Highshore has a wide and varied clubs provision. We run preschool, lunchtime and after school clubs. We also have a developing holiday programme. There is no charge for our after school or holiday programmes
A breakfast club is run each morning from 7.45 to 8.30, which is well attended both by pupils and staff. A choice of cereals, drinks, toast and a variety of toppings are provided at very reasonable prices. As well as pupils being provided with a good healthy breakfast to start the day, it is also a social occasion as they are able to chat with their friends.
- Toast and spread 20p
- Cereal 25p
- Hot Drinks 25p
- Fruit Juice 20p
Lunchtime clubs include: Rowing Club, Gymnastics Club, Sing & Sign (Friday). We regularly ask our school council for suggestions as to new clubs they would enjoy.
After School Clubs
Over the school year forty three pupils attended our after school programme which comprised forteen clubs.
Clubs run from 3.15- 4.15 pm, Monday – Thursday. In Spring Term 2016, a total 70 pupils (53%) accessed 166 club places (including Breakfast Club), some attending several clubs each week.
Our School Council regularly makes suggestions as to what after school clubs they would like. Their suggestions – Cooking Club and Lego Club, which have been running for over a term.
- Computer Club (Monday)
- Maths Club (Monday)
- Rebound Therapy (Monday) Multi Sports (Tuesday) and Rowing (Wednesday) run by our Greenhouse coach
- Yoga– Run by external Yoga teacher (Monday)
- English Club (Tuesday)
- Art & Craft (Wednesday)
- Lego Club (Wednesday)
- Cooking (Wednesday)
- Writing (Wednesday)
- Science Club (Thursday)
- Computer Games Club (Tuesday & Thursday)
- Drum Club (Thursday)
- Street Dance Club – Run by RAD (Royal Academy of Dancing) Step Into Dance project. (Thursday)
In the Summer Holiday (2016) and February Half Term (2017) we ran 4 days of storytelling workshops. These were facilitated by our Speech and Language Therapists together with other school staff
A total of 20 pupils attended the 2 day Half term workshops and a total of 18 pupils attended the Summer workshops.
Every month we hold our Film Club after school. suggestions for films are made by pupils through their School Council reps.
Older pupils make, serve and sell refreshments as part of their enterprise education.
An average of 40-50 pupils attend each film club