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.
There are some exciting new clubs coming this term:
For children in Year 2 who would like to learn how to speak French. We will be singing songs and learning through fun activities.
Around the World Club
Around the World in 10 weeks! Each week the children will explore a different country looking at traditions, traditional dance and have the opportunity to taste some tradition 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. By the end of the the 10 weeks the children will have travelled through 10 different countries from around the globe.
Exploring our outdoor area, building bug hotels, using nature to make art and bird feeders are just a few examples of the fun nature activities we will be doing in our club.
If you have a love of drawing or simply want to practise your drawing skills, then come along to Mrs Richmond's exciting drawing club which will take place Monday, after school, in the Summer term.
Each week we will be exploring a different artist and theme, so get your sketching pencils ready!
Key Stage 2 Choir
Music is all around us. It is the soundtrack to our lives. Music connects us through people and places in our ever-changing world. It is creative, collaborative, celebratory and challenging. In Choir, we explore many aspect of the world around us through the themes running through the various songs we sing, creating opportunities to celebrate, share and experience music of all kinds within school and beyond. Most importantly - Choir is lots of fun!
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.
If you would like to book for 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.
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.