At Central Primary School, we recognise the value and opportunity that after school clubs add for our pupils.
We aim to provide a variety of clubs to ensure that our pupils are given every opportunity to experience a wide variety of extra-curricular activities that provide character education as well as equipping pupils with the knowledge, skills and cultural capital they need to succeed in life.
All of our after school clubs have been carefully planned linking aspects of character education, cultural capital, careers links and skills for life. Pupils will have the opportunity to refine, develop and explore new skills that will be transferable across our curriculum.
Opportunities to take part in accredited courses as part of our after school provision will be available throughout the year.
We are also working closely with our School Sports Partnership and our community, to ensure our pupils have an opportunity to take part in competition, festivals and workshops.
Listed below are some of the clubs that we have previously offered. Parents will be notified by letter and social media when clubs are available with guidance on how to sign up to a range of clubs over the year.
For more information on the specific areas of cultural capital development for after school clubs and our curriculum offer, please see ‘Cultural Capital Mapping’ within the main Cultural Capital page located within the 'School Information' menu.
Children are given the opportunity develop and enhance their skills in a range of activities.
CREST is the British Science Association's scheme for STEM project work that inspires young people to think and behave like scientists and engineers.
Star Awards are a great introduction to problem-solving in STEM. They offer children the opportunity to learn through hands-on challenges that focus on their everyday lives.
The PlayMaker Award is a great introduction into leadership for pupils or students aged nine and over.
The PlayMaker Award focuses on developing learners leadership skills through sports.
Arts Award Discover is an introductory award, designed for ages 5 and above
Children collect evidence in an individual arts log of their experiences.
Through practical sessions, children increase their knowledge around healthy eating and the importance of having an active lifestyle, where they develop their own gardening skills to use at school and home.