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Greystoke Primary School

Icold Road Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0TP

01768483572

admin@greystoke.cumbria.sch.uk

Welcome to our After School Club full to the brim with diverse experiences to investigate, explore, relax and play! We have a brilliant time getting involved in adult-led and child-initiated planned activities to ensure that our club is an exciting and enjoyable  place to be- ready for us to develop skills and most importantly have fun!

Our After School Club runs every night from 3:30pm until 5:15pm and is open for all ages throughout school at a cost of £5.00 per week- for this fee your child will be able to attend any night or all nights of the week!

Greystoke After School Club gallery.

Our activities range from creations and crafts to games and cooking and from competitions and sports to shows and performances- a range of extra opportunities are also planned and provided for each night so that our club is full of different things to get involved in. 

 

Each week is themed to coincide with a range of events and occurrences in our world today including the Winter Olympics, Mother's Day, Valentines, Easter, St Patrick's Day, Sport Relief and the Royal Wedding. This helps us to learn about the world around us and current goings on in our area. We also venture to explore different areas of learning through multiple subject areas with weekly theming such as the Vikings, countries around the world, gardening in the outdoor area, dinosaurs and musical performances as well as exploring the history of Greystoke village- celebrating the school's 180th birthday.

 

The children have a fantastic time and are eager to share their experiences and opinions of our After School Club-

Grace-  "I was Meghan Markle in our role-play Royal Wedding- it was the best day ever! I even wore my Mum's wedding shoes. We met a real Midwife in Visitor Week and changed the doll's nappies it was so fun- I think I might like to be a Midwife when I'm older."

 

Sam- "I loved making 'Frosty' my snowman in Winter. I enjoyed going to Australia at Greystoke Airport but I was too slow to get on the plane and the plane took off without me! I made a horse puppet with string and a picture of stables. We did a real puppet show in front of everyone!"

 

Dylan- "I liked making finger puppets for World Book Day- I'm getting good at sewing. I can do it by myself now."

 

Hope- "Learning about 'Countries Around the World' was exhilarating since we got to learn about different ways of life and I was even a Travel Agent for the day! I was Camilla at our Royal Wedding- we threw confetti in the air at Prince Harry and Meghan then they did a first dance."

 

Amy- "I worked with my friends to create Buckingham Palace and The Royal Family. Then I wrote a letter to the Queen and we sent it! She sent a letter back to us- it was so exciting! I may have missed sewing Cacti one night but I was allowed to make it another night. I loved making a mini skier and being a real Olympian in our club Winter Olympic games wearing a Team Great Britain vest  which I made. I also helped to make a house for the fairies in our fairy garden."

 

Macie- "I like all the activities- I really like making things. I love coming to play with my friends."

 

Tom- "Club is fun because I see my friends. I enjoy club. I sewed a finger puppet and a Cactus. Making flags and mini snowboards was fun. I made an Australia flag. The speed skating was funny because I fell over."

 

Saydie- "I like being with my friends and my sister and having help practising my spellings. It's fun playing on the laptops. I like making cakes with play-dough. I did lot's of gardening with my sister."

 

Charlie- "I like using the stickle bricks and creating lots of different things at club. We made a fire engine with junk for Visitor Week- it looked amazing!"

 

Guestbook

Please feel free to sign our guestbook and leave a comment. Thank you- Miss Walton, ASC Leader.

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