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Science Club with Miss Bi and Miss Smith

Every Thursday Year 1 and Year 2 are participating in Science Club from 3.45pm until 4.30pm in class 2B.Children will be learning about magnets, materials and sound. They will be learning Science skills such as predicting and investigating. To see what we are doing in the Science Club, please read our Science Club plan. Also make sure you visit us every week for photos and updates.

 

Science Club Plan KS1

Drama Club with Mrs Roberts

 

Every Thursday, children are invited to put their own characters aside and get to explore and pretend to someone completely different. The aim of Drama Club is for the children to not only have fun, but to open and reveal new talents that they probably didn’t know they had before.

 

With help from Miss Roberts and my self, we hope that we can encourage and inspire confidence in our children, not just in Drama Club but in all aspects of their lives, something which will really benefit them both in the short term and long term, a magical dose of confidence and reassurance.

 

Our current production of ‘A Modern Christmas Carol’, is under way and we hope that our children will be supported and seen for the amazing little talents that they are. With our help we can help unlock their barriers and instil positivity and hope that you will see a side to them that has never been before.

 

 

 

 

Sports Clubs with Mr Green, Miss Harris and Miss Malik

 

Alston Active School Clubs AUTUMN 2016

 

Each morning there is a activity club run at breakfast club by Miss Malik, which mainly concentrates on outdoor games. Miss Malik also runs a lunchtime football club every day.

 

Monday year 5/6 squad football. 3.30 – 4.30 pm

This club is invitation only and from this squad of players teams will be chosen to represent the school. The children in this club will benefit from top quality coaching in skills and tactics to equip themselves to perform at a high level for school competitions and be able to progress in a challenging environment against children of similar ability. Teams will be picked on merit and on other factors such as size, speed, mental strength and skill depending on which opposition teams we are facing, the size of pitch and weather conditions. We do have a large squad and invitations may happen at any time of the year if a child shows great promise.

 

Monday key stage 1 multi-skills 3.30 – 4.30 pm

Mr Wells will be aiming to develop confidence and skills through playing of games. The children will also begin to be tactically aware in game playing also. This is a high energy club where to emphasis is on fun and taking part for enjoyment. The development of balance, speed and coordination will be targeted through simple games and use of equipment and balls will help develop hand eye coordination in readiness for recognised sports further up the school in Key Stage 2.

 

Tuesday year 4/5/6 girls squad football 3.30 – 4.30 pm

The girls have their chance to improve their skills and have the chance of playing for the school in various tournaments and friendlies throughout the year. The children in this club will benefit from top quality coaching in skills and tactics to equip themselves to perform at a high level for school competitions and be able to progress in a challenging environment against children of similar ability. Teams will be picked on merit and on other factors such as size, speed, mental strength and skill depending on which opposition teams we are facing, the size of pitch and weather conditions.

 

Wednesday year 3/4 Gymnastics Club 3.30 – 4.30pm

This club is for all in year 3 and 4 Mr Green will work initially on routines for competitions within school and outside of school. This club has been requested by our children and supports the gymnastics taught in curriculum time. Children who attend will have a chance to improve their balance and agility and learn floor routines and a vault. After the competitions the club will focus on gymnastics skills the children are keen to improve.

 

Thursday year 5/6 football club 3.30– 4.30pm

This club is open to all boys in year 5 and 6. The aim of this club is to allow children who maybe are starting to play football or need to improve their skills to progress to then be invited for the year 5/6 squad training night. The children in this club will benefit from top quality coaching in skills and a basic understanding of football and team work. Mr Green will work with the boys to improve their passing, heading, tackling, shooting and dribbling skills so they can really enjoy playing the game and be more successful in the future.

 

 

Thursday year 5/6 basketball club 3.15 – 4.15

This club is open to all boys and girls in year 5 and 6. The aim of this club is to allow children to practice and enjoy playing the game. Miss Harris will guide the children through the rules of the game, passing, dribbling, shooting and defending. Children from this club are more likely to be chosen for tournaments as they will get more coaching for them to be confident at playing basketball and have more practice. However the sport is also taught in curriculum time and teams will be picked on merit from the whole of year 5 and 6, and on other factors such as size, speed, mental strength and skill depending on which opposition teams we are facing.

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Green

 

 

 

 

 

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