Sports & Activity Clubs
No Netball Club - Thursday 21st June
Teacher Led Clubs
The school runs a variety of clubs at lunchtimes and after school which are led by teachers and teaching assistants. At the beginning of each term a letter and form are sent home for you to complete and return with your child's preferences. All the clubs are very popular and we will do our best to ensure children are able to join the clubs requested, however please note that this is not always possible.
21CK!: A Christian children's ministry club designed to give kids in Y1-6 an exciting and fun packed time learning all about the Christian faith with games, drama, craft, music and building friendships.
Advanced Coding: Designed to push the boundaries of coding and teach children a new and useful language to work with. It is challenging but children should learn some great skills along the way.
Advanced Recorders: For those pupils who can play a simple tune like 'hot cross buns' or 'three blind mice' and would like to learn more. Children learn more notes, how to read music and begin to play pieces so that they are able to become part of the school band if they wish.
Art Y5-6: Offers opportunities for budding artists to extend their knowledge and experience of artists and their works; learn about the ways in which artists have influenced both in the past and the present and explore 2D and 3D ideas, designs and creative works of their own, using a range of materials, including IT.
Art Y2: (Not Summer Term) The children learn about a famous artist and his or her artworks. The children then have a go at recreating or interpreting the art in the same or a similar medium. Examples of each term's projects are on display in the KS2 art area.
Circuits: A fun, weekly, 30 minute lunchtime circuit training class to get children involved with physical fitness and help them to enjoy exercise. The exercises are a variety of high intensity movements targeting the whole body and will all be adapted to the level of the children involved. Performed over a short period of time (30 sec to 1 min), the children get the opportunity to move around stations to try all exercises over the course of the class. No prior knowledge of circuit training is needed for this club.
Drawing Club: Will offer children in years 2-4 an opportunity to develop drawing techniques and skills in a series of weekly half an hour sessions. Each week we will explore a different theme and experiment with different drawing materials.
Football Y5/6: Regular training sessions on a Thursday after school with occasional fixtures against other local primary schools in the area within the local 'football league'. Fixtures will be on Thursdays after school and when these occur we will not have training. The club is open to keen year % and 6 children and we encourage both boys and girls to come along.
Forest School: (Not Summer Term) A hands-on, play based club where children can explore art, science and team building activities using our outside environment. Children will need to bring wellies/outdoor shoes, a waterproof jacket and gloves (also a snack if they want one!).
Gardening Club: This fun weekly club was started by parents in 2017 to encourage children to develop a love of gardening and to grow their own tasty, nutritious fruit and veg, as well as beautiful plants and flowers. The hands-on sessions facilitate KS1 children to explore all sorts of horticultural activities in a creative way. Wednesdays 1515 to 1615. £10 per half term, payable in advance. The club is staffed by parents and volunteers - and if you’d like to be involved, please do contact the office.
For KS2 there is a lunchtime club, 1230-1300, £5 per half term.
Girls Soccer: Open to all girls regardless of ability, this club will focus on both individual and team development.
Maths Games: Maths Games Club is an opportunity for children to practice key Maths skills in a fun way, both through the use of ICT and through playing games such as puzzles and problem solving challenges. Children will have the chance to go on Sumdog, Times Table Rockstars and to be introduced to other websites to hone their Mathematical skills on. Songs and rhymes will also be used to help reinforce key facts such as number bonds and time.
Multi Skills: This multi sports club is focused on the fun development of basic motor skills that provide a sound base for continued involvement in sport and recreation. Children will take part in different, exciting activities to build fundamental skills with a strong focus on allowing the children to explore their own likes, abilities and strengths as well as encouraging great team work.
Netball Club: Regular training sessions on a Thursday after school with occasional fixtures against other local primary schools in the area within the 'netball league'. Fixtures will be on Thursdays after school and when these occur we will not have training. The club is open to keen year 5 and 6 children and we encourage both boys and girls to come along.
Running Club: (NOT SPRING TERM) The aim of Running Club is to enjoy running! Each week we play games and focus on different types of running from sprinting on the field to long distance adventures around the school grounds.
School Band: Is for anyone who can already play an instrument a little and would like to learn some of the songs we sing in assemblies, Harvest festival and at Easter and Christmas etc.
School Newspaper: Newspaper Club provides a brand new opportunity for top writers in years 5 and 6 to report on exciting St Nic's news! Club members will report on events, perform interviews and help to design and edit the paper, which will be published on the school website when ready. Enthusiastic writers who would like to take part should provide Mr Davies with a piece of their writing.
Singing Club: At the start of January 2018 Glee Club and Choir merged to form the......'St Nics Singers'
A chance for those who love singing to stretch their vocal chords! We practice, perform and record a range of popular and traditional songs; with the opportunity to perform to audiences both in and out of school during the year.
Tag Rubgy: A club aimed at KS2 children wanting to begin or develop skills in the game of tag rugby. Tag Rugby is a non-contact , fast moving game that is suitable for all abilities. Boys and girls can play together in a safe, fun, lively environment. Children will have the opportunity to develop skills and take part in small sided games during training with the potential to play friendly matches against other local schools over the year. No prior knowledge of tag-rugby is needed for this club.
Ukulele: A beginner group with no requirement for prior musical knowledge. Ukuleles are provided. We will start learning chords and work up to accompanying singing groups e.g. the Key Stage 1 singing group and the school choir.
Wiggle and Wriggle: A song and dance club for Reception, year 1 and year 2 children. Join us in moving and grooving to popular songs chosen by the children.
Clubs run by external providers
Please click on the link to find out more clubs run by External Providers
Dance Club: Tuesday after school. Y1-3 3:15-4:00pm and Y4-6 4:00-4:45pm.
Fees £4 ( £3.50 for a sibling) per session payable per half term.
Children are to wear black leggings & t shirt, bare feet or dance shoes. Please pack an extra snack to have before the session starts. For more information contact: email@example.com
The Outdoors Project: Wednesday after school. Y1-6 3:20-4:20pm (Starts in the Summer Term 2018)
Fees £7 per session payable termly.
Sussex Academy of Music: click here for more information.