We run a variety of clubs at our school. The following document gives an overview of each of the clubs on offer:


Children's University

  • Children in Key Stage 2 are all able to take part in the Children’s University programme.
  • First Albert Bradbeer Graduation was held at Wolverhampton University on 6th July 2015. Graduations happen annually and celebrate the hours the children have achieved.
  • Children who attend graduation have attended a range of different clubs. Bronze Award = 30 hours; Silver Award = 65 hours; Gold Award = 100 hours; Bronze Certificate = 130 hours; Silver Certificate = 165 hours; and Gold Certificate = 200 hours.
  • There has been high parental involvement during Graduation ceremonies.
  • Throughout the year, all children have the opportunity to attend a variety of clubs including: Trampoline Club, Archery, Choir, Puzzle Club, Teddy Bear Sleepover club, Film Club, Christmas Craft club, Rounders, Football, Commando Joe.
  • Children’s University emphasises the focus on extra-curricular learning and allows children to experience new activities and learn new skills.
  • All children from Years 3 to 6 have the opportunity to take part in extra-curricular clubs which will contribute to their Children’s University hours.
  • ‘Passports to Learning’ allow the children to track their learning.
  • Maths club - Links to National Curriculum: using and applying, problem solving.
  • Film club – Links to National Curriculum: reviewing and evaluating films; developing interview techniques; discussing settings and character development.
  • Geography Club – Links to National Curriculum: collect, analyse and communicate with a range of data gathered through fieldwork experiences.
  • Design and Technology Club – Links to the National Curriculum: critique, evaluate and test products; develop creativity and technical skills.
  • Choir allow the children to perform what they have learnt to an audience.
  • All sports clubs provide links to team work and taking part in competitive games.
  • Commando Joe – team building, communication, healthy competition.
  • Children have the opportunity to earn stamps for their passport from other classified learning destinations such as art galleries, museums and residential trips.

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