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Clubs for Year Two Children



Karate Club is a great way for children to learn the discipline and craft of Karate. You do not need to collect your child at 3.15pm as they will go straight to the Club from the classroom and initially will wear their PE kit. 


Please note that whilst the other clubs are offered on a termly basis, which means children who have not yet participated before are given the opportunity to start at the beginning of each new term, this does not apply to this club. The children continually work towards gradings throughout the year and it is not feasible, therefore, to expect them to change every term. 


We have also been asked to advise you that there are likely to be additional costs to this club (as with many others) including the cost of a karate suit, grading activities (if you wish), belts, etc. 



Watford Football Club is a football skills club run by Watford Football Club Coaches. This club takes place on the field at Fleetville Junior School and it is your responsibility to collect your child at 3.15pm and take them to Junior School as required. There is an area where the children can change into their kit once they arrive at the Juniors.



Mad Science is an interesting and informative club which is held in the school dining room. You do not need to collect your child at 3.15pm as they will go straight to the Club from the classroom. This Club is not administered by the School Office and you must apply online direct to them – flyers will be sent home when they are available for each term. Please note they do need a minimum of 15 to run the Club so if you are at all interested it is imperative you register. 



Cheerleading is a popular club open to boys and girls which takes place at lunchtime in our school hall. The children learn to move to music and ultimately will be able to perform a full routine. They do not require any change of clothing or footwear.



French Club is a relaxed and fun way to take those first steps to learning another language. The Club takes place, usually on a Monday lunchtime for half an hour.