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Tuesday Netball is by Invite only for girls from years 4 - 6. The times are:
|Tuesday (Netball Team)||15:30||-||16:30|
Thursday Netball is for anybody from year’s 3 - 6. The times are:
Netball is a great way for girls to get active, enjoy themselves and make new friends. The club’s aim is to get girls into the game, polish skills and aid fitness. We play using the High Five rules. This means that all girls get to experience every position on court and makes for fitter, more adaptable players as they get older.
Sessions will be fun and game based with the girls taking part having an opportunity to get picked to represent the school in the many netball competitions we enter.
Run by: Lesley Criminisi & Joy Davies
Gymnastics takes place in the school hall. The times are:
Run by: Wendy Harvey.
Cross Country club is open to children in years 5 & 6. The times are:
We endeavor to get outside to train on the field so encourage the children to come in suitable clothing (weather dependent) and to bring a change of shoes and socks for the rest of the day.
Children will represent the school in a number of events throughout the year and will also get the chance to take part in the Coventry half marathon schools challenge.
Run by: Liz Pharoah, Jon Openshaw and Joy Davies.
Year 3 & 4 football is open to any children in those year groups. The times are:
On a Monday the children will play fun games and skill based activities throughout the term.
For years 4 - 6. The times are:
Children are invited to attend the Tuesday & Friday football sessions with a view of representing the school football team. The school is entered into the football league and Harry Shaw Cup as well as Coventry Schools FA Competitions so will get plenty of chance to play against other schools.
Run by: Jon Openshaw
Multi-skills is for children in years 1 & 2 to start learning athletic based skills. The times are:
They will practice skills such as balance, co-ordination, speed and agility all of which will help them in competitions all the way through their time at the school.
Run by: Jon Openshaw & Joy Davies
Multi-sports is open to years 1 & 2. The times are:
Multi-sports club is for the children to experience many different skills and sports. The children will play fun based games to pick up skills that they will use in sports throughout their time at the school whilst having fun and keeping active.
Run by: Jon Openshaw & Joy Davies
Athletics is open to years 1 - 6.
For years 1 - 3 the times are:
For years 4 - 6 the times are:
For years 5 & 6 (Invite Only) the times are:
All the athletics sessions are based around the Sports hall Athletic competition which the school enters each year. The children will learn different events that take place in the competition such as running, jumping and throwing. The sessions will also be used to see which children will represent the school at the sports hall athletics competition.
Run by: Jon Openshaw, Joy Davies & Hannah Richards
Years 3 & 4. The times are:
Children will develop their co ordination and knowledge of the game through skills and games in this session. The children will play Mini red tennis the skills they will pick up will be rallying, serving, scoring and competing and coming to the net in accordance with the LTA Mini red scheme.
Dance is open to years 3 - 6.
For years 3 & 4 the times are:
For years 5 & 6 the times are:
Children will learn a variety of dance styles to provide them with a wider knowledge of dance, encourage their creativity and increase their confidence by giving them the opportunity to dance.
Run by: Jenny Kelly
All children from years 2 - 6 are welcome to join the choir. The times are:
Run by: Lesley Criminisi.
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Aimed at all KS2 pupils. The times are:
|Wednesday||15:30 - 16:30|
Art Club allows pupils extra time to refine skills they are learning in their Art lessons. Pupils will also be able to take more responsibility for the work they produce, to enable them to play to their strengths and interests.
Run by: Amy Cobbett
For more information on any clubs please contact the school or speak to the PE department.