Our school provides lots of opportunities for pupils to participate in a range of extra curricular activities. Below you will find a timetable of our current clubs and underneath this is more information and details of some of our clubs.
ON THIS WEEK:
|Breakfast Club runs from 8am-8.50am each morning.|
8.00 - 8.55
Active 60 Club
3.20 - 4.20
|Dance Club (Y5/Y6)
3.20 - 4.20
Gymnastics Club (Y3/Y4)
3.30 - 4.00
8.00 - 8.55
Information on Past and Present Clubs
Mr Bache runs the Choir, supported by Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Suthers.
The choir were part of the Young Voices Concert on Monday 30th January. The concert took place at the Genting Arena and they were joined by over 4000 other children and a live band. The children and staff had a great day.
In Summer 2016 the choir recorded their first music video. We did a cover of the classic hit 'Perfect day.'
In December 2015 won the Free Radio Christmas Stars competition. We won £200 worth of music vouchers and our song was played on Free Radio on Christmas Day .
In November 2015 the School Choir were involved in recording a CD 'Now That's What I Call A Grendon Christmas.' The children worked extremely hard on the day and had to be very patient as we often had to re-record things to make our CD sound as amazing as possible.
Music and Instruments
There are opportunities for children in Key Stage 2 to learn and play musical instruments at Grendon. These lessons are provided by visiting teachers from Services for Education. Ms. Davis offers violin lessons to children on a Wednesday afternoon. Miss Fox teaches woodwind instruments to children on Tuesday afternoon. Learning an instrument is a fantastic extra skill for children to develop in addition to their statutory Music curriculum time.
Mr Groves leads Sports Club with different year groups throughout the week. The aim of the club is to increase participation in sports and to learn a range of game based activities.
Active 60 Club (Y2)
Run by Mrs. Shea, Active 60 encourages participation in sports events outside school hours.
Dance Club (Y3/Y4)
Run by Beth from Fusion, Dance Club gives children the opportunity to experience areas of the PE curriculum they may have missed during the Covid19 Pandemic.
Miss Featherstone teaches children a range of art skills and they have the opportunity to create their own art pieces inspired by famous artists as well as their own interests.
Run by Beth from Fusion, Gymnastics Club gives children the opportunity to experience areas of the PE curriculum they may have missed during the Covid19 Pandemic.
These may return soon or be clubs that run at certain times of the year.
- Football Skills with Mr Goodman
- Change4Life with Mrs Thompson and Miss Clarke
- Balanceability with Mrs Prendeville
- Outdoor Club with Miss Wilson and Mr Darby