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After School Club Timetable 2023-2024

Clubs, classes and creative sessions provide fun ways for kids to play, learn new skills and gain fresh experiences. Activities after school don't just keep restless kids busy or entertained. They can also offer great developmental benefits that will help them academically and socially.Tudor Primary offer various after school clubs for our pupils, please see the timetable above of what days our clubs run. Below is a short detail what each club involves. 

Sports at Tudor 

We run various sports clubs for our pupils after school.  

QPR  after school club

This year we have had QPR with us all year.  Once a week they come in to support various class teachers with their delivery of PE and to run an after school club girls football club.

QPR  teacher support


This year we have had QPR with us all year.  Once a week they come in to support various class teachers with their delivery of PE and to run an after school club girls football club.


The sessions helped me to get familiar with the PE curriculum in more detail.  QPR helped me to structure lessons in ways that were engaging for children and at the same time showing children’s progress. It helped me teach the beginning and end of the lesson while also up levelling their skills each lesson.  I gained more confidence and can now use different approaches to teach PE lessons. 


They helped massively, they introduced me to new games and movement skills to keep the children active throughout the PE lesson.  They helped with my confidence in teaching PE and showed me how to develop my skills into a good PE lesson. 


QPR were really supportive and constructive when observing and giving feedback.  Gave great ideas and demonstrated how to implement them. 

Football - Our brilliant football squads offer Year 5 and 6 boys and girls the opportunity to train and refine their football skills, and to play in local matches and tournaments.  It is always our aim to play well, to play fair and to win! Throughout the year both football teams will get the chance to compete at local competitions and tournaments giving them a chance to represent the school and show off their newly acquired skills.


Athletics - Children will participate in track and field events as seen in the Olympics. Events include: Sprinting, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Hurdles, Relay, Javelin and more. 


KS1 Multi Skills sport - Multi-skills clubs provide a non-sport specific, fun, challenging and enjoyable starting point for children's involvement in sport. Sessions include a wide variety of games and activities, all involving the development of skills and attributes that can be applied to their learning. 


Cricket Club - It can improve endurance, stamina, physical fitness and hand eye-coordination. Cricket also involves short bursts of sprinting and throwing which is good for cardiovascular health. The game is good for developing team skills.


Hockey Club - Hockey is a form of cardiovascular exercise, and whether you're skating or running, your body benefits from the activity. Because of the start-stop nature of the game, where quick bursts of running are broken up by periods of rest, children enjoy even greater cardio benefits. 


Dance Club - Dancing is a fun way to exercise, improving physical and mental health, as well as build confidence and physical presence, our year 3 and 4 children always enjoy taking up dance club. Our dance club also includes ballet, Bhangra, and street form as well as learning dance from all other cultures. The dance clubs change on a termly basis. 


Extra Curricular After School Clubs

Tudor also runs various clubs that are there to help our pupils learn new skills and develop their reading, maths, and listening skills. 


Reading and Comprehension Club - our reading clubs help children to prepare for the future and enhance their reading skills. Children may do reading in a class or visit the Library, children learn about different genres, talk about their favourite characters and learn to communicate with each other. The children are encouraged to read widely and be able to write book reviews to display up in our classrooms. 


Maths Booster - Maths booster sessions are held for our pupils who may need extra sessions to increase their knowledge in maths, these are a great way for our children to develop their skills. 



ICT Club - Every Thursday after school, children are welcome to use the ICT facilities in the school in the computer suite. The children also learn the importance of E-Safety, and also various apps to help them with homework online and completing their homework on myuso. ICT club offers our pupils access to computers for those who may not access it at home. 


Art Club - children work with the mediums of batik, glass paints and 3D materials to create amazing pieces of artwork. Children use recycled resources to teach them that they can create art with anything, as well as putting their artistic skills by drawing and painting.  This club is very popular! 


Chess Club - Chess club run by Mr Giordmaina helps boost planning skills, improves memory, helps, with problem-solving elevates creativity and is great for Maths development. 


Cooking Club - Run by Mrs Panesar in the Spring term. The children enjoy cooking club, learning how to be independent, learning new recipes and stimulating creativity and skills children may need in everyday life, as well as encouraging cultural awareness and developing social skills. 


Pottery Club - Lead by Miss Baldwin, pottery helps improve Motor Skills, Improving Sensory Development, Improving Self-Esteem, and Learning to Solve Problems in a Safe Setting. During class, their focused faces reveal their creativity is being fully engaged as they create various pottery designs. 



Music at Tudor - There are many opportunities for performing music at Tudor throughout the school year. The children hold great performances at our school assemblies. Each Christmas and spring we take part in concerts.


Forest School Club - Lead Mrs Chaggar, Children come and learn variety of new skills
through hands-on experience in a natural environment. In all weather and conditions,
45 min session after school will allow your child to build on their imagination, self-esteem,
confidence, social skills, and life skills and enhance all curriculum subjects through
creative outdoor activities. For more information, please see our leaflet. sessions



All our clubs change over on a termly basis, new letters are sent out on the last week of term, so that parents have enough time to decide which club will suit their child's needs.