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St Michael and St John's

Roman Catholic Primary School

Following the example of Jesus, together we learn, love and respect one another to be the best we can be.

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St Michael and St John's

Roman Catholic Primary School

Following the example of Jesus, together we learn, love and respect one another to be the best we can be.

Extra Curricular

 At St Michael and St John's we run a variety of clubs and extra curricular activities, during lunchtime and after school for children in Years R - 6. The choice of club can change termly and these will be advertised to parents accordingly.  Children have the opportunity to sign up to a new club at the start of each term. We aim to provide a range of provision that will appeal to all children so that every child can find a club that interests them. 

 

If you are interested in any clubs, please enquire at the office.

Some Of the clubs we have offer are

 

Cross country

Football

Lego Club

Craft Club

Dodgeball

Tennis

Judo

Fencing

Writing Club

Cricket 

Story Time

Choir

 

 

Here are children enjoying Cross Country Club.

Story ClubChildren from story club demonstrating what they would sit on if they were characters in the Oi story books. One girl is sat on deers, one girl is sat on umbrellas and a third girl is sat on slides.

In story club children from EYFS and KS1 have loved nothing more than making themselves comfortable on a pile of cushions and diving into a good story! We have enjoyed exploring a range of picture books and discovered the magic of simply listening to a story told by a great story teller. Each week we have started the club with a story and then completed an activity linked to the story such as designing birthday cakes for Moonface in The Magic Faraway Tree; thinking up our own ideas to add to Oi Frog!; using puppets to improvise and retell stories; writing our own books inspired by A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to School!; and many more.

Writing ClubChild sitting at a computer with the school logo displayed on the computer screen.

We are excited to introduce our Writing Club this term. The children will be given lots of opportunities to play with language, to explore their voice as a writer and to work collaboratively with other writers to publish their work for a wider audience in the form of a pupil newsletter. We can't wait to share their work with you.

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