Current Clubs

Please note: All afterschool clubs finish at 4pm with the exception of Football Club with Mr Maggs (4.15pm)

Current Clubs : Term 3 & 4 2019 - Clubs Letter 09/01/2019

Clubs for Term 3

Day

Staff

Year groups

Archery, Tennis, Tag Rugby  (Paying Club) 

Monday 3.15pm – 4.15pm

Starts: 14/1/2019

Finishes: 11/2/2019

Premier Sports

All year groups.

 

Multi Sports

(Paying Club)

Thursday  3.15pm – 4.15pm

Starts: 17/1/2019

Finishes: 14/2/2018

Premier Sports

EYFS, 1, 2 and 3

Book Club

Thursday Lunchtime 12.30- 13.00pm

Starts: 17/1/2019

Finishes:7/2/2019

Miss Douglas

EYFS, Yr 1 and 2

Dance Umbrella

(NB: Chn must be able to attend performance Monday 1st April 6pm)

Tuesday 3.15 – 4.00pm

Starts: 15/1/2019

Finishes:5/2/2019

Mrs Cowgill and Mrs Muckley.

 Yrs 4, 5 and 6

Calligraphy Club

(NB: £1 needed for first session – chn will have pen to keep)

Monday 3.15 – 4.00pm

Starts: 14/1/2019

Finishes: 4/2/2019

Mrs Morris

(Library)

Yrs 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Board Games Club

Wednesday Lunchtime 12.30 – 13.00pm

Starts: 16/1/2019

Finishes: 6/2/2019

Mrs PC

EYFS, 1 and  2

Judo

(Paying club)

£20

Thursday before school 8- 8.45am

£4 a session. Kit provided.

Starts: 17/1/2019

Finishes:14/2/2019

Ivor

All year groups welcome.

Chess Club

Wednesday Lunchtime 12.00 12.30 pm

Starts:16/1/2019

Finishes:6/2/2019

Miss Orange

Yrs 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Football skills

Friday Lunchtime 12- 12.30pm

 Starts: 18/1/2019

Finishes: 8/2/2019

Mr Baresi

(Student)

Yrs 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Football

£35 - Form available

10 weeks runs into Term 4

Friday 3.15pm – 4.15pm

Starts:18/1/2019

Finishes: 15/2/2019 (For T3)

Rob Maggs

Yrs 3,4 ,5 and 6.

 

Netball 2018 /2019

The school team took part in the county finals last week.  Great achievement!

Well done girls!

Football Matches

14th November - Match against farmborough School

Match report by Kaydan

On Thursday 14 th November we played against Farmbrough. It was a good game of football but we lost 4-2. Two well deserved goals soared past our great goal keeper. Some of our players didn’t want to carry on but our amazing coach cheered us on and on so we got ourselves together and conceded two goals. It was probably a very interesting and fun match to watch. It was a good last match for Jonny and we all hope you do well in Australia.

9th October - Match against St Mary's

Clutton played St Mary's in the first game of the small schools league and won 10-0. Stan scored a hat trick! The boys showed great sportsmanship throughout the game and were very fair towards other players and each other.

Miss Douglas

Match Report by Stan

On Tuesday the 9th of October Clutton Primary played st Mary’s. it started at 3:45. Clutton played a somervale secondary school we also met our friends from the Clutton netball team. Playing for Clutton was Riley,Thomas,Jhonny,Kaydan,Sid,Jon Jon,Joseph,Josh and Stan. 

Clutton had a few injuries and a few of st Mary’s had some injuries one of them was someone kicked it and they put their hand out and it bent their fingers back *ouch*.  Sid scored 1 Stan scored 3 Kaydan scored 2 Riley scored 2 josh scored 2.

It was a good game st Mary’s played very well the score was 10:0 to Clutton and I would just like to say well done to st Mary’s but it’s all about taking part not winning well done st Marys!

Netball tournament 2017 / 2018

On April 12th Annabelle, Amelia, Martha, Molly, Alice, Beth and Emily played in the High 5 netball county finals having qualified for this event all the way back in October. 
 
All teams played extremely well and it was a tense moment when play off positions were announced. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th teams in our pool all finished on 3 points meaning places depended on the number of goals scores. 
 
Sadly, we had the least amount of goals  so we went into the playoff for 7th or 8th position. It was a 1-1 draw meaning Clutton finished joint 7th. 
 
What an amazing experience and a big thanks to all parents who stood on the sidelines cheering the team on.

Dance Umbrella 2018

On the 19th of March, twelve Year 5 and 6 children battled through the snow (enough to close the school for a day!) to go to the amazing 2018 Dance Umbrella to perform our Jack and the Beanstalk dance, along with many other schools performing their creative dances.  We chose to dance as beanstalks to the song Faded so the dance could also be used in the village pantomime.

Thank you to Mrs Cowgill and the four girls from Norton Hill for creating the amazing choreography.

The dance umbrella troupe consisted of:  Annabelle, Anna, Amelia, Molly, Fin, Ned, Emily, Ella, Joe, Bethan, Alice & Shannon-Louise.

Written by Annabelle (Yr6)

Music Groups

The school currently offers keyboard, guitar and violin through the B&nes music services.

For more information, please contact the school office