School Clubs

At Tiverton Primary School we offer a wide range of extra-curricular clubs to help our pupils with their learning. Click on the links below to find out about all the extra-curricular clubs we run. Please open the timetable document to find out which clubs are currently running.

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2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

 

Advanced Spanish Club

The children will engage in: conversations; ask and answer questions; express opinions and respond to those of others; broaden their vocabulary and develop their ability to understand new words that are introduced into familiar written material, including through using a dictionary.

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Super Science

The aim is to extend more able pupils in Science. We participate in enquiry-based discussions and we carry out experiments for different topic areas and learn to apply our scientific knowledge. We get hands-on with science in the most imaginative and stimulating ways possible. We also participate in enquiry-based discussions. We have looked at different topic areas such as electricity, light, magnetism, and air resistance. We explore a range of different methods to work scientifically.

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Salsa

Children learn the basics of dancing to latin music, build confidence and raise their own awareness of health and fitness.

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Photography Club

The aim of the Photography Club is to teach pupils basic skills in photography, not just how to take pictures. Photography is an art as well as a science. As an art, photography is a marvellous way to encourage creativity and self-expression. It also is a wonderful technical tool, teaching lessons in science (light, math, etc.) and computer skills.

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ICT Spanish Blog

During this club, the aim is to give children the opportunity to use technology to promote the practice of Spanish in ways that they might not be able during their regular lesson and to showcase our hard work in class by sharing videos and pictures of their work with others across the School.

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BasketBall Club

We look at learning how to play basketball through physical play and demonstrations while incorporating the importance of team building.  The children learn basketball from a basic level and enhance or improve their athletic abilities. We learn new skills and develop and consolidate our sense of team work. It is a great way to exercise with friends and having some fun. 

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ICT club

In ICT club we have been updating the school’s website. We take pictures of teachers and clubs and upload these onto our website. Please let us know if you have any suggestions.  

Film Club

Film Club introduces children to a variety of genres of film and animation from around the world.

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Choir

The choir are taught by Miss Hamilton and Miss Barry and meet at least twice a week to learn a range of songs: traditional, pop, rock and country! They perform every Friday in assembly and also at important events like International Evening and St Ann’s  festival. At Christmas they go carol singing in Shopping City, Wood Green  to raise money for the Royal National Institute of the Blind.
The choir is open to all pupils in KS2 and is currently made up of 36 pupils from Years 3 to 6. Auditions are held termly for pupils interested in joining, so if you are not already a member and would like to join come and speak to one of the teachers involved.

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Sports Club

Sport Club is a weekly club designed to introduce new sports and develop a range of skills whilst having fun and increasing fitness levels.

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Philosophy Club

This club is called “Philosophy Dojo” where children discuss, ponder and explore the wonders of Philosophy. Mr Wanda and Mr Harvey run the club for Years 5 and 6 through a method of Philosophy for Children called Philosophical Enquiry. It involves a variety of thinking games based on logic and reasoning as well as a discussion which is facilitated by the adults. Children develop their ability to infer and critically analyse arguments as well as construct reasoned arguments and express abstract thought.

Comic Club

Every Wednesday after school, a small group of children from Years 4 and 5 take part in Comic club. The children show great enthusiasm in reading comics and making their very own comic strips. It is a brilliant opportunity for them to develop their English and drawing skills, while creating new characters and sending them off on imagination-stretching adventures!

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Other Clubs:

Art Drama Club Turkish Club Christian Club Football MyMaths  ICT Cricket

Gardening Rounders Cadets