REQM Silver Award

There is a huge variety of clubs before and after school that are provided by external providers. 

 

Gymnastics Club - Monday 8.30am -8.55am Year 1 - 6

Gymnastics – The club provides children the opportunity to work towards the British Gymnastics Associations Core Proficiency awards scheme. This programme assists participants in their progressive development of core skills such as balance, strength, flexibility and co-ordination whilst incorporating exciting fun pulse raising activities. Freestyle Gymnastics teachers promote an emphasis on creativity and improvisation, whilst encouraging a healthy lifestyle within a fun and safe environment. This term, it has been great to see so many children improve their gymnastics, from developing their confidence and knowledge to performing acrobatic skills and also their coordination when using apparatus. The children have created some superb routines showing off their best skills with a clear progression since the beginning of the academic year.

 

www.freestylesocceracademy.co.uk

   

Boca Football Club  - Monday 3.15pm -4.30pm  Year 1 -4

Boca Sports Group was set up in April 2016. Head Coach Matt Vernon has worked in primary schools delivering sport through physical education and extra-curricular clubs for more than six years. Along with experience in coaching football at grassroots level for twelve years here in England, he gained experience over two years working in the U.S.A. with high school soccer players. We take our inspiration and pedagogy from studies on a sports organisation based in Buenos Aires; Boca Juniors. They believe that children of all ages, abilities and social backgrounds should have the opportunity to find an area in which they can excel in sport. Our football sessions involve the development of agility, balance and co-ordination, improving social skills in a structured environment, raise personal aspirations, increased problem solving through sports and games.

Each session is tailored to the ability of the children and divided into four main areas:

Technical - How the child can perform the action of passing, dribbling, shooting etc.

Tactical - How they might work in small groups to achieve the goal of success.

Social - How they interacting together to work as a team.

Psychological - How do they think about their game and others and the decisions they can make.

 

  

Spanish Club - Monday 3.15pm -4.15pm and Tuesday 3.15pm -4pm Year 2 - 4

Club information to follow soon 

 

Cricket Club - Tuesday 3.15pm -4.15pm Year 3 - 6

Www.ajhcricket.co.uk

Coaching & Equipment supplier

AJH Cricket runs a fun after school session at Hackleton where players can enjoy the game of cricket and learn at their own pace. 

Sessions will cover all aspects of the game of cricket focusing on in game learning.

We cater for all abilities with fully qualified ECB coaches who have years of coaching experience at local, county and international level.

 

Badminton Club - Tuesday 8am - 8.55am Year 3 - 6

 

Northampton Nighthawks – is the largest junior badminton club in the county. All coaches are fully qualified and have an up to date first aid qualification.

  • Breakfast clubs use the Nighthawks award scheme (each term looking at different parts of the sport in a fun and game based approach).

  • Smash-up sessions for secondary schools

  • Junior clubs offering the sport to a wider age range on full size courts.

    • Elizabeth Woodville school, Roade

    • Northampton Academy school

    • Towcester Centre for Leisure

All children are coached via a ‘game based’ approach, offering a chance to develop and explore the sport.

Tournaments and match play practice are encouraged during the season leading to county trials at the end of the year.

www.northamptonbadmintonclub.com

  

Dodgeball Club - Wednesday 8am - 8.55am Year 2 - 6

Dodgeball – The club provides the perfect platform for children to develop key skills such as co-ordination, balance and agility taught through fun games from Professional Dodgeball GB instructors in a safe environment. There are also opportunities to work towards the Dodgeball GB player of the month awards. This term, we have seen some huge improvements in numerous individuals in a range of skills from throwing techniques and movement to spatial awareness to certain children’s all round confidence coming on leaps and bounds.

www.freestylesocceracademy.co.uk

 

Boca Football Club  - Wednesday 3.15pm -4.30pm Year R

Boca Sports Group was set up in April 2016. Head Coach Matt Vernon has worked in primary schools delivering sport through physical education and extra-curricular clubs for more than six years. Along with experience in coaching football at grassroots level for twelve years here in England, he gained experience over two years working in the U.S.A. with high school soccer players. We take our inspiration and pedagogy from studies on a sports organisation based in Buenos Aires; Boca Juniors. They believe that children of all ages, abilities and social backgrounds should have the opportunity to find an area in which they can excel in sport. Our football sessions involve the development of agility, balance and co-ordination, improving social skills in a structured environment, raise personal aspirations, increased problem solving through sports and games.

Each session is tailored to the ability of the children and divided into four main areas:

Technical - How the child can perform the action of passing, dribbling, shooting etc.

Tactical - How they might work in small groups to achieve the goal of success.

Social - How they interacting together to work as a team.

Psychological - How do they think about their game and others and the decisions they can make.

 

Latin Club - Wednesday 3.15pm -4pm Year 3 -6

Latin Club runs on a Wednesday after school. In these sessions we take a look at the ancient world as a whole and the role the Romans played in it, in particular. As well as some basic language work, we study the history of the Romans and how they lived. Their mythological stories form a large part of our sessions too. Some of the things we covered last term were  looking at the basic functions of the verb and noun, meeting Caecilius and his family, exploring his house as an example of a Roman villa, looking at what the Romans ate, meeting mythological heroes like Hercules, Odysseus and Jason and exploring trade in the Roman Empire. Our club members have successfully translated their first Latin stories and they took part in a big quiz as well as baking some Roman biscuits!

 

 

Hotshots Basketball Club - Thursday 3.15pm -4.05pm Year 3 - 6

Club information to follow soon

 

U Dance Club - Friday 3.15pm -4.15pm Year 1 - 6

uDance – The classes offer children the chance to learn a variety of dance techniques and skills taught through choreographed routines and fun learning games from hip hop and commercial genres. uDance teachers promote an emphasis on creativity and improvisation, whilst encouraging a healthy lifestyle within a fun and safe environment. Every four weeks there is a “uDancer of the Month” award presented in class. This term, we have seen some huge improvements in numerous individuals through the classes in a range of performance skills, from retention of chorography to children creating  their  own sections of movement to certain children’s all round confidence coming on leaps and bounds!

 www.freestyleudance.co.uk


 

Atomic Science Club (Spring Term 2019) Friday 3.15pm -4.15pm Year 1 - 6 

Club information to follow soon

 

Respect

Respecting yourself as well as others

Forgiveness

Show forgiveness to all, including yourself

Trust

Trusting in God and in each other

Faith

Faith and hope in God, yourself and each other

Friendship

Being generous, caring and loyal friends