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School Clubs

September 2020 - unfortunately we are unable to run School Clubs at the moment but hope to have them up and running again as soon as we are able to so.  The following gives information on what Clubs have been run in the past.


 We have a range of clubs on offer for children at our school.


Sports Clubs 

We participate in a range of sporting competitions and festivals throughout the year and organize coaches to come into school to work with pupils covering a range of sports. In addition to these clubs, children will have the opportunity to compete in many inter-school  competitions.



We also make time available for individual music tuition from outside tutors for guitar, piano, clarinet and flute.



If any parents have the time and expertise and would like to run a school club please see Mrs Hunt for a chat.

Extracurricular Activities

This Autumn Term we have a variety of activities on offer for the children


Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday   Friday
Busy Bees can also access Breakfast in the morning from 8.40 a.m. 
Before School Busy Bees 

Glow in the Dark Dodgeball


Street Dance

 Stretch and Train






After School Busy Bees


Blog and Vlog


Puzzle Club



Board Games






All clubs can be booked via ParentMail.  Many are now full.  We will be putting our next set of clubs out to parents in December ready for January.


Woodcote Primary School is very proud to have been awarded the Silver Mark Award organised by Sainsbury’s School Games. The Sainsbury’s School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels of the Mark. The Silver Mark recognises that Woodcote Primary School has increased its levels of sports and participation in sporting events. The School Governors and Staff thank the  many parents who have given their support and helped facilitate the increase in sporting activities for the children.