Witney Community Primary School
Extra-Curricular: Clubs and Trips & After School Clubs
After School Clubs
There is a range of after school clubs and activities mainly for children aged 5 years and above. These take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and are run by a variety of coaches and instructors. Clubs usually run between 3.15 pm and 4.15 pm and include a drink and biscuit - the type of activity will vary from term to term. Each session costs a small amount and we run enrolment days where parents can sign their children up for 1 block of 10 weeks. Letters will be sent home informing parents of the activities at the beginning of the term.

September 2017 After School Clubs
After School Clubs for Terms 1 and 2 are scheduled to start again week commencing 18th September
We are pleased to announce the possibility of running a new Forest After School Club in September: The Hedgehog Club. The Club will run on a Monday and will be open to all children in KS1 (Y1-Y2).
Look out for further details on our return to school in September.

Club / Maximum No Day Dates & Time Age Tutor
The Hedgehog Forest School
to be confirmed
Mon   Y1-2  
Street Dance
(20)
Wed 20.09.17 - 06.12.17
(3.15 - 4.15)
Y1-6 Miss Bowden
Cheerleading
(20)
Thur 21.09.17 - 07.12.17
(3.15 - 4.15)
Y2-6 Miss Hobbs
Football
(20)
Fri 22.09.17 - 08.12.17
(3.15 - 4.15)
Y1-6 Mr Bignell

Costs per child are as follows:-
  • The Hedgehog Club = to be advised
  • Street Dance = £38.50 - cheques to be made payable to Next Generation Soccer Schools
  • Cheerleading = £44.00 - cheques to be made payable to C A Hobbs
  • Football = £38.50 - cheques to be made payable to Premier Soccer Centres Ltd
If your child would like to attend any of the After School Clubs please send in payment in a named envelope to the school office by Wednesday 13th September at the very latest. Thank you.


Charging Policy and Trips
The staff and governors recognize the valuable contribution that a wide range of additional activities and visits make towards the pupil’s education and their social and personal development. The governing body asks parents for voluntary contributions towards the cost of such activities and visits (Education Reform Act 1988). If sufficient funds are not forthcoming, planned visits will be cancelled.

Charging policy & Summary for Parents

Every class go on at least one trip during the year at some time and you will receive information about these from the class teacher, usually a month before the trip. Places that have been visited include, Farmer Gows, Blenheim Park, Cotswold Wildlife Park, Sulgrave Manor. Trips have an educational content but the social aspects of them is also important in supporting children’s development.

Year 4 and year 6 pupils attend residentials for which 9 months notification is given to parents. At present Year 4 go to Entrust Outdoors Shugborough in Stafford and Year 6 visit Manor Adventure, an outdoor activity centre, in Shropshire.

For all trips, a voluntary contribution is requested from parents. We rely on payment to be able to carry out these trips and non-payment means we are unable to carry out further trips as we have no funds for such activities. Please refer to Educational Visits Policy for further information.

On any kind of outing the School provides 1 adult to accompany every 7 KS1 pupils and 1 adult for every 10 KS2 children.

Witney Community Primary School      Hailey Road      Witney      Oxon      OX28 1HL     
Tel: 01993 702388               email