Clubs – Follifoot

Clubs play a key role in helping us realise our vision of Love, Learn Thrive, by creating regular opportunities to inspire children and create opportunities to discover, explore and develop their passions. A variety of clubs are run during different parts of the school year. Most clubs are suitable for all age groups however occasionally some clubs with competitive elements are for specific year groups. Clubs are open to all children within the age range advertised.

Before School Club

Opening Times

Monday-Friday  8.00-8.50am

£3.00 per session (without Breakfast)

We offer a wide range of activities including art, board games and computer games.

Pre-booking is not necessary.

After-school Activities

Clubs for the the Christmas term 2019 will commence week beginning 5th November 2019.

Monday:                   

3.30-4.30pm Computer Xplorers (Open to years 1-6).
For further information go to: https://computerxplorersnorthyorkshire.class4kids.co.uk/info/98

Tuesday:                   

3.30-4.20pm Choir (open to years 1-6). Run by school
3.30-4.30pm Badminton (open to years 1-6)
For further information go to: https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/harrogateracquetsclub/BookCourse/d4ece094-7075-4e38-b674-ee5c53cb9b07

Wednesday:             

3.30-4.30pm, Zen Warriors.  (open to years 1-6).  www.clubenrolment.com/ZenWarriors
3.30-4.30pm, Craft Club (Open to years 1-6) Run by school

Thursday:                 

3.30-4.30pm, Football club run by Sporting Influence (Open to KS2 children)
For further information go to: https://sportinginfluence.com/after-school-clubs/

 

Spofforth Child Care also provide afterschool care from 3.20pm-6.15pm based at Spofforth School.  Please contact them at: spofforthchildcare@gmail.com

 

Rock Solid

One of our most popular clubs is our half-termly Rock Solid club. Rock Solid provides children a chance to explore aspects of the liturgical year such as advent, Easter and Pentecost in a range of creative ways in a relaxed atmosphere. Children are reminded of the vastness of God’s love and through craft and games, they learn more about the teaching of Jesus and how to be followers of him in their everyday life. Children also have opportunity to explore both formal and spontaneous prayer alongside children from across the school and members of our supportive staff team.