School Clubs

School Clubs

Children can participate in the following clubs/activities before or after school.

DAY

CLUB

COORDINATOR

 

LOCATION

 

TIMES

YEAR

START DATE

END DATE

 

MONDAY

 

Let's Get Creative

 

 

Mrs Oglesby

 

Art Studio

 

3.15pm -4.30pm

 

Y4/5/6

 

11.06.18

 

16.07.18

 

MONDAY

 

Athletics

 

Mrs Maddick

 

Field

 

 

3.15pm - 4.15pm

 

Y3/4/5/6

 

04.06.18

 

09.07.18

 

MONDAY

 

 

Multi Skills

 

Miss James

 

Field

 

3.15pm - 4.15pm

 

Y1/2

 

04.06.18

 

09.07.18

 

TUESDAY

 

 

E Cadets

 

Miss Smith

 

5S

 

Lunchtime

 

E Cadets

 

12.06.18

 

10.07.18

 

WEDNESDAY

 

 

Rounders

 

Mrs Cook

 

3/4C

 

3.15 -4.15pm

 

Y3/4

 

06.06.18

 

11.07.18

 

WEDNESAY

 

 

KS1 Football

 

Mrs Darling

 

Field

 

3.15pm to 4.15pm

 

Y1/2

 

06.06.18

 

11.07.18

 

WEDNESDAY

 

 

Choir

 

Miss Antoniadou

 

Class 3/4

 

12.15 - 12.55pm

 

Y3-Y6

 

06.06.18

 

11.07.18

 

THURSDAY

 

 

Recorder Club

 

Mrs Wilson

 

1/2W

 

3.15pm – 4.15pm

 

Continued Group

 

 26.04.18

 

24.05.18

 

THURSDAY

 

 

Judo

 

Mrs Antoniadou

 

Hall

 

3.15pm - 4.00pm

 

Whole School

 

26.04.18

 

24.05.18

 


Children attending an after school club must be collected from the waiting area by the main office.

If for any reason your child is unable to attend their club, please make sure the office has been notified before the end of the school day. Outdoor clubs could be subject to cancellation if the weather is bad.

Please remember that children must be collected at the end of their club time.

If your child wishes to join a club, please sign and return the slip to request a place (some clubs have limited places so a request cannot automatically be granted).

 

Eco Club

Children from the Eco Club at Ruskington Chestnut Street CE Primary School attended the final of the Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Awards at the Bentley Hotel. They were delighted to be chosen as the winners by the panel of six judges, which included Dr David Bellamy OBE. One of the children said, “It is like winning an Oscar.” 

Children did a presentation to the judges and the other finalists and then answered questions from the panel. The children shared the different initiatives which they have been involved in since this project started last summer. They also performed mini sketches which they had created involving characters of ‘Eco Hero’, ‘Nature Queen’ and ‘Recycle Boy’ that help to promote their message of saving energy and helping the environment. 

Throughout the last year, the children in Eco Club have been very busy spreading their message throughout the school. They have led collective worships, carried out energy audits and energy  spot checks in classrooms to see who is saving the most energy and organised a ‘Bright Day’ for which children dressed up in bright clothes to raise money for energy saving projects. The children have also put stickers on switches throughout the school in traffic light colours to encourage children to switch off unused lights. Each class in the school has a class ‘Eco Warrior’ as well as an after school ‘Eco Club’ being run. Future plans include developing the outdoor learning environment further, organising litter picks and continuing to spread the message about being environmentally friendly throughout the school.