After School Clubs for Year 1 and Year 2 children are run half-termly for 5 or 6 sessions depending on the length of the term.
Places for clubs are limited, to avoid disappointment please book the club as soon as possible, you will be notified by email when the clubs are on Parentmail and available to book.
Clubs are offered subject to a minimum and maximum number. Where numbers are below the minimum the club will not be able to run.
The cost of the clubs is £3.00 per session. We also charge an additional £1 per half term to cover the cost of materials/ingredients for Monday Club.
To book a place on After School Clubs go to Parentmail.pmx and select the club you would like your child to attend; you can then make a payment.
If your child is eligible for pupil premium the school will pay the cost of one club per half term. Please inform the office of the club you would like to book as soon as possible after the club goes onto Parentmail. You will need to do this each half-term.
For sports clubs, children should bring in a kit on the day of the club. Please provide warm clothing for clubs that take place outside (tag rugby and soccer). A bottle of water should also be provided.
All jewellery must be removed to participate in sports clubs.
Please collect your child promptly at the end of the club from the front of the school. (4.15pm)
In Monday Club the children take part in activities including cooking, craft and computers.
This club is run by members of our support staff.
Practice racket and ball skills along with fitness and games to improve your short tennis
The club is led by Chris Nelson, Tennis Coach, Rochford Tennis Club.
This is a new club for the children to have fun with friends making some amazing models
The club is run by members of our support staff.
Skills coaching, shooting drills, small sides games.
The club is run by Ryan from Deanes School Sports Partnership.
Children get the opportunity to work towards British Gymnastics Key steps badges.
The club is led by Sophie from Energize Essex.
Fun non-contact games designed to introduce the children to the skills involved in rugby, all which develop hand eye coordination, and introduce the children to team work, fitness and ball skills.
The club is run by Stephen Reid, Rochford Hundred Rugby Club