Clubs

An extensive range of extra-curricular opportunities offered to pupils promotes their personal development, sporting excellence and cultural enrichment.

 

We strongly encourage pupils to lead clubs and activities for others. Pupils have a well-developed sense of responsibility and the opportunity to run a club is a unique aspect of Churchfields Junior School.

Art Club

The club is run by one of our artists-in-residence.  It gives an opportunity to build important creativity whilst developing a variety of art skills.

Led by Mrs Thornton

Tuesday 15.30

Thursday 12.20

Thursday 15.30

Location: Art Room

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Book Club

Book Club gives children a place to read, talk about books and share recommendations with each other.

Led by Mr Sawyer (Mon), Mr Elliot (Tue), Mr Kennedy (Wed), Mr Warmoth (Thur), Ms Hawkins (Fri)

Monday 12.20

Location: 4S

 

Tuesday 12.20

Location: 5T

 

Wednesday 12.20

Location: 6K

 

Thursday 12.20

Location: 6Wa

 

Friday 12.20

Location: 3H

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Bananagrams

Bananagrams Club helps boost vocabulary and spelling skills in a fun and interactive word game.

Led by Mr Warmoth

Wednesday 12.20

Location: 6Wa

Bananagrams

Lower School Choir

The Lower School Choir is made up of boys and girls in Years 3 and 4. All children can take part without audition and experience the enjoyment of singing with their peers a wide variety of songs and perform at events such as Harvest Festival, Diwali and Christmas concerts. Performing in front of an audience is an experience that can prove invaluable in life.

Led by Mrs Field and Ms Ashby

Monday 12.50

Location: Hall

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Upper School Choir

The Upper School Choir is made up of boys and girls in Years 5 and 6. All children can take part without audition and experience the enjoyment of singing with their peers a wide variety of songs and perform at events such as Harvest Festival, Diwali and Christmas concerts. Performing in front of an audience is an experience that can prove invaluable in life.

Led by Mrs Field and Ms Garcia

Monday 12.20

Location: Hall

School choir singing to Manhattan School of Music

Coding

The club gives the opportunity to build computational thinking and an expertise in coding.  Children will not need any specialist equipment.

Led by Mr Wilkins

Monday 12.20

Location: Computer Suite

Boy using the computer

Colouring Club

Colouring Club gives children a calm and happy place at lunchtime to colour in pictures and complete puzzles.

Led by Midday Assistants

Monday 12.20

Tuesday 12.20

Wednesday 12.20

Thursday 12.20

Friday 12.20

Location: Practical Room

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Computing

Computing Club gives children the opportunity to build computational thinking and an expertise in coding.

Led by Mr Warmoth (Mon), Mr kennedy (Tue), Mr Webster (Wed), Ms Garcia (Thurs), Mr Webster (Fri)

Monday 12.20

Tuesday 12.20

Wednesday 12.20

Thursday 12.20

Friday 12.20

Location: Computer Suite

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Cookery

Each week children make a different dish using fresh ingredients. They bring the dish home to cook or eat.

Led by Mrs Angelo

Wednesday 15.30

Location: Practical Room

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Cricket

The children must wear their usual school PE kits.

Led by Mr Walcott

Monday 15.30

Location: Hall

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Year 6 Dance Club

Dance Club is open to all pupils in Year 6 and rehearse weekly with our specialist Dance Teacher, Mrs Bradley. Dance is exciting, fun and hugely rewarding. It highlights individual flair on the surface, but it also demands close teamwork and a high degree of personal discipline. Non-stop, action-packed dance classes encourage children to take part in weekly exercise as they learn the dances to their favourite pop songs.

Led by Mrs Bradley

Friday 12.20

Location: Hall

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Design and Technology

The club will be run by one of our artists-in-residence.  It will give children the opportunity to develop their practical skills to design, construct and evaluate using a wide variety of materials.

Led by Ms Garcia

Monday 15.30

Location: Practical Room

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Drama

Drama Club provides children with confidence in public speaking, listening and teaching them the importance of teamwork. The club also teaches children to be reliable and learn to commit their time to rehearse and improve their own improvisations and learning lines for performances in scenes.

Led by Mrs Tolson

Wednesday 15.30

Location: Hall

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Drawing Club

Drawing Club is designed to open the children’s eyes to fresh possibilities in drawing through fun lunch time sessions. Children explore and experiment with a range of drawing materials and techniques. Children are introduced to art history and are inspired by the work of other artists.

Led by Mr George

Thursday 12.20

Location: 6G

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Endagered Animals

Endangered Animals Club helps children learn about why animals are endangered and how we can help them.

Led by Mr Carey

Wednesday 12.20

Location: 4C

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Fencing

Fencing Club is led by Fighting Fit Fencing. The art of fencing, the European martial art, is often referred to as a game of chess with a sword. Its ancient origins mean that traditional values of good behaviour, sportsmanship, respect and good manners are at the heart of what we teach. Whilst fencing delivers physical benefits, it is also a game of strategy, tactics and all round mental agility.

Led by Fighting Fit Fencing

Friday 15.30

Location: Hall

Children trying out fencing

Boys’ Football Club

Boys’ Football Club is an opportunity to play together, learn new skills and the rules of the game.

Led by Ms Brown

Monday 8.00

Location: Playground

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Girls’ Football Club

Girls’ Football Club is an opportunity to play together, learn new skills and the rules of the game.

Led by Ms Brown

Tuesday 8.00

Location: Playground

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French

The club is run by our Specialist French Teacher. It will give your child the opportunity to build conversational French language skills, read stories in French and an expertise in French culture.

Led by Mr Ghose

Friday 15.30

Location: 5B

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Global Citizens

Global Citizens Club allows children to actively engage with the world, engage in activities to bring about positive social change and help to make it a more just and sustainable place.

Led by Mr Tittle

Friday 12.20

Location: 5T

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Gymnastics

We are a British Gymnastics Partner School. Gymnastics provides an excellent foundation for many sports by helping children to develop agility, balance and coordination.

Led by Mrs Bradley

Friday 15.30

Location: Hall

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Gym Squad

Gym Squad Club aims to give students a formal and structured approach to Gymnastics. Through the term they will be learning structured competition routine, individual techniques and working within a team for the floor exercises.

Led by Mrs Bradley

Tuesday 12.45

Thursday 12.45

Location: Hall

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LAMDA

LAMDA is a public speaking club which develops performance skills, improved speech and diction, helps children gain more confidence and enhance their social and interaction skills.

Thursday 15.30

Location: Hall

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Lego Club

Lego Club is  a place where children meet every lunch time to make wonderful creations out of Lego. Children use their imagination to build complex models and we focus in particular on developing co-operation and sharing skills through play situations. Lego club is a very popular activity and open to all ages. We have millions of bricks, minifigures and accessories for children to build any ideas they wish.

Led by Ms Williams (Mon), Mr Sawyer (Tue), Mr George (Wed), Mr Kennedy (Thur), Mr Waters (Fri)

Monday 12.50

Tuesday 12.50

Wednesday 12.50

Thursday 12.50

Friday 12.50

Location: Computer Suite

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Karate Club

Karate Club is a martial art club and a great way to improve confidence, coordination, self-defence, fitness and discipline.

Led by UMAKS

Tuesday 15.30

Location: Hall

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Makers Club

Makers Club gives your child the opportunity to develop their practical skills to design, construct and evaluate things they make using a wide variety of materials.

Led by Mr Tittle

Tuesday 12.20

Location: 5T

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Netball

The club will is run by our P.E Teacher and school team coach. Your child will need to arrive ready to play in outdoor P.E kit, and bring school uniform with them in a bag.

Led by Mrs Brown

Friday 8.00

Location: Playground

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Orchestra

Orchestra is a club open to all years groups and for pupils at all levels of ability. Playing in the School orchestra encourages promising musicians to experience the inspiring sounds of an orchestra and in the company of their peers, encourage them to enjoy the vibrant and invigorating atmosphere of shared music-making.

Led by Mr Nunn and Ms Garcia

Wednesday 12.50

Location: Hall

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Origami Club

Origami Club helps develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and mental concentration. Children fold paper to create a variety of animals and object. Use of the hands directly stimulates areas of the brain as well as being very enjoyable fun.

Led by Ms Lunn

Tuesday 12.20

Location: 5L

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Social Club

Social Skills Club meet every day and take part in activities which are designed to help children develop their social interaction skills and build peer relationships.

Led by Mrs Lim

Monday 12.50

Tuesday 12.50

Wednesday 12.50

Thursday 12.50

Friday 12.50

Location: Group Room

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Tennis Club

Tennis Club develops hand-eye co-ordination, introduces the tennis skills or serving, forehand and backhand strokes, rallying, scoring and develops an understanding of the game.

Led by Ms Argent

Wednesday 8.00

Location: Hall

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