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School Clubs

Find out about all the many extra-curricular clubs we run.

Timetable of extra-curricular activities




8.15 RumbleLess Breakfast Club
Girls netball (years 5 & 6)



8.15 RumbleLess Breakfast Club
Recorder lessons
Girls Football (Y5/6)
Music Club (KS1)



8.15 RumbleLess Breakfast Club
Choir (Y2-6)



8.15 RumbleLess Breakfast Club
Cookery club (Juniors)
Music Club (KS2)
SportsCool (KS1)



8.15 RumbleLess Breakfast Club
Violin lessons
Guitar (Juniors)



Other activities happen on an ad-hoc basis throughout the year.


Girls Football

Year 5 and Year 6 girls play on Tuesday afternoons.  Mrs Pritchard, a former parent,  has trained the girls for numerous years and led them to several victories  in inter-school competitions.





Netball for Year 5 and Year 6 girls takes place on Monday afternoons and is organised by Miss Boardman.
Year 4 girls are invited to  join the training sessions during the summer term.



The boys and girls for inter-school matches which take place at local cricket grounds.


Cookery Club

The Cookery Club is organised for the whole school.  It takes place after school when groups of children learn about healthy eating, food hygiene and how to prepare simple dishes.  The children who have taken part so far have thoroughly enjoyed the experience.  Mrs Cordey and Mrs Duffy run this very popular club.


Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club takes place every morning from 8.15 am to 8.45.  Children are given a drink and toast, croissants, bagels etc. by the staff who run it.


Music Lessons



Mrs Bradshaw visits school once a week, during dinner time, to give small groups of children lessons.  There is a small charge for this, payable to the school and children must have their own recorder.  Music books are provided by the teacher at an extra cost, payable direct to Mrs Bradshaw.  Children may be entered for music exams, but it is not compulsory.



A peripatetic music teacher, Mr Williams,  comes into school once a week to give small groups of children lessons.  There is a charge for this activity which is paid direct to Lancashire Music Service.  Children must have their own violin, which the teacher measures them up for before they commence lessons.  Children can start violin from Year 2.  Children may be entered for musicexams, but it is not compulsory.



This group is being run by Mr Haworth, a parent, and peripatetic music teacher. The lessons take place on Friday after school and is proving to be popular with the children.



Choir is open to boys and girls in Years 2 – 6.  They meet on Wednesday afternoons and have great fun preparing for their annual Christmas Concert which takes place in St James the Less Church with Haslingden and Helmshore Band.  They also perform in our annual Musical Evening which takes place at the end of the summer term.






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