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Clubs and other extra curricular activities are run on a variety of days by our teachers and are open to all members of the school as indicated in the clubs letter below.

We aim to provide an exciting and engaging extra-curricular timetable which is matched to the children’s interests and needs. We encourage and support children to reach their full potential, providing a stimulating and interactive extra- curriculum timetable.

Our before, during and after school activities include the following opportunities:

Archery Club

The children learn how to correctly handle a bow and arrow and develop hand eye-co-ordination. They part in a variety of fun competitions/games against peers, which builds self-esteem and gives them a sense of accomplishment. Archery is also great for improving focus, patience and even math skills.


ActivAll is the fantastic high-impact reaction wall, designed for fitness, health, and fun. Combining movement, action, coordination, and problem-solving, ActivAll is acknowledged as a unique inclusive fitness tool, giving everyone access to exercise regardless of ability, age, or fitness.

  • Tackles obesity and improves fitness
  • Strengthens cognitive skills and improves mental health
  • Develops communication and teamwork
  • Records improvements


Hi everyone, Mr Harris here and I’m so excited to start basketball club with you all! We will train our on the MUGA after school on a Wednesday and practise your dribbling, passing and shooting skills. It will be an excellent chance to keep fit, improve your basketball skills, make some new friends and also try our for the basketball team! Look forward to seeing you there!​

Board Games Club

Have you ever wondered how to play a particular board game but never got round to it?

Board game club is a fantastic way to meet up with friends or gain new friendships playing board games and most importantly having fun.

Adults and children playing board games together


Boxing club is a fun, energy burning club and pupils will gain knowledge of the sport boxing. The children will take part in active exercises each week. Also the children will learn self-control and improve self-confidence.

Such skills include:

  • Boxing techniques and drills
  • Skipping, shadow boxing
  • Partner work, for example pad work
  • Circuit training
  • Strength training
Children warming up in Boxing club

Change for Life

Health for Life club gives our children an opportunity to explore how we can live a healthy life.

The club offers a mixture of activities. This includes cooking healthy dishes, enjoying multi skills games, parachute games and looking at food choices.

Our intention is to help children think about how active their lives are, what they eat and how we can educate others to make good choices.

Computing Skills

Nurture your child’s curiosity and boost creativity in computer club. Topics include coding, Minecraft, animation scratch, PowerPoint and Google Earth.

Creative Arts

The Arts and Crafts club is an opportunity for the children to come and express themselves creatively, regardless of their artistic abilities.

They will get to make a range of creative pieces based on a theme such as ‘Bonfire Night’ and will be able to choose from different materials and techniques. The children will be encouraged to mix with different age groups and the atmosphere will be relaxing yet fun.

A collage of creative work on the theme of halloween


Dodgeball club is run every Wednesday morning and is open to all from Year 3, 4, 5 and 6.

It is a fun and fast game that requires lots of stamina. We have been practising lots and improving our skills.

Film Club

During film club, children will be given an opportunity to watch a range of genres: comedy, Science fiction, documentaries and many more. Hopefully, this will not only develop the children’s interest and enjoyment of films but also develop their understanding of visual literacy skills.

The children can bring their own snack and drink, then sit back, relax and enjoy​.


Football Club was organised by holding trials for the Paget Football Year 3 and 4 Team, 5 and 6 Team and a Girls Team.

Each week involves player and team development. It includes practising individual ball skills, developing their levels of fitness, improving self-confidence and understanding football as a game. The children have the opportunity to build upon our sporting values of teamwork, determination, passion, self-belief, respect and honesty.

Members of the football squad

Friendship Club

Is a place where you can come at lunchtimes. You will learn how to relax, play games, learn some new skills like how to calm yourself down and how to be a good friend. The most important thing is that you will have fun and make new friends.

This is a lunchtime club.

Children of all ages playing together

Gardening Club

At Gardening Club, we encourage the children to learn about healthy and sustained vegetable growing.

We grow arrange of vegetables including, potatoes, onions, lettuce and much more. We also learn about the process and preparation for growing a good crop and put this into practice.

When the weather turns colder, we concentrate are making the garden area look tidy and liven it up by making scarecrows and other outside features.

Children working in the school garden

Homework Club

Homework club is now up and running, with an impressive number of children attending. Each session starts with fruit and a group game, either maths or spelling themed. All children are encouraged to bring their reading books as well as any set homework tasks. Finally, the children enjoyed hearing the shared story to finish our first session.

Mindfulness Colouring

Mindfulness colouring is similar to meditation and a great calming way to improve children’s wellbeing. Those attending, will get the rare opportunity to let go of any thoughts about tomorrow or yesterday and while encouraging focus and nurturing creativity, the mind will quietly recharge in a soothing environment



At multi – skills we will be providing the children with a range of exciting and fun games. Some of these games will include basketball, dodgeball, rounders, running and obstacle courses, etc. The aim is to learn and develop new skills to support them. This will help build confidence and social skills. Looking forward to it!


Net and Wall

Net and wall games club include activities such as badminton, tennis and volleyball and a range of fun games.

Netball Club

Netball Club takes place on a Monday after school and is open to children from Years Four, Five and Six and run by Miss Nussey and Mrs Farrelly.

During our sessions we teach the children how to play traditional seven-a-side netball as well as High 5 Netball. During our sessions we practise ball skills, tactics, drills and play mini matches. Alongside this the children develop and put into practise all their sporting values through the competitions, leagues and friendly matches they play.

It’s a great way for the children to get active, enjoy themselves and make new friends.

Netball club members

Olympic Legacy

Olympic Legacy is for our Gifted and Talented pupils in KS2. The children have a regular weekly club to develop their sporting talent. At Paget we have lots of different sporting teams. Our teams are represented in three levels:

  • Level 1 – Intra Sport Competition
  • Level 2 – Inter Sport Competition
  • Level 3 – Sainsbury’s School Game Festivals

Working together, accepting decisions and understanding that people have different abilities allows us to grow up to be confident and active. We follow the Sainsbury’s School Games values, which are: Honesty, Determination, Teamwork, Respect, Passion and Self-belief.

Gifted and talented pupils

Performing Arts

At the Paget Performing Arts club, the children love the chance to learn songs, dance some moves and have the chance to develop their acting skills.

At key points of the year, the children learn and perform to an audience, where possible. This in turn, helps to develop their confidence and self-esteem.

The club provides the children with the opportunity to develop new and existing skills, deepen their passions and gain confidence and enjoyment in performance.

The Arts are a unique form of communication and can influence the way in which we feel, think, and behave. They combine feelings and expression, thus enabling reflection and personal growth. The club supports the curriculum already in place, in guiding children to understand themselves and the world around them.

Practising a routine in Musical Theatre club

Tag Rugby

Tag rugby takes place on a Monday after school.

The sport originates from rugby league and substitutes the tackling for a belt with Velcro tags. This means tag rugby is not a full contact sport but instead minimal contact.

The aim is to teach the KS2 children the basics of rugby and the values that go along with it such as, team work, courage, resilience, confidence, determination and perseverance. The lessons will be fun and active lessons that the children will always walk out of it sweating.

TT Rockstars/Spelling Shed Club

This club is being run on Wednesday lunchtimes to help children access TT Rockstars and Spelling Shed.

TT Rockstars is a multiplication app that helps children learn their times tables and build up their speed.  Multiplication is a fundamental skill that children need to learn to help in all aspects of their maths work and TT Rockstars helps in a fun and engaging way.

Spelling Shed is again another app that we use in school to help children learn their spellings through different fun games.  Spellings may be set by the class teacher to learn and these will be available to practise or children can practise the words relevant to their year group.  

Both apps are a great way to expand children’s knowledge and if access to the internet at home is an issue this club will give children the time to have a go.


The Vigor Board is an exciting new alternative to the traditional physical activities.

There are two types of board available – the standard two-wheel board and the junior three-wheel board. The standard two-wheel board is easy to learn and use but for children with less confidence or poor balance the three-wheel junior board is the preferred option.

Wow Wow Wow

In wow wow wow club we will be having lots of fun! There will be painting, dancing, games, drawing and craft making! We are very excited about doing lots of wonderful activities with Reception!

Young Leaders

Our Young Leaders are represented by Year 5 and 6 pupils who work on various lunchtime activities across Foundation, KS1 and KS2.

The Young Leaders use a variety of games and activities to support and engage pupils in a fun, safe and active lunchtime. The children have the opportunity to build upon our Sporting values of teamwork, determination, passion, self-belief, respect and honesty.

Young Leaders planning together

Zen Club

Zen is an EYFS club on Monday after school. This is a mixed activity club where the children will have a range of experiences offered to them, such as making music, dance, crafts, building, investigating and exploring.