We have many different clubs to interest our pupils. Whether it is singing and dancing or gardening, it’s a great opportunity to get involved with other children, to learn different skills or improve their existing knowledge. Take a look below at the wide variety of clubs we have on offer at Lanesfield.
Grammar School Clubs
3:15pm – 4:15pm | Mondays | Orange Class
This club is run by Mrs. Lockwood, and is held in Orange class from 3:15pm – 4:15pm each Monday. The Grammar School Club is run for those children who would like to practise entrance school tests with a view to sitting examinations to attend a grammar school.
It is open to children in years 4 and 5. In the club we practise verbal, non-verbal, English and mathematics questions and help the children prepare for future examinations. It is a challenging club and is suitable for those children with higher academic achievements.
3:15pm – 4:15pm | Mondays | Year 5 & 6 – Indigo Class | Year 3 & 4 – Purple Class
We have a number of homework clubs which all run on Mondays, from 3:15pm – 4:15pm. Mr Matthews runs his club for Years 5 and 6 in Indigo class. Miss CC runs her club for Years 3 and 4 in Purple Class, assisted by Mrs Yarnell.
The children have the opportunity to work with the support of an adult to complete homework tasks which they may not be able to do at home. Copies of the literacy and numeracy homework are available, and if necessary children are able to use the school laptop computers to complete work from My Maths if they do not have internet access at home, and online homework has been set. If children have completed their homework tasks they are encouraged to work on the list of independent tasks set for their KS2 topic for that term.
12:20pm – 12:55pm | Monday Lunchtimes | Blue Class
Choir practice is run by Mrs Martin on Monday lunchtimes, from
12:20pm – 12:55pm in Blue class. It has approximately 20 children from years 4, 5 and 6. The children learn songs for various special occasions such as Harvest, Christmas and Easter.
The school choir performed this year at the Wolverhampton schools multi-faith festival, held in Wolverhampton’s Civic Hall. They also will be entertaining at the Beacon Centre For The Blind in December by performing a number of Christmas Carols.
British Sign Language (BSL) Club
3:15pm – 4:15pm | Autumn Term | Miss Foster
British Sign Language (BSL) Club is run by Miss Foster during the Autumn Term. It takes place between 3:15pm – 4:15pm in Nursery Class and is open to children from Years 5 and 6. The children will be looking at basic gestures, colours and numbers and will be learning to hold a simple conversation. They have learned the rainbow song which they performed at the Harvest Assembly, and will be learning a Christmas Carol.
3:30pm – 4:15pm | Insert Day | School Hall
Dance club is run by Miss Russon from 3:30pm – 4:15pm in the school hall. In this club, the children learn and practice different dance styles as well as sharing their own dance moves.
3:15pm – 4:15pm | Tuesdays | Indigo Class
This club is run by Miss Humphries and Mr Matthews on Tuesday between 3:15 and 4:15 in Indigo class.
Digismart is an internet based club for year 5 boys. The aim of the club is to educate children on how to search the internet for information, how to access it safely and how to use that information in ICT based presentations. E-safety is addressed regularly within these sessions.
Not only does Digismart improve children’s use of the internet, it also is effective at raising reading levels for all members.
3:30pm – 4:15pm | Tuesdays | Insert room
Literacy club is held on Tuesdays from 3:15 – 4:15. It is run by Miss Taylor and Miss Jebb with the support of Mrs Cunneen and Miss Preston. Some weeks, the children work in 2 separate groups and other weeks they work together. It is offered to children in Year 2. In the club we develop literacy skills such as grammar and punctuation, uplevelling writing, writing information texts, literacy games. Some weeks we use fizzbooks and combine Literacy with Elearning.
3:15pm – 4:15pm | Thursdays | Insert room
This club is held on Thursdays between 3:15pm – 4:15pm and is run by Mr. Farrell. It is open to children in Years 3 and 4 for the first 2 terms, and in the summer will be open to Years 5 and 6.
The aim of the club is to increase children’s skills and knowledge of many aspects of computing and e-learning. Our first project is using the iPad app Puppet Pals to produce animations based on the story of “The Iron Man” by Ted Hughes. It involves the children making storyboards, scenery and characters and then recording the animations and providing voice-overs.
3:30pm – 4:15pm | Thursdays | Purple ClassBook club is run by Miss Fletcher in Purple class on Thursdays from 3:15pm – 4:15pm and is for all children in Key Stage 2. In Book Club children can enjoy reading books with friends. They choose, read, and discuss books together. During this time children bring the books to life with group discussions and activities. By interacting with their favourite books, children can increase their comprehension and ability to discuss what they know. When children meet with their friends to complete art projects and Web-based activities, they turn reading into a social activity, and that encourages them to keep reading.
Years 3 & 4 | Mr Farrelll
This club is run by Mr Farrell. It is for years 3 and 4. In the club, we fold many simple models, with the occasional more complicated one for the more experienced origamists.
KS1 | Miss Foster
This club is for Key Stage 1 children and is run by Miss Foster. It is about planting, growing and looking after the environment. The aim is to give children an understanding of growth, decay and change over time.