Stradbroke PrimaryAfter School Activities
Extra curricular opportunities
Over the course of the year, we will also run a range of after school and lunchtime clubs.
Some of these clubs will be aimed at preparing for sporting competitions (football, basketball, cricket, athletics etc.) run by the Forge School Sport Partnership.
In addition to this, we will also run a host of other clubs aimed at nurturing talent and developing character. These opportunities will include, but are not limited too: STEM ambassadors, School Newspaper, Eco-Warriors, Coding Club, Choir, Art Attack and Cinema Club.
Watch this space for further updates and information.
After School Club
In order to provide wider opportunities for the children at our school, every night from Monday to Thursday (3:15-4:30pm) during term time, we run an after school club for children from Y1-Y6. We offer a suite of activities including: sports with Coach McCarroll; arts and crafts with Mrs Cockayne and Mrs Walker; and parlour games with Mr Stones.
If you would like to attend our after school club, then please contact Mrs Barker at the school office on 0114 2399 320.
At Stradbroke we have the fantastic opportunity for your children to gain Children’s University points whilst engaging in after school activities. After attending several hours of after school activities, the children are awarded with a Bronze, Silver or Gold certificate and a badge
There are lots of fun and exciting activities taking place outside of normal school hours in different places across Sheffield and beyond where children and young people can collect learning credits. These credits will be added to the ones some children collect in some schools to earn Children’s University Awards.
To collect these credits, they need a Passport to Learning. These cost £2 and are available to purchase at Sheffield libraries and some Learning Destinations. Remember, the credits lead to awards right up to 1000 hours!
Sheffield Futures have produced a guide that’s perfect for families to find out what’s happening in across the city. From seasonal activities including holiday clubs, craft events and films, to weekly free sports clubs – we’ve got it all covered.
You will find lots of information about activities for 8 – 18 year olds including local youth clubs which have been supported by the Sheffield team. These youth clubs have the Sheffield stamp of approval, which means that young people who attend will be safe and have a great time!
A new edition of the guide is produced every quarter and all the activities can be found on the Sheffield Futures website. The guide is also be available to pick up from venues across Sheffield including Sheffield Futures, Star House, 43 Division Street.