Dear Parents / Carers
Clubs have now all finished for this academic year. We will be updating our club lists over the summer and anyone wishing to join a club next year can do so when the new year begins.
There will be no clubs in the first week of Term 1 2019/20, existing club members must also reapply for any clubs they wish to attend.
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CLUBS PERMISSION FORM - PLEASE SEND SEPARATE RESPONSE FOR EACH CLUB/CHILD APPLIED FOR
PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR RESPONSE
Requests without correct information will not be accepted and will be returned.
I understand that this response acts as permission for my child to attend this club. I give my permission for medical aid to be administered including an anaesthetic should the need arise.
Should the club be cancelled we will use the first mobile contact we have for you to send a text. We will also put any cancellations on the school website calendar by 2pm on the day of the club, so please do check as there are occasions when texts may not get through. www.ladyj.kent.sch.uk/diary/
SOME CLUBS WILL HAVE A LIMIT AS TO HOW MANY CHILDREN CAN JOIN, WE OPERATE ON FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS.
Click on the links below to see the exciting activities that are happening in our school.
The school has a strong and long tradition for teaching, promotion and enjoyment of music. The school runs a junior and infant choir that meet weekly and participates in several local events throughout the year. Many of the children also have individual or small group music lessons provided by Music tutors who come into school currently providing guitar, piano, violin,and brass tuition. To ensure that all children have the opportunity to experience learning a musical instrument: All the Infant classes are provided with Djembe drumming workshops in the Spring Term; Year 3 receive recorder tuition as part of the music lessons for the year; Year 4 are provided 20 weeks of group violin or trumpet lessons and at the end of these sessions there is an opportunity to continue lessons in small groups into Year 5 & 6.
Kent Music – Kent Music teachers visit the school and provide tuition on various musical instruments (currently piano, strings, woodwind and brass). Application forms are available by clicking on this link Kent Music, or calling on 01622 691212. We currently have a guitar tutor and violin tutor who visit the school once a week, we also have two piano tutors who visit the school twice a week each.
Choir – The Junior choir meets on Wednesdays from 3.15-4.00pm and is run by Mrs Nicholls & Miss Tonna This club is open to children in years 3-6.
The Infant choir also meets on Wednesdays from 3.15-4.00pm and is run by Miss Ward. This club is open to children in years 1-2.
Football – runs on Fridays at 3.15-4.15pm run during the Autumn and Spring Terms.
Cricket – runs on Fridays at 3.15-4.15pm during the Summer Terms
Netball – all year round on Mondays 3.15-4.15pm for Year 6 and Thursdays 3.15-4.30pm Year 5. (There is a short break during November and December and begins again mid January)
Tennis – we run various in school and after school tennis clubs for children in Y2 to Y6. Tom and Laurence from Wye Tennis Club provide professional coaching for these sessions so there is a small charge. Look out for letters for all the details.
Gymnastics – Runs on Tuesdays. There are two sessions 3.15-4.15 and 4.15-5.15pm. This is run by High5 Sports. There is a charge for this club and you would need to contact them directly to join. Contact them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 07548294804.
Gardening Club - Runs on Fridays from 3:15 pm - 4pm and is currently run by Mr Chantler. This club has now finished for the year and will commence again in January.
The Year 6 children perform a major production at the end of the summer term. Performances are always played to full houses and are much enjoyed.
At Christmas all of the Lower school children are involved in our Nativity plays. This is a wonderful spectacle and again much enjoyed. The Junior children perform the Carol Service at the local parish church, with readings, drama and the lighting of Christingles.
We also enjoy listening to the musical talents of our children both past and present, with a fantastic musical evening during the Summer term. The children have amazed us with their performances on clarinet, oboe, piano and violin as well as the choir.
The choir regularly visits Brambles Care Home to sing to the elderly residents. Having delighted them with Christmas music, international songs and summer hits!
The Year 6 are able to participate in a week long residential trip to France during the year. This is a fantastic trip, and one which the children remember fondly.
We have been involved in number of Wye Business Association Events, including the Christmas Street Party with the Juniors singing carols as part of the event.