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School Clubs

Breakfast club will be running from 7.45am on Friday 3rd September
and after-school club will be running 3.15pm to 5pm from Monday 6th September.
More details below.

Clubs and Activities

 

We are incredibly excited at Pennington Church of England Junior School to offer a great variety of regular and varied program of extra activities that your children can enjoy, as well as providing wrap around care from 7.45 to 4.30 for our children!

 

Wraparound Care

 

We have seen that there is some need for after chool childcare in addition to the after school clubs we offer.  As a result, we will be running an after school club until 5pm every day from Monday 6th September.  The children can either attend the after school provision in the Community Room from 3.15pm until 5pm or they can attend a sports club until 4.30pm and go to the after school club afterwards.   

 

The Afterschool Provision is available until 5pm for those needing childcare due to work commitments.

 

 

  • This is £4 a session and can be paid online via SCOPay or with cash via the school office. 
  • We can continue to run afterschool clubs if regular payments are made.
     

The cost for sports clubs is £2.50 and, for the after school club, it will be £4 daily. If children attend the sports club and then the after school club, it will be a £4 charge.  


Clubs starting on Monday 1st October:
 

Please email or ring to book a place for your child.  Cost will be £2.50 per session. 

 

DayClubs
MondayNetball / Basketball
Tuesday

All year groups Football

Library / Book Club

WednesdayGardening / Dench Ball
ThursdayTag Rugby
FridayActivities Club  5.30pm-7pm

 

 

  • Mrs Forrest is also running Choir at lunchtime from Friday 17th and this will be free. 

 

All children attending an afterschool club should be collected from outside the school office.
 

PLEASE NOTE:  All clubs start back the 2nd week back after end of term holidays.

 

What activties do we do: Table tennis, athletics, tennis, football, fitness, cricket, benchball, rounders, skateboard, Boccia, gardening club, sailing, homework club, drama - the latest programe of activities is in our current newsletter.

Activities Club

 

Activities club is back from Friday 25th June 2021 -this will be run compliant to Covid-19 rulings which means:
 
  • All year groups - 5.30pm to 7pm
     
  • We will have the tuck shop open selling wrapped sweets, crisps and drinks.
  • The entrance fee is £1 and this is to support our PTA.
  • Please ensure the children have a small amount of cash.
     
Please note: Entrance will be through the main gate to the left of the Reception and children should be met at the end of club outside the hall doors.


This is a fantastic opportunity for your child to mix with members of staff, volunteers and children in a relaxed and supervised way, and have FUN!

Summer Activities Club on a Friday afternoon

Discos

 

We are a school like to party and we have amazing disco's 3 times a year - they are organised by our PTA, and supported by our school volunteers and the children have a fantastic evening.

 

  • The Lower school (years 3&4) have their disco first and then the Upper School (years 5&6) continue the party. 
  • All children must purchase their tickets in advance of the event.
  • One is usually held each term.

 

Details are always shared in the school newsletter and we will try and remind you via our facebook page - so make sure you are following and interacting with that page for updates!

Summer Camp

 

Wow, did you know that Pennington Junior School offers an upper school and lower school summer camp for all pupils in the school grounds?

This is normally held near the end of the school year on a Friday night through to Saturday morning.

Children can camp together and there is barbecue food provided.

School Resiential

 

Year 6 have an amazing opportunity to attend a school residential - in previous years this has been held in the summer term at Little Canada on the Isle of Wight and Avon Tyrell in Dorset. Details are sent out early in the school year to the relevant year group - so please make sure you read all letters from school.

 

HIghlights from the year's camp are shared in the latest news section, but if you would like to see a taster of just the activities your child may be involved in take a look below:

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