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Tyndale Primary School

Extra-Curricular Clubs

Extra-curricular activities boost young people's confidence to interact socially with others; extend their social networks; and provide them with new skills and abilities. Above all, they offer an important space to have fun and relax away from the pressures of academic work.

- Department of Education and Institute for Policy Research

We are so passionate about the benefits of extracurricular clubs that we are offering an extensive programme of after school clubs FREE OF CHARGE. 

Please find below the Term 2 extracurricular timetable. All clubs must be booked in advance, there is a maximum number of 25 spaces available, which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If your child misses more than two clubs in a row, their space will be given to another child on the waiting list. 

Children will need to bring PE kit, appropriate footwear and a water bottle to the clubs

All clubs will follow the timings below:

EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 3:20 - 4:30pm
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6: 3:30 - 4:30pm

Please note Year 3 will now be joining the EYFS and KS1 classes for their club.

Some clubs are organised and run by Swift Sports, some are organised and provided by Tyndale Staff. It will say this in the clubs' title.

Swift Sports provided clubs' booking system has the ability to book 7-week blocks at one time, please only do this if your child intends on attending all. If your child is trying this club, please just book one week in the first instance.

All clubs available in Term 2 are listed below, each club has a link for you to follow to book a space.

Mondays 
 

EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 Clubs

Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Clubs                

'Ready to Tumble Gymnastics' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

If you are looking for a fun introduction into Gymnastics we can guarantee you will thoroughly enjoy our Gym club.

The classes are aimed at girls and boys aged 4 - 7 years and take place after school time, during school term time only – all abilities are welcome.

The Gymnastics club will give the children the opportunity to learn a wide variety of gymnastics skills using a range of equipment.

Pick up from KS1 Hall Red Fire Door at 4.30pm.

'Robin Hood Archery' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

Archery club, try your skills with the bow & arrows with challenges and mini tournaments.

Pick up from White 'Coded' Door (just after the Staff Room window) at 4.30pm.

Tuesdays
 

EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 Clubs

Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Clubs        

'Robin Hoods Archery' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

Archery club, try your skills with the bow & arrows with challenges and mini tournaments.

Pick up from KS1 Hall Red Fire Door at 4.30pm.

'Ready to Tumble' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

If you are looking for a fun introduction into Gymnastics we can guarantee you will thoroughly enjoy our Gym club.

The classes are aimed at girls and boys aged 8 - 11 years and take place after school time, during school term time only – all abilities are welcome.

The Gymnastics club will give the children the opportunity to learn a wide variety of gymnastics skills using a range of equipment.

Pick up from White 'Coded' Door in KS2 (just after the Staff Room window) at 4.30pm.

Wednesdays
 

EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 Clubs

Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Clubs               

'Ninja Training' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

Ninja Academy club - is an energetic and friendly club with the aim to develop coordination, balance, agility, flexibility, core strength, mental focus, speed and building confidence in sport. The activities include balance games, stealth challenges, speed tests, obstacle assault course, team competitions and other exciting activities.

Pick up from KS1 Hall Red Fire Door at 4.30pm.

'Bonkers Boccia' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

Boccia is a precision ball sport which tests control and accuracy. The aim is to throw the ball as close as you can to the target ball which is known as the Jack. Boccia is a very popular paralympic sport. It can be played by anyone, of any ability or level. 

(6) How is Boccia played? - YouTube  

Pick up from White 'Coded' Door in KS2 (just after the Staff Room window) at 4.30pm.

Thursdays
 

EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 Clubs Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Clubs        

'Crafty Curling' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

Curling is a team sport, usually made up of 4 on each team. The aim is to get the closest to the circle in the middle by sliding rocks along the floor. The other team members need to use their sticks to help the rocks slide closer. The closest to the middle wins.

Two Minute Guide to the Sport of Curling - YouTube 

Pick up from KS1 Hall Red Fire Door at 4.30pm.

'Football Fanatics' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

This club will consist of ball mastery skills, football games/challenges and mini tournaments.

Pick up from White 'Coded' Door in KS2 (just after the Staff Room window) at 4.30pm.

 

'Dodge the Ball' - Staff Provided                 (Ms Stewart)

Click here to book a space on this club.

This club will consist of fun variations of dodge ball games and children will be encouraged to build teamwork skills whilst having lots of fun!

Dodge ball will take place in the KS2 Hall.

Pick up from White 'Coded' Door in KS2 (just after the Staff Room window) at 4.30pm.

Fridays
 

EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 Clubs Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Clubs        

'Football Fanatics' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

This club will consist of ball mastery skills, football drills, exercises focusing on all aspects of football leading to game based scenarios including, technique, strategy, positional play, defending/attacking, passing/dribbling/shooting and working as part of a team.

Pick up from KS1 Hall Red Fire Door at 4.30pm

'Crafty Curling' - Swift Sport Provided

Click here to book a space on this club

Curling is a team sport, usually made up of 4 on each team. The aim is to get the closest to the circle in the middle by sliding rocks along the floor. The other team members need to use their sticks to help the rocks slide closer. The closest to the middle wins.

Two Minute Guide to the Sport of Curling - YouTube

Pick up from White 'Coded' Door in KS2 (just after the Staff Room window) at 4.30pm

Swift Sports Assurances:
All Swift staff have enhanced DBS checks, first aid training, safeguarding certificates and are fully insured.
For the purposes of Safeguarding this information provides is with written assurances that
Swift Sports Coaching has in place Safeguarding practices to ensure that all relevant checks are
carried out on all staff who visit schools, and who may have unsupervised access to children.
Swift Sports Coaching can confirm that the following safeguarding checks are undertaken:

  • Verification of identification checks
  • Employment history and reference checks
  • Right to Work in the UK
  • Relevant coaching qualifications and registrations checks
  • An Enhanced DBS check is carried out, including checks against the DBS
  • Children’s Barred List
  • Photo ID has been obtained, verified and provided to the Trust/School prior to the employee’s arrival on site for the first time
  • Safeguarding training is carried out and is renewed annually
  • Updated checks are carried out as necessary and any new information will be immediately shared
  • If a DBS shows any disclosures, authorisation must be granted by the relevant school prior to any member of staff commencing work
  • Appropriate checks are carried out to ensure that individuals are not disqualified under the
  • Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009”.