School Clubs

Updated: 21/08/2023 903 KB
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School years are not just a time for classroom learning, but also for identifying passions and hobbies. Here at Gorse Hill Primary School and Nursery, we conduct a wide range of after-school clubs, all of which are aimed at giving our students the best school experience possible. These clubs allow them to follow their passions and develop individual skills and talents.

By taking part in these clubs, our students are able to develop an array of transferable skills, including confidence, imagination, teamwork, coordination, focus, creativity, and determination. Honing these attributes at an early age sets our students up for success not only at school, but also in their adult life.

At Gorse Hill we run our after school clubs on a full term rotation - meaning from September until Christmas, from Christmas until Easter, and from Easter until the Summer. We don't run clubs during the first, or last week of the full term in order to prepare for the start of the next term's clubs.

We will send out details of the clubs we will be running before the end of the previous term. These details will include the days, times, and number of spaces available.

Spaces will be limited so ensure you sign up straight away.

If spaces are still available on a club, we may re-open places during half-term. This will then be offered at a reduced cost to match the number of sessions available.

If you have any queries about clubs and how they work at Gorse Hill, feel free to inquire in the school office.

Why Join a Club?

Young people’s skills start to grow and evolve from an early age, and their time at school plays a significant role in shaping their attributes and personality. By taking part in our after-school clubs, students enhance their social skills and enjoy spending time with other children outside of the classroom. They also develop a range of other attributes, depending on which club they attend.