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Clubs @ Tirlebrook Primary School

Staff at Tirlebrook are passionate about providing our children with additional opportunities outside of the classroom learning environment. Many of the before and after school clubs on offer are inspired by the interests, skills and expertise of the staff who lead them; our clubs on offer also recognise and respond to the interests of the children. Each term, we offer a range of clubs and activities that inspire the children, challenge them, feed into their areas of interest and introduce them to new and exciting hobbies and skills. 

Dance Club

Key Stage Two Dance Club is always very popular and currently has over 30 members. Whether the children regularly attend dance groups outside of school, or whether they are completely new to dance, the group come together to have fun and choreograph a dance together. Last term, the group worked collaboratively to produce a dance to the song ‘Rise’. Each week the children learnt some steps, which were then rehearsed and refined over several weeks, culminating in an informal performance for their parents. We look forward to sharing more of our dances throughout the year, with our main performance being at the 'Feet First Festival' at Cheltenham Town Hall. 

Origami Club

During the Autumn term, everyone had a great time at Origami club carefully folding special paper to create a range of different animals (no glue allowed!) Over the course of several weeks, the children were able to make whales, rabbits, frogs, swans, Christmas trees, penguins and even a reindeer! Everyone was also able to make the most famous and recognisable origami animal as well - the crane!

Craft & Construction Club

We started our creative journey by exploring the theme of monsters. By looking at various images, we discussed their frightening features, such as spikes, tails, horns, fangs, and claws. The children designed their own monsters and made them out of junk modelling resources and paper plates. We then followed the seasons and special calendar events over the remaining weeks, as the children created firework pictures using pastels and glitter, autumnal reefs and hedgehogs using fallen leaves collected from the playground, and finally created Christmas stockings to hang up at home. Lots of​ marvellous, messy fun was had by all!