After School Clubs

We run a variety of after school clubs which we rotate on a termly basis so that the children have lots to choose from.  This term we have Sports Club, Boogie Pumps, Forest Club and Tennis Club. We are always open to suggestions and help from volunteers who would like to join in and help us with the clubs.

Breakfast Club

 

We recognise that breakfast is a really important start to the day for all children and to help our parents get to work on time we decided to open a breakfast club where children can have breakfast in a warm relaxed atmosphere. The club is very popular and you will hear lots of laughter and chatter especially once the children’s appetites have been satisfied. We offer cereals, fruit, pancakes, toast and crumpets. Once they have finished eating there an opportunity for them to play with their friends before school starts.

After school Forest Club

Our Forest School Club has been running for over four years and has been a great success. The children absolutely love going into the woods and exploring the local flora and fauna. We were delighted when Marie, a Forest School teacher agreed to run the club which runs on a Wednesday afternoon between 3 and 4.30pm. The children have been learning to build dens, clear a camp fire circle and build a fire, climb trees, cooking and creating wonderful sculptures with the materials they can scavenge from the forest floor.

Boogie Pumps

 

A fun and energetic introduction to dance, Boogie Pumps lets the children feel that rhythm and dance to the beat in a really exciting after school session.

 

Sports Club

Rupert Thorne from Kids @ Sport runs a very lively after school sports club. Children can enjoy playing all sorts of games involving a lot of energy as well as learning to develop their skills in football, hockey, cricket and tennis.   Rupert is also running a lunchtime football club who compete in an annual local schools competition.

Tennis Club

Linzee Proudfoot coaches her Tennis Club sessions based on learning through fun, for all abilities. The sessions involve co-ordination, ball skills, balance, agility, speed and team paticipation. The emphasis is always on having FUN.

Headteacher

Mrs Sara Dangerfield

 

Contact Us

Peaslake Free School,
Colmans Hill,
Peaslake,
Surrey.
GU5 9ST

01306 730411

info@peaslakefreeschool.com

 

 

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