Lunchtime and After School Clubs
Milton Park offers a wide range of sports clubs for the children to participate in. Some are run by school staff and others are run by coaches from the School Sports Partnership. This is paid for using our Sports Premium funding.
We currently offer the following after school clubs:
MondayYear 4 – 6 Netball – Mrs Smith – Thursdays 3:15 – 4:15
|Club||Who Runs it and When||Club Details|
|Year 1 and 2 Multiskills||The School Sports PartnershipTuesday 3:15 – 4:15||Multiskills covers a wide range of sports and activities and encourages the children to apply their skills in a wide range of contexts. There are multiskills events organised by the School Sports Partnership which children can take part in at various points in the year.|
|Year 3 and 4 Multiskills||
The School Sports Partnership
Wednesday 3:15 – 4:15
|Multiskills covers a wide range of sports and activities and encourages the children to apply their skills in a wide range of contexts. There are multiskills events organised by the School Sports Partnership which children can take part in at various points in the year.|
|Year 3 and 4||
Mrs Connor and Mr Clarke
Wednesday 3:15 – 4:15
|Football club- held on the school pitch and coached by Mrs Connor and Mr Clarke.|
|Karate Club||Wednesday 4:30 – 6:00||This club is run by Richard from Suma Karate – For more information please see his banner outside the school on a Wednesday or come in to the school office.|
|Years 4-6||Mrs Smith||Netball club|
Years 3 -6
Monday 3:15 -4:15
|Milton Stars cheerleading club has a maximum of 25 spaces and is a club for those who are interested in gymnastics, stunting and dance. Children will learn how to safely perform gymnastic skills and basic cheerleading stunts with supervision from a fully qualified cheerleading coach.|
Years 4 -6
Milton Park’s roving reporters will be creating their own newsletter.
The club will celebrate the amazing learning and events happening at Milton Park. Children will be responsible for researching, writing and editing their own articles.
As well as running a number of after school clubs, the school offers a number of lunchtime clubs throughout the year. Again these are run by coaches from the School Sports Partnership which is paid for using the Sports Premium Funding.