We run a variety of clubs at our school. The following document gives an overview of each of the clubs on offer:
Clubs Overview - 2017/18 (pdf)
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.
Read more about the Children's University:
Children's University Information for Parents and Carers (pdf)