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The Lampard Community School

The Lampard Community School

Extra Curricular Activities & Clubs

We run a range of clubs at lunch time, and children get an opportunity to choose these within the first few weeks of term.

Lunchtime Clubs

We currently have the following clubs available during lunchtimes:

Monday – Sports club, gardening club, relaxation club, colouring club, Upper School club
Tuesday – Sports Club, gardening club, choir, sensory/pampering club, Upper School club
Wednesday  - Film club, crafty art club, Upper School club
Thursday – Sports club, gardening club, cartoon club, reading/story club, Upper School club
Friday – Dodgeball club, Lego/construction club, Upper School club

We sometimes get funding to enable us to run after school clubs. In previous years we were able to run a ball sports club.

Students participated in a variety of ball sports which helps them with their confidence, coordination and concentration. The club was a really positive and fun environment and the students were able to showcase their sporting talents. 

 

Summer Club 2018

We ran a 2018 summer holiday play scheme again this year after a short break from delivering this provision.

The Summer Club ran for 16 days over a period of four weeks during the summer holidays.

A range of activities were on offer to students and their siblings which including cycling, arts & crafts, cooking , skateboarding, scooters, KMX, messy play, sports and trips to the Big Sheep and Milky Way.

Activities were open to all Lampard students and their siblings, with agreement. Ages ranged from 8 to 16 years and attended by 17 children.
 

Here is what some of our parents and carers have said about the holiday programme!

L 'Like seeing friends.' 
L 'Enjoyed doing all the in school activities and the trips out.'
A 'Liked going on the bikes best. Very happy with the holiday club and there isn't anything that could have been done differently.'
'Good Value for Money. P. enjoyed Forest School and seeing his friends/staff. It helped P. settle into the holiday more knowing the school and his friends were still there instead of school just ending.'
S & A 'Had a really lovely time at Summer Club. They enjoyed making new things and the trips.' 
 

What could we change/do better?

  • Hot lunches being made available.
  • Extended timings/ pick up, drop off service.
     

Final thoughts

Over all we feel the summer club was successful. Parent feedback was extremely positive and students enjoyed the different experiences.

We hope to run a similar scheme in Summer 2019 but will keep parents/carers posted.

If you have any questions or are interested in future holiday clubs please feel free to contact me.

Kat Arbuthnott

Holiday Club Organiser 2018