At Adlington St Paul's CE Primary School, we have many exciting extra-curricular clubs available to our children promoting a love for the academic, physical, creative, spiritual and cultural mind.
We ensure a wide, rich set of experiences that are planned coherently to nurture, develop and stretch pupil's talents and interests.
Clubs are reviewed and changed half termly and/or termly. Parents/carers are able to book their children onto the extra-curricular clubs via the school office.
Clubs that have been on offer last academic year include: coding club, drama club, comic club, creative writing club, story club, sewing club, art club, book club, football, netball, tennis, street dance, hockey, cricket, athletics and more! These are often inspired by our children.
Our Ethos Club is hosted by Mrs Halsall. These children have the opportunity to plan and lead worships in school as well as half termly Sunday Family services in St Paul's. This club is open to Year 5 and Year 6 pupils.
Ethos club usually meets during the school day, however during the Autumn term, they are running an after school club on Wednesdays. They also attend family services on a Sunday, often leading parts of the service. Our next Family Service is Harvest on 16th October 2022.
Our Eco Committee help create an awareness for the world God has created and how we can help keep this world a happy and healthy place. This club is run by Mrs Crosier.
Eco club usually meets during the school day, however during the Autumn term, they are running an after school club for KS2 children, focusing on our school allotments and local community litter picking.
Skillwise are an outside agency that run lunchtime clubs for the whole school every week to promote positive, active lunchtimes. These clubs are open for all children to attend during lunchtimes and run throughout the entire school year.
They also run after school clubs for our children, focusing on different sporting skills. During Autumn term, this is a football club for year 3 and 4.
Chorley Sports School Partnership
Chorley Sports School Partnership are an outside agency that we work with to promote physical health and well being throughout school. As well as providing expert teaching during PE lessons, they provide a range of after school clubs throughout the year and provide us with opportunities to compete in sporting competitions.
Autumn 1 - Football for years 5 and 6 Autumn 2 - Dance for KS1
Spring 1 - Gymnastics for years 2 and 3 Spring 2 - Rounders for years 5 and 6
Summer 1 - Tennis for years 3 and 4
Staff Led Clubs
Our staff also lead a wide range of clubs for our children throughout the year. These are often requested by the children or are chosen to nurture and develop interests and talents.
Our Autumn term clubs are :
Eco-Science Club Computing Club Book Club Arts and Craft Club
There are a range of music lessons on offer for the children. We currently have violin, guitar, piano, keyboard and singing lessons for both KS1 and KS2. Please enquire at the office if your child is interested. This is an external agency and provided by Lancashire Music Service.
In addition to this, our year 4 children have Ukelele lessons as part of their music curriculum.
Young Voices Choir
Our Young Voices club is run by Mrs Halsall. This club is run to provide the children with the opportunity to learn the songs so that they are able to attend the Young Voices Concert at the AO Arena, Manchester. It is an incredible opportunity for our children to be part of such a large choir. This club is open to children in year 5 and year 6. Photographs can be found below and photos and videos on our Twitter feed @StAdlington.
Adlington Cricket Club
Every summer, we take part in an Adlington cricket club after school club, run by the club, which ends with a cricket competition with the other local schools in the area. In summer 2021, we were crowned champions.
Booster and Quiz Clubs
We also hold booster and quiz clubs for year 6, year 4 and year 2 in preparation for their statutory assessments. These are held either before or after school and run by teaching staff.