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Clubs and Activities

Our Academy pupils are very keen to take part in a range of After-School and Lunchtime activities that we provide for them

BREAKFAST CLUB: Every morning, staff provide a healthy breakfast for pupils who wish to join us anytime between 7.45 and 8.30am. Toast, a wide range of cereals and juice are always available with a few surprises and treats provided  on special occasions!

BREAKFAST CLUB sports: Three times a week, our Sports Partners, ACTIVE FUSION, lead sports activities for our Beakfast Club pupils, and, on THursdays, DONCASTER ROVERS pop in- at no extra cost! A great way to wake up, limber up and have  fun with friends!

GAMESMAKERS and DINNER BUDDIES: Key Stage 2 pupils can choose to organise games for children at lunchtimes and, also, be a part of our great team of lunchtime Supervisors and Cooks as they ensure our pupils stay safe and happy through lunchtimes.

FILM CLUB: Come and relax with us watching a favourite movie and eating ice-cream – Mondays after school

IT CLUB: Come and get creative on the computers – Wednesday nights, after school

DENABY DAZZLERS: Come and be creative with us! Let’s get out the paints, papier-mache, clay!

CHANGE FOR LIFE: For Y4, Y5, Y6 girls there is a fun fitness- based club that runs after school every Friday evening.  We call ourselves, “GO-GIRLS!” The girls choose whatever they want to do for these sessions – so , one day, we may be playing 5-a-side football, on another day, we may be  Cheer-Leading, or climbing ropes, or Boxercise…

SATS BOOSTERS: Y6 can choose to  stay after-school for extra learning as they prepare for their SATS tests in May. Biscuits and juice, and sometimes chocolate buttns, to keep us going!

FOOTBALL Y5 & Y6: We are part of a Conisbrough/ Denaby League and have enjoyed playing in Astrea tournamants aswell. We meet for training, on Friday evenings.

SCHOOL CHOIR: The Choir has members from Year 3 to Year 6. They meet at 12.00 to 12.30 each Thursday to practice their skills, prepare for performances such as Young Voices as well as performances for our parent community.

Young Voices Facts and Figures

Every Year Young Voices brings together over 90,000 children and 6,000 teachers at the UK’s biggest School Choir Concerts

The key elements of Young Voices are:

  • The sound of 8,000 voices singing as one.
  • An amazing array of artists from across the musical spectrum.
  • Sold Out concerts every year.
  • Infectious enthusiasm of the choir and audience.
  • Experienced coordination of Arena, Schools, Artists, Production Teams, Creativity and Management
  • Over 1 million children have sung with Young Voices over the past 14 years