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Clubs

Extra Curricular Clubs

At Victoria Junior School we aim to offer a range of clubs to help supplement the school curriculum. The school day starts with a Breakfast Club running from 7.45am - 8.40am, which is free of charge to pupils.

 

There are also a range of after school clubs, that run from 3:20pm - 4:20pm. Please check how much each club will cost for the term, and how to book.

 

Autumn Term 2019

Here is the timetable for clubs that Victoria Junior School is offering this term:

 

Sports Clubs

Creative Clubs

Fun Clubs

Academic Clubs

Monday

Football

Book at school office

Art – Year 3 only

Book at office

Lego

Book online

Chess

Book online

 

Choir

Book at office

Parent and Child Book Club

Book at office

Entrepreneurs

Book online

Tuesday

Tennis

Book at office

Art – Year 4 only

Book at office

Magic

Book online

 

Parkour

Book online

Gardening

Book at office

 

 

 

Baking

Book online

 

 

Wednesday

Dodgeball

Book at office

Art – Year 5

Book at office

 

11+

Book online

 

Chocolate Factory

Book online

Lego Robotics

Book online

 

Thursday

Basketball

Book at office

Art – Year 6

Book at office

Crazy Science

Book online

Algebra / Maths Magic

Book online

 

Drama

Book online

Spanish

Book at office

 

Friday

Street Dance

Book online

 

 

 

Sports Clubs

  • FOOTBALL

This popular club is run by Mr Hemmings. 

 

  • PARKOUR

Learning flips and tricks. Parkour is distinguished from gymnastics programs by its innovative, integrated and non-competitive approach to movement, storytelling and each student’s imagination.

  • BASKETBALL

By request, this brand new club is starting up and will be run by Mr Hemmings.

  • STREET DANCE

Pop, lock, freestyle and break-dance in Street Dance club! We use dance to teach character development and goal setting.  Children are encouraged to create their own routines in groups Street Dance club is lead a professional dancers. We offer these great classes with performance opportunities to parents and the school

  • TENNIS

This popular club is run by Mr Hemmings.

  • DODGEBALL

This will extremely popular club is run by Mr Hemmings, and will take place in the hall.

 

Creative Clubs

  • DRAMA

Themes such as Disney, pirates, animals, space, wizards and under the sea stimulate children’s imaginations and interest to participate in a variety of drama activities which include warm up games, speech and vocal work, movement and performance.

  • ARTS AND CRAFTS

We are very fortunate this year and Mrs Kirilova will be taking the classes for one per year group.

  • CHOCOLATE FACTORY

It is possible to have too much chocolate but not during this club! Pupils  will get the opportunity to learn how to make different chocolates from all around the world and with different techniques and styles. They will get to make enough to bring home to the family or share with classmates. This is a unique and exciting club that lots of pupils will get to enjoy. Please note any allergies prior to club!

  • CHOIR

​​​​​​​Miss Richmond will be taking this popular club, which will rehearse old favourite and practice new ones, all ready to take part in singing competitions and performances inside and outside the school.

  • BAKING

There is always a sense of accomplishment that comes along with making something from scratch! Baking Club offers the children a chance to learn how different ingredients work together, flavours and the techniques that come along with making something delicious. With a large variety of recipes we aim to bake goodies that everyone in the room can enjoy; we take allergies and dietary restrictions very seriously and want to ensure that we are providing the children with healthy alternatives to some classic favourites!

  • PARENT AND CHILD BOOK CLUB

In response to requests, Mrs Wolczynski will be running a book club for families, using exciting stories to come together.

  • SPANISH

This is your child's opportunity to extend their skills in learning a new language.

 

Fun Clubs

  • YOUNG ENGINEERS CLUB/LEGO

Young Engineers Club empowers children to explore Design techniques, Engineering principles and Physics – learning how things work. Children make-it and watch principles work in front of their eyes in real time. Each session new models will be built to demonstrate dierent concepts. Buildings, people, robots, cities, furniture and houses are just a few examples of what will be built. Each session ends with each student performing a show and tell of what they built with a Q&A.

  • LEGO ROBOTICS CLUB

The Lego Robotics Club explores the possibilities of robotic engineering, manufacturing, motorization and coding* through basic techniques and advanced techniques.  We focus on teaching pupils how to BUILD, DESIGN and MOVE their robot efficiently with sophisticated materials and power functions.

  • MAGIC

Each club will consist of learning new tricks and developing existing ones so they can master more challenging magic tricks. Role play and story time is a part of this club creating the atmosphere of a magic show! This club is all about imagination, creativity and patience! Magic is all about knowing your next move before you make it!

  • CRAZY SCIENCE CLUB

Crazy Science offers children the chance to do science-related activities that extend and enhance the science they experience in the classroom. Each week is different, as the club reflects the interests of the children, we explore different fun experiments every week. Crazy Science Club uses the opportunity to explore “off track” areas of science not covered by the curriculum and gives the club members plenty of opportunities to do practical science.

 

Academic Clubs

  • CHESS CLUB

Pupils are invited to play and improve their skills in this, the most ancient and mysterious of board games. It will consist of two levels of Chess coaching to accommodate all experience levels of the participants and provide the most enjoyable instruction and play for each individual.

  • ENTREPRENEUR

We help children create something from nothing from their imagination using STEM skills, arts & design and critical thinking to make it and structure a mini business plan to sell it. Pupils will engage in challenges such as the Toy Apprentice Challenge, where they will create a range of toys (Lego / Knex or Art Toy) which will then be placed in packaging, designed by the teams themselves.

  • 11 PLUS

We help children sail through entrance exams with tutors who are highly qualified from elite universities and have a proven track record. When sitting exams, we prepare pupils for the expected and the unexpected so that no surprises will leave them caught off guard. All pupils will be able to sit the exam calmly, and confidently answer the questions even if they are slightly different from the mock papers.

  • ALGEBRA / MAGIC MATHEMATICS

Mathematics made a lot more fun and exciting with this club, using different problem solving methods, games and handy tricks to help. Maths doesn’t need to be stressful. In this club we share easy ways to catch onto Maths and make learning it much more convenient.

 

 

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