The range of extra-curricular activities that we offer are a major strength of Edwalton Primary School. We believe that a varied and challenging program of clubs broaden and develop children’s social, emotional and physical health, as well as building confidence, well-being and creativity, helping to form well-rounded individuals.
Some clubs remain consistent throughout the school year such as Eco-club, School Council, Animal Club and Choir.
Other clubs we hold give children the opportunity to try a wide range of activities. They vary throughout the year and can include
On the Stage
Some clubs are for certain year groups and run at a particular time of year - there's something for everyone. When a club is arranged, letters are passed to any children who indicate an interest via their class teacher. Please encourage your child to get involved!
Year 4 and Year 6 have the opportunity to go on a residential trip. Here's what our Year 6 children had to say about their recent visit to Dearne Valley, Yorkshire:
“I liked the residential because it was a great time to bond with teachers.”
“The residential was great because I got to share a dorm with my mates and the zip line was really fun.”
“I liked the residential because it helped me conquer my fear of heights when we did the high ropes. I learnt a lot about Mr Graney because he talked to everyone.”
“My favourites activity on the residential was the high ropes and zip wire because I got over my fear of heights.”
“I loved the residential because we did lots of things that made me face my fears.”
A few memories our Year 6 will hold dear and treasure for years to come.