Extra Curricular

We offer a range of extra curricular opportunities to our pupils.
***Autumn Term 2020 Update - Due to the current COVID-19 situation there won't be any breakfast or after-school clubs for the remainder of this term. This will be under review in December 2020 in preparation for the planning for the spring term. 
We look forward to the return of our provision as soon as it is safe to do so. These include the following:
  • Lego Club
  • Choir
  • Ukulele 
  • Art Club
  • Street Dance
  • Multi-Sports 
  • EYFS/KS1 Multi-Sports
  • Tennis Club
  • Rugby Club
  • Football Club
  • NFL Flag Football
  • Archery Club
  • Curling Club
  • Tri-Golf 
Character Education

Commando Joe's aims to provide a character learning journey that can be personalised to the needs of children, whatever their background or circumstance - encouraging our children to think critically and develop a mindset that thrives on looking at themselves and others from different perspectives. 

The School led Primary programme is progressive from Early Years phase through to Year 6 and prepares children and young people during the important transition phase to secondary school. The resources help create a smooth transition process which is based on children’s academic and pastoral needs.

Building the confidence of primary school children before they leave is of utmost importance: children with high self-esteem are better able to make difficult decisions under peer pressure, approach adults for support, and be self-sufficient in their learning. The programme develops this resilience through many activities, being part of the team, performing challenges or having a leadership role. Activities in class and homework projects that need to be completed independently can help prepare children for the new world of homework timetables. They develop their sense of adventure and increase their self-sufficiency by taking part in new and unfamiliar activities. These transferable skills will stand them in good stead as they move off into the unfamiliar world of secondary education.

The programme compliments the core curriculum teaching time and supports lessons. Alternatively, we may use it before, during and after school, alongside curriculum enrichment and house celebration events, the programme will contribute to cultural, physical, spiritual, moral and social well being and play a part in extending each child’s understanding of British values.