After School Club places can be booked through the school money online on a weekly basis.
The teachers leading all the other extra-curricular clubs will send a letter of invitation to the relevant age groups at the beginning of each half term. Please see the teacher responsible if you have any further questions.
Additional intervention clubs run throughout the week from 3.15 – 4.00-/4.15. Children will be invited by letter to attend.
This term in Film Club the children chose to watch ‘Tin Tin The Secret of the Unicorn’. They have really enjoyed watching, reviewing and comparing the film to others they have seen. They have also created a poster encouraging others to watch it. Film Club is a great way for your child to be involved in something fun, creative and social. Each week we watch a film, discuss our likes and dislikes and create a review
Netball has returned to Eastfield as an after school club for 2018-19 and has gained increasing popularity in its first term. Each week the children have been learning and practising the necessary skills, techniques and sportsmanship needed to play ‘High 5 Netball’ competitively. We hope to take part in inter-school tournaments this academic year. Netball is open to all children in years 4, 5 and 6.
We have a long tradition of a high standard of football. We played at the King Power stadium and won the prestigious Rice Bowl some years ago. Now, we play in the local league championship hosted at Wreake Valley.
This season we topped our qualifying group with a huge goal difference and trounced our local school rivals, Bishop Ellis. In January we began the next stage which brings together the strongest teams and we hope to qualify for the semi-finals.
The team has two excellent girls, some very strong Year 4 boys who will be a strength for the future, and older lads who lead well. The squad is talented and has a fast counter attacking style.
Miss Pratt’s Colouring Club runs on a Wednesday night from 3.15 till 4.15.
Science club runs on Wednesdays and blocks are offered for:
- Year 5 and 6 (Autumn term)
- Year 3 and 4 (Spring term)
- Year 1 and 2 (summer term)
Over the sessions, children have carried out various investigations and learned about the scientific ideas behind what they observe.
Sessions have included ice investigations, making slime, soda rockets, lava lamps, copper plating and volcanos.
Children have also watched scientists at work in a series of short programmes by BBC Terrific Scientific.
What do we think about Science club?
I enjoyed Science club because we did something different every week and every experiment was fun! – Libby.
I loved Science club because we got to try new things and have more time to learn about Science. – Summer.
Science Club is good because it gets us to work together and have fun! I come to Science club because everybody gets along. We also use Microscopes and other scientific things – Jake.
The things we do are interesting and the experiments are very cool. – Evelyn
In our experiments I always found out something new – Meghan.