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We have lots of exciting clubs at Rosedale - some are after school and some are at lunchtime. Below is a list of clubs that are happening at the moment. As new clubs begin, letters will be sent out with further details.

 

Clubs Available      

MON

Blogging Club

KS2

Y6 Classroom

Lunchtime

FREE

Mr Ingram

MON

Mini Kicks

Foundation2 & Yr 1

KS1 Hall

3.30 – 4.30

£12.00

Sam Parkin

MON

School Council

All Years

Meeting Room

Lunchtime

FREE

Mrs Walker

Mrs Theaker

TUES

KS1 Football Club

Yr 2 & 3

KS1 Hall

3.30-4.30

FREE

Stewart Cullen

TUES

KS2 Advanced Gymnastics

KS2

(Invitation Only)

KS2 Hall

3.35 – 4.30

FREE

Carol Platts

TUES

Playground Leaders

Yr 5 & 6

KS1

Playground

Lunchtime

FREE

Stewart Cullen

TUES

Computer Club

Yr 3 & 4

Computer Area

Lunchtime

FREE

Mr Ingram

TUES

Young Voices

KS2

Y2 Classroom

Lunchtime

FREE

Mrs Gallacher

WED

Athletics

Yr 4, 5 & 6

KS2 Hall /

Outside

3.30-4.30

FREE

Mr Brown

WED

Multi-Sports

Yr 4, 5 & 6

Outside

3.30-4.30

£12.00

Simon Dinnie

WED

Computer Club

Yr 5 & 6

Computer Area

Lunchtime

FREE

Mr Ingram

THURS

Football Club

Yr 4, 5 & 6

KS2 Hall /

Outside

3.30-4.30

FREE

Mr Brown

THURS

Dance Club

KS2

KS1 Hall

3.30-4.30

FREE

Cre8tive Dance

THURS

Little Learning Monsters

Yr 4, 5 & 6

Y6 Classroom

Lunchtime

FREE

Mr Ingram

THURS

Newspaper Club

Yr  5 & 6

Y5 Classroom

Lunchtime

FREE

Mrs Fell

THURS

Sewing Club

Yr 4, 5 & 6

Foundation 2

classroom

Lunchtime

FREE

Mrs Baker

FRI

Homework Club

KS2

Y6 Classroom

Lunchtime

FREE

All teachers

 

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Children's University

 

​Children's University is an opportunity for children to be rewarded for spending time involved in positive activities outside normal school hours. Children's University is an exciting way for children to learn by having fun doing things they enjoy!

 

Children record each hour that they do in an activity at a Children's University Learning Destination in the Children's University 'Passport to Learning'. Children are encouraged to work towards national certificates that are issued from us. Certificates can be awarded up to 1000 hours. The first award starts with the bronze certificate at the Undergraduate level of 30 hours of learning. When children accumulate enough hours to achieve an award, they will be invited to graduate at an annual ceremony. Wearing a 'cap and gown', they will receive their certificate in front of an invited audience of parents and guardians.

 

Check out their website and information sheets below. 

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