Gardening Club runs every Friday from 3.15-4.15pm from February half term (when the soil wakes up after the winter) to October half term (when soil goes to sleep for the winter).
Our aim is to make gardening fun whilst teaching the children about plants and the growing process as well maintaining the schools outdoor environment while following our school aim:
‘Sowing the seeds of a lifelong love of learning in a caring Christian community’
Gardening club is available for children from reception to year two and is allocated on a first come first served basis. If your child has been unsuccessful in gaining a place they will be placed on a waiting list and given priority next half term.
Each term we try and grow things to share with the whole school or donate to a local foodbank.
Over the last year we have grown; raspberries, black currents, potatoes, runner beans, lettuce, tomatoes and apples and 600 hundred spring bulbs !
We have also grown flowers from seeds, for our entry in the ‘Rugby in Bloom’ schools competition which we enter annually.
If you would like to join Gardening Club please speak to the office, there is a small weekly fee to attend this club.
Reception, Y1 and Y2
Sports Club runs from 3.15 – 4.15 on Wednesdays and Fridays at the school and is offered free of charge. Each child in school can attend one of these clubs per week if they wish to. We offer a wide range of sports, we vary the activities on offer half termly in order to allow the children to experience as many different sports as possible.
If you would like your child to attend, please contact the office for further information.
Art club takes place during one lunchtime per week. Children have made decorations, created projects and used different types of art materials. It is free of charge, with 8 children able to attend each half term. Places are available on a first come first served basis with children who are unable to attend placed on a waiting list.