
KEY STAGE 1
‘Lets Get Active’ which enables key stage one children to take part in a wide range of active games, Multi skills and Tri Golf after school club.
KEY STAGE 2
For children in Years 3 through to Year 6 we have recently run Zumba and cheerleading classes during lunchtimes and basketball and athletics after school. Our thriving football teams practice weekly and are open to boys and girls from year 4 upwards who also take part in tournaments with other schools.
Our school choir of about 75 strong and rehearse and perform throughout the school year at events including the Summer Fair, Carol Singing at the Willowbrook Centre in Bradley Stoke and two performances of Carols by Candlelight held at the school. Children at Little Stoke love singing and we are very proud of our fantastic choir.
All the clubs are free of charge and provide children with the chance to develop their sporting skills, their co-ordination, competitive tactics and refining specific techniques, while socialising and building new friendships under the supervision of enthusiastic coaches and teachers.
The ’20 Minute Club’ – a story / group activity based club open to the whole school and held in the main hall 3 lunchtimes a week from 12.40 to 1pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This provides an alternative to being on the playground and there is no need to pre-book a place, just turn up and enjoy the story or video! The club is run by Mr Howes and Mrs Sargent.
Qualified sports coaches are also on our playground every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday lunchtime to encourage and inspire children to play co-operatively and to work on solving sporting conflicts effectively. They will also be introducing new games to the playground and working with all age groups within their own game play.
Places for the clubs fill up quickly so at the beginning of each term keep an eye out for the sports clubs letter to see what exciting sporting opportunities are on offer for your child that term.