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Please see the variety of clubs that we currently have on offer to children at Ashbrook Junior School

Year 5/6 High 5 Netball - coming soon!

High 5 is the massively popular entry game of netball. It's a great way for kids to get active, enjoy themselves and make new friends.  It's designed specifically for children aged 9-11 and uses fun and variety to get them into the game, polish skills and aid fitness.

 

With 5 players on court, and up to four off court roles, High 5 enables you to engage more kids, more of the time.  Off court players take on roles such as time keeping and scoring.  High 5 can be for mixed or single sex teams with a maximum of two boys on court at any one time.  A key part of High 5 is players rotating round positions.  This means that all young people get to experience every position on court and makes for fitter more adaptable players as they get older.

Dungeons and Dragons

This is a club run by Mr Steare at lunch times on a Monday.  This is only open to Year 6 pupils, and places are limited.  Dungeons and Dragons is a fun game for players to imagine together, to create a fantasy story through reading and thinking.  

Dodgeball and Paceball

Central Soccer run dodgeball and paceball sessions before school currently on a Monday and Wednesday at 8am in the school hall.  There is a cost associated with these clubs which is administered by Central Soccer.  These clubs are a great way to start the day, energise you for the day ahead and to have fun with your friends before school.

Football Club 

This is organised by Central Soccer after school on a Friday afternoon, and is open to the whole school, both boys and girls.  There is a cost associated with joining the football club which is administered by Central Soccer.

Girls Football Club

This is run by Central Soccer on Friday lunchtimes, and is open to all girls in school.  There is a cost associated to joining the club which is administered by Central Soccer.  

Choir Club - coming soon

Miss McGurk will soon be running a choir for children to learn new songs and sing together.  More details to follow soon

Dance and Well-being club

This is currently being run on a Tuesday after school, and places are allocated on a first come first served basis.  It is being run by Erewash Schools Sports Partnership where children can learn some dance moves, improve fitness levels and have fun with their friends.

Lunchtime Games Club

This club is open to the whole school, although for practical reasons places are limited, and is run by Mr Steare on Tuesday lunchtimes.  Anyone who attends can enjoy playing board games during lunchtime with their friends.

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