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Out of School/ After School Activities

Extra-curricular Activities

The staff organise and run a wide range of After school clubs and activities. Generally these run every term over 4 or 5 weeks. Letters are sent home regularly to advertise the current clubs available for children.

Juniors Bright n Early Club £1 per child (Free School Meals pupils can attend free of charge)

This is a club for Years 3-6 only. Children will be offered a breakfast of cereal and a drink. It is open 8am-8.30am daily during term time.

- The side green playground gate is opened from 8:00 am until 8:10 am. The staff member responsible radios their counterpart in the hall when children have been received at the gate so that they are expected at the hall and registered as they have arrived. 

- At 8:10 (or just after, if a child is seen arriving in the car park), the gate is locked and this is announced over the radio so that all staff including senior leaders, are aware. 

- Those children who are in the hall remain there to eat breakfast, chat to their friends, or play organised games, supervised by an adult in a calm and controlled environment. Children may also play outside, supervised by a member of staff.

- Any children who arrive later than 8:00-8:10 at the playground gate should go round to the front of the school, following the path.  At the front of the school there is access through to the school office. Latecomers then need to wait until school opens at 8.30am as BnE Club members must arrive before 8.10am so they can be registered.

At 8.30am BnE Club members then go out to the playground and enter the school through the back door with everyone else. 

Click here for the website and Facebook pages of the Children's University.

Many of the pupils of the Federation of North Walsham Junior, Infant School and Nursery are active participants in the Norfolk Children’s University. The Children's University encourages children aged 5 to 14 to try new experiences, develop new interests, acquire new skills and  discover innovative and creative learning outside the normal school day, which boosts their self-confidence and love of learning.

Through the Passport to Learning, we aim to encourage children to take part in extra learning in our schools (extra-curricular), in out of school clubs, and also to enjoy everything on offer across the county in places like our museums, libraries and outside venues.

As children show that they want to learn by choosing to do these extra things, we celebrate their achievements with certificates and special Graduation Days at the University of East Anglia.

In June 2017 over 90 pupils attended the Graduation Day to celebrate their successes and receive their awards.