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Clubs

Kingsland values the breadth that extra curricular activities can add to children's lives and offers a wide variety of clubs and opportunities each half term.

At Kingsland Primary School we have a variety of clubs which operate throughout the year. The clubs are educational, creative or sports based and run across both key stages.

These include trampoline, dance, football and tag rugby to name but a few. Many other activities are offered and these include performing arts activities such as Choir and Clarinet, artistic activities such as Craft Club and skill-based activities such as Gardening Club, Chess Club, Cooking and Bikeability.

Here is a timetable of the clubs for the Summer Term 2018.

SCHOOL DAY

CLUB

AGE GROUP

TIME

CONTACT

Monday

Volleyball

KS2

3:20-4:20

WBA

Monday

Guitar

Yrs 3-6

3:20-4:20

Mr Humphries

 Tuesday

 Dance (50p per session

KS2

3:20-4:20 

Mrs Rogers/ Mrs Tapley

Tuesday 

Science

Yrs 1-6

3:20-4:20

Fizzpop

Wednesday 

Team Games

KS1

3:20-4:20

WBA

Thursday 

K'Nex

KS2

3:20-4:20

Miss Street

Thursday 

Cricket

KS2

3:20-4:20

WBA

Friday 

Kickball   Rounders

KS1 

3:20-4:20 

WBA

 

Dance

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Our Dance Club runs after school on a Tuesday and is run by Mrs Rogers and Mrs Tapley. It combines disco, street dance and modern dance. This club improves the all round dance and movement skills of all participants. It also helps to promote self-esteem, co-ordination and general fitness levels. The club is open to all children from Year 1 to Year 6 throughout the year.

Izabelle: "We get to learn lots of new skills that we haven't learnt before. The best dancing we do is Cheerleading dancing."

Chess

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Our Chess Club runs after school on a Thursday and is run by Miss O'Reilly. Everyone from Years 3 - 6 is sure of a very warm and friendly welcome at Chess Club. Children can pit their wits against each other in this game of intelligence and tactics! The club is open to all children from Year 3 to Year 6 throughout the year.

Yu Xuan: "It's really fun and it really gets you thinking because you have to check the moves on the board."

Games Hour

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Games Hour is a club for all those children who just can't get enough of P.E. style activities. Games Hour is offered after school on a Monday (for one half term a year) and is run by Mr Roney. The club is open to all children in Years 2, 3 and 4. All children in these Years are welcome to come along and join in the fun!

Reece: "It's fun because you get to choose what games to play. The best game is Line Dodge Ball!"

Football

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Football club is run by teachers from West Bromwich Albion every Friday after school. Children are enthusiastic to join, really enjoy themselves and many children have gained a love for football and have joined football clubs outside of school. An outside agency also comes in to offer skills practice to our Key Stage 1 children. Please click here to see our position in the league table.

Jay: "Football club is great for anyone who loves football because you get to show off your skills in real matches. We have great training sessions and our coaches are the best."

Choir

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Choir is run by Miss Egan and Miss Howe and has proved very popular with key Stage 2 children. Choir practices are made fun and the children are encouraged to use various techniques when using their vocal talents and are given the opportunity to sing solo or as part of the choral. The children enjoy performing a variety of music ranging from Gospel, Christian Rock to pop music and songs taken from musicals such as Oliver and the Lion King. There are no auditions required for those children wishing to join the choir. If you are in Year 3 to Year 6 and enjoy singing, simply come along and join in the fun!

Isabella: "Choir is really fun and you get to learn lots of cool songs. You get a really good voice and the best bit is when Miss Gill gives us sweets, biscuits and juice."

Cycling

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Cycling Club is run by Mr. Roney during the Summer term every Monday after school. Children learn how to stay safe on the roads and practise in the safe environment of the school grounds. This club is open to all children in both key stages.


Leo: "Cycling club is fun because you get to race around. You also learn how to stay safe on a bicycle."

Clarinet

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Clarinet lessons are taught by outside teachers who come into the school. Children have the opportunity to learn a different musical instrument and they have the opportunity to play in concerts and in front of the whole school during our special musical assemblies.

Niamh: "Clarinet is fun because you get to learn different songs. Playing in concerts is a great feeling and when you get to play in assemblies in front of all of the other children."