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Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

School Clubs

Sports and School Clubs

 

We believe that sports, experienced in a safe, engaging and supportive environment, is a significant factor in developing our children’s physical competence and confidence. Our children are also encouraged to appreciate the importance of a healthy lifestyle and be aware of the factors that affect their. Here at Our Lady Immaculate School we run a wide range of before and after school clubs. We believe that a full and varied programme provides children with opportunities to develop and mature and to experience activities in a fun and relaxed manner.

 

Key Stage 2 Choir

Do you enjoy singing? Do you enjoy being part of a team? Do you enjoy learning new things? Do you enjoy performing? If so then Choir is definitely the club for you! This year the Choir have been signed up to take part in the amazing Voice in a Million concert which will take place at the O2 on Wednesday 15th March 2022. In our Choir sessions, which will take place on Monday evenings we will be learning a range of songs that we will perform the annual Schools Arena event which involves around 5,000 to 6,000 schoolchildren of all ages, performing a set list of songs as part of the VIAM Choir. There is also an audience of between 5000 and 6,000 parents, relatives and friends, these are seated on either side of the arena in the tiered galleries, getting the best view of their school and the spectacle. It really will be the most wonderful experience. 

 

Choir is open to all children in Key Stage 2. Please do come and join us!

 

Around the World Club

Each week the children will explore a different country looking at traditions, traditional dance and have the opportunity to taste some traditional food from each place! In Week 1, the children will be provided with their own passport that will be stamped after we have learnt about each country. 

 

Running Club

This club will be open to children of all running abilities in years 4 to 6, whether they are new to distance running or regularly attend parkruns. The aim of this is very much for the participating children to achieve personal bests and embrace the joy of running.

We will be completing a range of running activities, which will build up week on week with the aim of improving children's fitness and running stamina.

 

 

Food Tech Club

 

 

If you would like to book a place on any of the clubs run by school or Fit for Sport on Monday to Thursday, please book through Parentpay. Please note cash will not be accepted at the office for any of the clubs.

 

In order to book for a club from one of our external providers, parents must use the forms found below the timetable.

 

 

Autumn 2022 timetable

Kingston School Sport Partnership

We are part of, and support the aims of, the Kingston School Sport Partnership working together to prepare young children for a future of confident sports participation and lifelong physical activity. 

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