Spring Term Clubs at RD
The following clubs are available for Reception children this term:
Monday Film 3.30 - 4.30
Wednesday Multi Sports 3.30 – 4.30
The following clubs are available for Key stage 1 children this term:
Monday: Film 3.30-4.30
Wednesday: Construction 3.30 - 4.30
Thursday: Choir 3.30 - 4.30 Year 2 only
Thursday: Cookery 3.30-4.30
Friday: Gym 3.30-4.30
The following clubs are available for Key stage 2 children this term:
Monday Art/Craft 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Monday Girls Football 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Monday Table Tennis 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Monday Film 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Tuesday Boys Football 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5/6
Tuesday: Netball 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5/6
Wednesday Manga 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Wednesday Construction 3.30-4.30 Years 3 and 4
Wednesday Running 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5/ and 6
Thursday Basketball 3.30-4.30 Year 3/4/5/ and 6
Thursday Choir 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5/6
Friday Circuit Training 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Friday Gym 3.30-4.30 Years 3/4/5 and 6
Places are limited for all of the clubs and will be allocated on a first come first served basis, however the children that did not get a place in a club last term will get priority. Please make a first, second and third choice and return to school as soon as possible. If your child does not attend twice in a term then their place will be allocated to somebody else. Non-attendance will be followed up. If for any valid reason your child can not attend please notify the office.
We also provide additional club opportunities:
Dance on a Monday (at cost) (25 children attend) - if you are interested, ask at the office
Musical Theatre on a Tuesday (at cost) (23 children attend) - if you are interested, ask at the office
Drama on a Friday (at cost) (21 children attend) - if you are interested, ask at the office
A new private computer science club for Year 3-6, called Coding Kids will be starting at Round Diamond School.
Classes will be held on Saturdays (Term Time only) at 2pm-3pm for Years 5/6 and 3.30 pm - 4.30 pm for Years 3/4 The course includes an introduction to Computer Science, fun and interactive projects in Scratch such as Game Development, Art & Animation and also Music & Dance. Students then progress to writing actual code in the Python programming language and then eventually designing websites and Mobile apps for Android & iOS.
Coding teaches logical, organised thinking and problem solving and is a skill of which there is a shortage and therefore in high demand, leading to a very highly paid career in many different fields.
Places are limited at the Club, so please enrol as soon as possible, before the 7th January. For more information, please contact email@example.com or visit http://www.facebook.com/codingkidsStevenage or text 07772646464. Happy coding!