Watlington Community Primary School
Extra Curricular Activities
Activities which extend beyond our academic curriculum help to build independence and resilience, this is why we aim to broaden the curriculum with extracurricular events and activities.
After school Clubs
We currently offer after school clubs Monday - Thursday. These are charged at £3.75 per session and can be signed up for via ParentPay. Football sign up is directly via the ICS link sent via Class DoJo.
For Spring Term (2023) the clubs offered are:
Monday - Dance
Tuesday - Football (ICS), KS1 Craft club
Wednesday - Basketball
Thursday - KS2 Craft Club
After School Tuition
After school tuition is also offered to pupils who need a little extra support to catch up and close gaps caused by school closures. Pupils are selected for tuition by their class teacher, pupils attend two 30min sessions per week for 15 weeks.
The school currently has a breakfast club available term time only from 7:45am until 8.30am at a cost of £4.50 per session, per child.
Children have access to breakfast which may include, cereal, toast and fruit. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
There is a limit to the number of children that we can accommodate in the club and as such we ask that regular users of our breakfast club book and pay for sessions for the whole half-term. If you would like to use the facility on an ad hoc basis, please contact us via the school office to ensure that we have a space available for your child.
Trips and Residential Trips
We organise trips out in line with our curriculum or as a reward trip for accumulation of DoJo points. Trips are advertised via ClassDoJo.
A two night residential trip is planned for pupils in Year 5 and 6, this year we are going to Kingswood in June. We will host a preparation evening nearer the time.
We also offer a one night local camping trip for Year 4 at Inside Out Bushcraft and Adventure, more information will be available via Class DoJo nearer the time.
We also hold House days in school, where pupils work in houses across Year groups to explore a given topic or event. This includes Sports Day, Islam Day, Judaism Day, STEAM Day and World Book Day.