Extended School & Clubs

Trips & other off-site activities

The school will send you information about each trip or activity before it takes place.  You can, if you wish, tell the school that you do not want your child to take part in any particular school trip or activity.

Written parental consent will not be requested from you for the majority of off-site activities offered by the school – for example, year group visits to local amenities – as such activities are part of the school’s curriculum and usually take place during the normal school day. However you will be required to complete the following consent form at the beginning of each year.

Click to download Annual Consent Form

Early Morning

The school offers an early morning drop-off from 8am onwards. Parents sign their child over to the duty teacher. This facility if free of charge. Children will have a choice of the following activities:
 Completing any homework
 Reading
 Colouring

After School Clubs

The school runs a range of after school activity clubs until 5pm each afternoon. The clubs are available everyday for pupils from Reception to Year 6.

After School Activities

Yarmouth Clubs Map Sept 17

Clubs costs September 2017


After School Club (Fun Club) Activities

Monday – Movie night (please note that due to the length of movies, they will be shown over two weeks)
Tuesday – Just Dance
Wednesdays – Board games
Thursday – Book Club/Drawing
Friday – Homework Club

These pictures are of our Junk Modelling after school club and Fun Club making rice crispy cakes.

Fun Club (1) Fun Club (2) Fun Club (3)


Gardening Club

Please see some photos of what we did in gardening club summer 2016.

Week 2 of gardening club and the team have already planted carrots, lettuce, broccoli, beetroot, potatoes and runner beans with lots more to follow!

Week 4 with our latest members of gardening club planting dwarf beans, raddish, tomatoes, curly kale and rocket.

Look at our fantastic veg – radishes, kale and lettuce!

Veg (1)

Big Ideas Club

last year at Yarmouth we had been extending our learning and finding out about local, national and global matters.

We began by researching the UN Global Goals initiative (http://www.globalgoals.org/) there are 17 goals in all, we found out about all the goals and then thought about the ones that we could do something about in school. Being a coastal and rural school we felt the goals ‘Life on Land’ and Life under Water’ were most important to us, so we set about researching what we could do and who could help!

We arranged cake sales, ‘wear a hat to school’ days and other awareness raising activities to support local charities and educate ourselves about how some local charities support these goals.

We arranged a ‘Global Goals’ day where we invited two relevant charities into school to educate, inform and enthuse us to make a difference. Firstly, the ORCA Whale and Dolphin Charity came in to teach us about the wildlife in our local seas and how we can help to protect and preserve these creatures, for more information about the great work ORCA do please go to  www.orcaweb.org.uk

The Footprint Trust (http://www.footprint-trust.co.uk/) also came into school to talk to us about how we can make a difference by reducing our waste and making more ecological choices in the home and at school. We had a great day learning about both the charities, completing different games and activities and also informing our parents with a stall at the end of the day.

Future ideas include achieving the Eco Flag in school, getting involved in local beach cleans and developing our school garden to encourage thriving wildlife and growing our own produce. Watch this space for more information…

Family Support

Our family support officer is Tracey Castle. Tracy works with us promoting and engaging people in extended schools activities.

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