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The staff give willingly  of their own time to run numerous clubs and teams, both during the lunchtime and after school.

The clubs offer a range of activities including music, drama, sport, environment, ICT, games, art and craft and philosophy. The current after school clubs are listed below

Homework Club - Every afternoon from 3.25 - 4.25pm There is a cost of £2.25 per session. To secure a place for your child, you will need to pay in advance. Please speak to the office.

The following lunch time and after school clubs are free. For some of the clubs there is a waiting list. The after school clubs finish at 4.30pm unless otherwise stated.

 

Term 2 After School Clubs

 

Day After school
Monday

Scrabble 4:15pm finish

Yr 6 Boys Football

Yr 5&6 Girls Football

Yoga

Yr3&4 Book Club

Yr 3&4 Puzzle & Games Club

Homework Club (finish at 4.25pm every day)

Tuesday

Cookery (£1.50 per session)

Choir 4:15 finish

Flim Club

Yr 4 Sewing Club

Yr 3&4 Netball(External Coaches)

Homework Club

Wednesday

All Boys Football (External Coaches)

Thursday

Yr 5&6 Netball 4:15 finish

Art

Yr 6 Podcast Club

Yr 5&6 Netball

Drama

Homework Club

Friday

Homework Club

 

The gardening Club has now moved to a Thursday after school and has been opened to Year 5/6 pupil. Their first week was very busily spent erecting 4 greenhouse structures. 

They coped very well with reading flat pack instructions.

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The Gardening Club (Tuesday 2015-16)

The Wildlife garden, an area which was fairly unusable before April 2014 is continually developed by two superb parents who give up much of their time. If you have green fingers, they may well welcome some extra assistance.  This area is now well stocked and is now a lovely learning environment.  The planting of this area will continue to enable the children to learn about different plant types.

The Gardening Club children have just spotted (19.04.16) a variety of living mini beasts such as: frogs, newts, pond skaters etc. 

Our seed potatoes have just been sown (ready for the Ruxley Garden Centre Competition - we got a Silver Award last year) and bulbs are ready to be planted next week around the lodge.

We have also entered a further competition whereby the children have to do all the work to create the best seed bed - our planting will encourage bees and butterflies to the school grounds.

 

The whole site desperately needs good quality top soil and compost so if you know anyone that could support the children with this vital hands on learning experience we would love to hear from them.

 

Thank you

Mrs Nicholson and Mrs Bull

 

2015-16 A recent competition to create exciting cane toppers was held in school.  The canes are supporting the new trees on the field, which over time will provide much needed shade for all future generations of pupils at Shears Green.

Cane Toppers - whole school competition

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Enjoying the fun after sweeping up leaves in the Wildlife garden

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Recorder Club

On Wednesday 26th April the beginner and advanced Recorder groups attended the Thameside Recorder Festival in St George's church.  We spent a day rehearsing and then took part in a concert in the evening.  A great time was had by all and I was extremely proud of them.  

 

Thank you parents for supporting your children.  I know they thoroughly enjoyed the day.

Mrs Dowle.

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The beginners recorder club has moved to Monday lunchtime in 3AD.  The advanced recorder group are going to help me teach the beginners.  Thank you Year 6!

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