Larkhill Primary For Parents

School Clubs

Overview

At Larkhill Primary School, we place great value on the extra-curricular opportunities that children have in school. There are countless examples in life of children who have attended a club, discovered that they have a talent in that activity, and then gone on to pursue that in later life, or even as their career. Clubs are a chance for children to try out a new activity, enjoy it, and socialise with others while doing so. We also run 'Club Friday', which takes place for one hour on a Friday afternoon as a reward for all children.

We are very open to holding new clubs, and we welcome any parents with particular passions or interests to volunteer to lead a club. If you have something you would like to offer, please contact the school office. Teacher-led clubs are free of charge. However, clubs run by individuals or external organisations may incur a cost.

Please could you ensure your child is collected promptly after the session ends. If you have given permission for your child to walk home, please inform the club leader and/or the school office in writing. Rest assured that all club leaders have undertaken a DBS check.

Term 2 Clubs

  • Football Year 3 and 4 - Starts Monday 12th November
  • Netball Year 3 to 6- Starts Tuesday the 13th November
  • Tag Rugby Year 3 to 6 - Starts Wednesday the 14th November
  • Gymnastic Year 3 to 6 - Starts Thursday 15th November
  • Running Club - Starts Thursday the 15th November

We are pleased to announce that judo club is also starting again in term 2, and we are also hoping to offer a horse riding club too. Watch this space for more details.


Why Join a Club?

Young people’s skills start to grow and evolve from an early age, and their time at school plays a significant role in shaping their attributes and personality. By taking part in our after-school clubs, students enhance their social skills and enjoy spending time with other children outside of the classroom. They also develop a range of other attributes, depending on which club they attend.

"We encourage all pupils to take part in a variety of activities that promote personal growth and achievement."

Mrs Emily Taylor Head Teacher

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