School Clubs

We run a variety of clubs and extra-curricular activities ranging from netball to computing. 

As you will be aware, the darker winter evenings will be with us at the end of October. Pupils who would normally travel on school buses but require a taxi home following an after school club, will be dropped off at their home address if a responsible adult is unable to collect them.  This will continue until the clocks change again next March when we will revert back to the current arrangements.  Pupils who live in Blyth will continue to be dropped off at their home address as normal. 

PE Clubs

The following PE clubs run after school. They’re FREE! Try a new sport, meet new people and have fun!  Please note: All activities are subject to change.



Year Groups



Boys Football

Y7 and 8

3.30 – 4.30pm

Mr Elliot/Mr Barkley

Girls Netball

All ages

3.30 – 4.30pm (unless matches played, could be later)

Miss Curry



Year Groups



Mixed Dodgeball

All ages

3.30 – 4.30pm

Next Generation Coaching



Year Groups



Boys Rugby

Y7 and 8

3.30 – 4.30pm

Mr Elliot/All Stars Rugby



Year Groups



Skipping Club


3.30 – 4.30pm

Miss Bonham


Other Extra Curricular Clubs

We also have lots of other extra-curricular clubs offering lots of different opportunities for your child to get involved.






Mrs Docherty

Ukulele Club



Mrs Docherty




Mrs Young

Language Club (German and Spanish throughout the year)


Mr Younger


Art Club – 3:30 to 4:30pm

Mrs Allison


Cooking Club

Mrs Mason

KS3 Coding Club



Mrs Elliott

Computing Club



Mr Russell

Astronomy Club


Homework Club is also on every lunch-time.

Some clubs have restricted numbers due to facilities, but we look forward to seeing as many children as possible. More details will be given out in assemblies.

Residential Centres

Seaton Valley Food Bank

As a school community we have decided to support Seaton Valley Bank, a local charity. Mrs Cook is the main contact should you have any questions about this project. A 'food bank' has been set up in the Science Lab for donations. Please note the following:

  • We are collecting for Seaton Valley Food Bank in the lead up to Christmas and hopefully in longer term
  • We are asking if parents feel that they can help by buying an extra item or two along with their own weekly shop
  • No fresh items or food that needs to be refrigerated/frozen and please ensure that 'best before date' is at least 2019

In order to try to collect a wide range of items, we are requesting that each year group contributes food items for different meals:

  • YEAR 5 - breakfast items (for example boxes of cereal, porridge oats, jars of jam or marmalade, cereal bars, crackers, or long life UHT milk)
  • YEAR 6 - lunch items (for example sandwich fillers or spreads (in jars or tins), tins or packets of soup, tins of hot-dogs, baked beans, or packet noodles)
  • YEAR 7 - dinner items (for example pasta, rice, jars of pasta sauce, tinned fish, meat or vegetables, tins of rice pudding, custard, and cake)
  • YEAR 8 - supper and snack items (for example crisps, biscuits, teabags, coffee, sugar, chocolate bars

Staff are being asked to donate personal care items such as shampoo, toothbrushes and toothpaste, deodorant, etc.

The collection box will be situated in the Science Lab and will be delivered to the food bank once full. Thank you in anticipation for your generosity and support.


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