Clubs

Monday

Cheerleading 

07:40-08:40

 

Running Club

12:00-12:30

 

Year 3/4 Drama Club

12:00-12:30

 

Year 5/6 Drama Club

12:30-13:00

 

Needles and Pens Club

15:00-16:00

 

YGD Self Defence Club

15:15-16:15

Tuesday

Street Dance Club

07:45-08:30

 

Spelling Shed & TT Rockstar Club

08:00-08:30

 

Choir

12:00-12:30

 

Agricultural Club

12:30-13:00

 

Band Club

(by invitation)

15:00-16:00

 

Wednesday

Circuit Training

07.45-08.30am

 

Football Club

12:00-12:30

 

KS2 Netball Club

15:00-16:00

 

KS1 Activity Club

15:00-16:00

 

Thursday

Yoga Club

08:00:08:45

 

Coding Club

08:00-08:30

 

Tag Rugby Club

12:00-12:30

 

Change For Life Club

(by invitation)

15:00-16:00

Monday

Cheerleading 

07:40-08:40

 

Running Club

12:00-12:30

 

Year 3/4 Drama Club

12:00-12:30

 

Year 5/6 Drama Club

12:30-13:00

 

Needles and Pens Club

15:00-16:00

 

YGD Self Defence Club

15:15-16:15

Tuesday

Street Dance Club

07:45-08:30

 

Spelling Shed & TT Rockstar Club

08:00-08:30

 

Choir

12:00-12:30

 

Agricultural Club

12:30-13:00

 

Band Club

(by invitation)

15:00-16:00

 

Wednesday

Circuit Training

07.45-08.30am

 

Football Club

12:00-12:30

 

KS2 Netball Club

15:00-16:00

 

KS1 Activity Club

15:00-16:00

 

Thursday

Yoga Club

08:00:08:45

 

Coding Club

08:00-08:30

 

Tag Rugby Club

12:00-12:30

 

Change For Life Club

(by invitation)

15:00-16:00

The School Games

The school games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.

The games are made up of three levels of activity: competition sport, between schools, and at a county/area level:

  • Intra-school (Level 1): An intra-school competition is a sporting activity taking place between pupils who attend the same school. For example, this can be in the form of a class vs. class or house activity. These competitions should culminate in an annual School Games Day, or Sports Day, to celebrate a school’s sporting success.
  • nter-school – Dunmow Family (Level 2): A local inter-school competition is a sporting activity taking place between schools from the same area – either as a one-off fixture or as part of a league. These competitions may act as qualifiers for county finals or can be run as developmental competitions or festival events to meet the needs of a local area.
  • Inter-school – Uttlesford (Level 3): A local inter-school competition is a sporting activity taking place between schools from the same area – either as a one-off fixture or as part of a league. These competitions may act as qualifiers for county finals or can be run as developmental competitions or festival events to meet the needs of a local area.
  • County Finals (Level 4): A county final is a showcase event held either as the culmination of a series of local inter-school competitions or as open entry events, with invitations made by the Local Organising Committee (LOC).

To find out more about what our school is doing in the School Games go to the School Games site 

 

At Stebbing, we have been awarded the Gold Star Award for three years running for the provision of Sport and PE that we provide all of our children. 

We believe that it is our responsibility as a Primary School to ensure that every child within the school has the opportunity to experience a wide range of sports and activities. We run a wide variety of clubs either before school, during lunch times or after school for children from all years to attend. If a child shows particular interest in a club, we will direct them to out of school clubs that we are linked to to allow that child to further their development in that particular area of PE. 

As a small school, we pride ourselves on the links that we have generated with local clubs:

Rewards Scheme

In 2014, we introduced a rewards scheme to encourage children to participate and commit to attending extra-curricular clubs. Children are awarded with a badge at the end of the year to reward them for their commitment to all clubs throughout the year. 

Bronze Star

70% attendance  

 

Silver Star

80% attendance

 

Gold Star

90% attendance  

 

The badges are given out to the children at the end of the year to celebrate their commitment to extra-curricular clubs at Stebbing Primary School. 

 

For all clubs requiring payment please send cash or a cheque on, or prior to, the first session, unfortunately it is not possible to pay for clubs by Parentmail.

 

school Athletics Records

 

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