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Extra-curricular

We offer a wide range of extra-curricular clubs and activities. Our Form 2 and Form 3 pupils can enjoy clubs from 3.20pm to 4pm, throughout the school year.

The following after school clubs are available to pupils in Junior Prep during Spring term 2018:

MONDAY

Boxing (Year 3)
The Elms Sport in Schools have partnered up with Norfolk House School to offer non-contact boxing to our Form 3s. The boys and girls in this club will improve their coordination and fitness whilst learning boxing movements and patterns.

Chess Club
Enjoy the opportunity to play competitively against opponents whilst learning strategy to gain the edge! As well as being for fun, this club offers the chance to learn skills with an experienced chess coach.


Mini Chefs Cooking Course
This new and exciting course is for anyone taking their first steps in the art of cookery. Learn from Chef Kevin all the traditional basics, theory and practical.

TUESDAY

Arabic Club
We will be learning to communicate using basic phrases and greetings. Also we will be reading and writing using the Arabic alphabet to help us write our names and simple words in Arabic.


‘Scrumdiddlyumptious'
Let your creativity and culinary skill show through in this fun and exciting new Healthy Cooking Course with Chef Kevin.

Origami
Practise the art of paper folding, Origami. We will working on simple projects over the term, improving accuracy and concentration as the weeks go on. Practising Origami can help with developing skills such as hand eye coordination, sequencing skills, patience and reasoning.

Boys Football Club
The boys football club is for boys who wish to play for the school. The school teams will be selected from boys who attend this club. The club is aimed at improving the boys skills and preparing them for fixtures and tournaments. Sessions will therefore involve lots of skill and team development and may end in small games.

WEDNESDAY

Street Dance
The sessions will be fun, energetic and cool ranging from creating routines to be performed for friends and family, freestyles, learning new tricks and dancing to the latest hits. Whether you want to learn a new skill or build your confidence street dance is the place to be.


Fine Art
Fine Art Skills club aims to develop children's artistic ability in a range of different areas including drawing, painting and photography as well as their awareness of how and why art is made. Children will be exposed to a variety of materials and will be encouraged to develop their skills and unique ways expression in an individual yet purposeful way. The use of technology in art will also be a focus. Important artists and their styles will be discussed alongside activities. At the end of the term the artists will exhibit their work for parents and other children to view.

THURSDAY

Drama Club
A fun club involving drama games based on voice projection. Children get a chance to act as a different character and use their imagination. At the end of the term, children will be able to perform to an audience, showcasing all the skills learnt!


Magazine Club
In magazine club the children will become journalists; choosing issues that matter to them, creating articles based on investigation and interview skills. Throw into that puzzles, games, crosswords and lots more. It promises to be a fun club to be in and we can raise money for charity!

Girls Netball Club
The girls netball club is for girls who wish to play for the school. The school teams will be selected from girls who attend this club. The club is aimed at improving the girls skills and preparing them for fixtures and tournaments. Sessions will therefore involve lots of skill and team development and may end in small games.

FRIDAY

Art Club
In Art Club the children carry out and explore a variety of art & craft activities, which range from learning to draw to making key rings and models. They will access a range of different media such as paints, pens, glass pens and pastels.
 

Ballet
Little London Ballet are thrilled to be offering their classes at Norfolk House from January. At Little London Ballet, we strive to deliver dance classes of the highest standard. In our eyes, every child is a star and we will nurture their individual talents gently and patiently. Our aim is to pass on our infectious love for dance by adapting our classes suitably for each age group, ensuring that their learning journey is filled with fun and lots of smiles.
 

Multi-Sports
Multi-Sports Club aims to provide children with an opportunity to learn and practise ball skills both individually and as part of a team. Each session begins with a warm up, followed by a specific drill relevant to the sport chosen for that week. Each session is then completed by putting those skills into a game.

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