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School Clubs

Throughout the year, the children are encouraged to lead lunch time clubs under the supervision of staff members. A list of these clubs is detailed below. We recommend that children show independence to sign themselves up. This gives our older pupils the opportunity to experience leadership and planning while our younger pupils can identify with the leaders as role models.

Our after school sport club partner this year will be Progressive Sports as well as local community sports clubs. Club letters are available to download below.

As the year develops, school staff will announce that they will be running a club to run for a half-term or longer. The themes of these can vary. Take a look at the pictures below to see what the children have sampled in past years.

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School Clubs 2021-22

Autumn Term

Choir – Mrs. Fellows will be sharing a love of singing with the school as she restarts the school choir this year. Children will be notified of this during the term and will sign themselves up for this club. Mrs. Fellows is a trained music teacher with years of experience. In past years, the choir has performed carols for Christmas at local care homes and also to the school community at fairs and celebrations.

Running Club returns for another successive year led by Mr. Peach and Miss Botham. Please read the attached letter and respond if you would like your child to attend.

Running Club Letter 2021-22

Glow in the Dark Dodgeball – On a Tuesday and Thursday during Autumn term, Progressive Sport will be delivering Glow in the Dark Dodgeball to infants and some juniors. Please read the information below to book a place for your child.

Ashbourne Pri Autumn Dodgeball letter


School Clubs Summer 2021

As social distancing rules eased in Summer 2021, staff and pupils enjoyed a range of clubs.

Mrs. Wilton’s after school club enjoyed range of themed nights such as ‘Drama Night’ and ‘Film Night’ alongside the usual high quality provision enjoyed by regular attendees. Some older children also led a ‘Love of Reading Club’ to encourage a love of reading in younger pupils.

Running club were in full flight where possible. Looks like they’ve had enough!

Miss Davis continued to offer a cooking club, which was again a roaring success. Mrs. Bailey, who creates wonderful baked goods at lunch times, shared her expertise with the young cooks.

Lots of staff were involved in leading clubs during the summer term. The full compliment is listed below.

Tag Rugby – Mr. Clark

Cookery – Miss Davis & Mrs Bailey

Running Club – Mr. Peach & Miss Botham

Games Club – Mrs. Howell

Science Club – Miss Valentine

Skipping Club – Mrs. Adams & Miss Durose

Line Dance Club – Miss Durose

Craft Club – Miss Toone

Football Club – Mr. Peach

Trekking Club – Mrs. Olrini, Mrs. Powling & Miss Botham

Biscuit Club – Mrs. Blake

Nature Club -Mrs. Thornley

Art Club – Mrs. Blake