Extra – Curricular

DayClubTimeYearGroupAdditional Cost per session
MondayTennis Club3.30-4.30pmYear 1 & 2£3.50
Spanish Club3.30 – 4.15pmYear 2£3.00
Gymnastics3.30-4.30pmRec£3.50
TuesdaySinging Club3.30-4.15pmYear 1 &2None
Dance Club3.30-4.30pmYear 1 & 2£3.50
WednesdayCreative Club3.30 – 4.15pmYear 2None
Fitness and Funbees Club3.30-4.15pmYear 1 & 2£3.50
ThursdayMulti Skills3.30 – 4.30pm Year 1 & 2 £3.50
Spanish Club3:30-4:15pmYear 1£3.00
Friday Basketball3.30 – 4.30pm Year 1 & 2£3.50

SPRING CLUBS TIMETABLE 2019

At Forefield Infants all of our children, from Reception onwards have a Children’s University membership. Children’s University is a charitable trust whose aim is to raise children’s aspirations via exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences outside of normal school hours.

At Forefield, we offer all children the opportunity to engage in a vast range of extra-curricular activities, before school, at lunchtime as well as after school. The activities frequently change on a termly basis and are open to everyone to apply to attend half termly, to ensure that everyone has a chance to attend at least one club every half term.

The activities range from daily sports clubs, such as, gymnastics, football, hockey, circuit training and fitness and funbees; to develop stamina, sport skills, and working as a team; to music, science, film, computing, origami and mindfulness and much, much, more, all to develop children’s skills, attitudes and give them an insight into all the different and wonderful learning that is available to them.

We are very proud of our success rate of our Year 2 children graduating from the Children’s University every June at Edge Hill University. The children enjoy the celebration ceremony during which they actually wear mortar boards in order to celebrate their achievements, alongside other schools from the Sefton district.  We hope taking part in the Children’s University initiative helps to develop in our children a life-long love of learning and passions for positive activities in which they can engage and which promotes their all-round health and well-being.

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