Extra-Curricular Activities

At Bishop Alexander, we aim to offer a variety of different extra-curricular clubs. Some clubs are kindly run by members of staff and others are run by our sports coaches. As always, we are keen to develop the opportunities for our children, so if you have any queries or ideas then please let us know. 

Bishop Alexander Clubs (in line with Covid-19 regulations)

We are finally in a position to start to offer the children opportunities to attend extra- curricular activities!

The clubs will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
Please look for your Year group or appropriate Key Stage.
Then click on the link below to apply electronically.
Thank you for your support.


Assigning places in clubs

In order to make the application process as fair as possible, we offer a first come first serve basis and also ask you to apply each term to enable other’s to have the opportunity to participate. We really value the commitment that our children show towards the extra-curricular clubs. If there is ever a session that you cannot attend, please let the office or club leader know out of courtesy.

Below is an overview of our club timetable. Clubs are only being offered to KS2 for the first term, as Foundation and KS1 settle back into school. In the future, you will be able to click on the club name and find out more information. Please bare with us whilst we solve the current technical glitch with this. We hope that you become familiar with the new format and procedure and as always would welcome any feedback. Thank you for understanding that this is an example until clubs are allowed to resume.

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Lunchtime
Street Dance
KS2
12:15 – 12:45
After School

Dance Club
EYFS & KS1
15:20-16:20



Netball Club
Year 4, 5 & 6
15:20 – 16:20

Art Club
Year 5 & 6
15:20 – 16:20
Rounders Club
KS2
15:20 – 16:20

Dance Club
KS2
15:20-16:20



To sign up …

1 – Discuss with your child/parent the clubs you wish to attend.

2 – Open the Gateway App (the one you use to make payments/book parents evening appointments).

3 –Click on ‘Useful Links’

4 –Click on ‘Clubs’ – this will take you to a page (School Cloud), where you will need to confirm your email and the name of your child.

5 – Once you have completed this, you will be able to book on to the relevant clubs appropriate to your child.

6 – We always endeavour to run a club even if the usual member is absent from school/on a training course. Where this is not possible we will contact you as soon as possible so that you make alternative arrangements.

Come and join us at singing club, where our main objective is to have fun! We like to sing lots of different songs and learn about different musical techniques and aspects of music to improve our musicianship. All levels of experience and confidence are welcome!

Come and join us at Netball club, where you can learn to build your fitness and team building skills. We like to learn the basic skills that will help you during a netball game, but there will also be opportunity for match play as well. All levels of experience are welcome!

Are you passionate about your environment and the world around you? We must act immediately to protect our world for future generations. If you want to help with this, then this club is definitely for you!

We will be taking care of our school environment, inside and out, looking at how we can promote recycling across the school, all whilst focusing on our care and responsibility values.

We are going to aim to achieve the Blue Peter Environmental Badge for our school!

Have fun, get fit, laugh lots and learn lots of different styles of dance in this high-energy, fun-filled club. The aim of the club is to learn rhythm, beat and timing whilst wearing a smile. If you’re a first-time dancer or someone who dances regularly, this club could be for you!

Recorder club and a great place for musical children to start their wind instrument journey. We’ll provide the music and the recorders and you’ll be playing little tunes in no time! A great start for any children who have ambitions of playing the flute, clarinet or saxophone in the future.

"Would you like travel the world? Have you ever heard about the 7 Wonders of the World? Well ... there are 7 Ancient Wonders of the World and now 7 New Wonders of the World. Our adventure club with take you to each of these magnificent places. You will learn about what they are, why they have been chosen as well as some fun facts about the country where they are. It will be fun, practical and will leave you wanting to visit them in real life one day."

Yr 5/6 art club is a great place to develop your art skills and have fun creating.

Come to Board Games Club and never be bored again! Find out the best strategies for classic board games such as chess and backgammon, practise different plans of attack for games like monopoly and brush up on your general knowledge with Trivial Pursuit. All levels of experience and knowledge are welcome!

If you love the outdoors you’ll love Forest School club! Activities include den building, mud making and sculpting, creative arts using natural products, learning about our local environment and having adventures. You’ll learn to how to work as a team, gain confidence and most importantly have fun!

Bonjour! At French club we enjoy playing games and singing songs and rhymes to practise our French learning. We do a mixture of reading, writing, speaking and listening to further explore the French language. We also learn about France and its culture. A bientôt!

Does your child enjoy a range of sports? Then Multi-skills club is for you! It involves working on the development of movement skills such as balance, co-ordination, reaction and timing. All these skills will challenge children to achieve their personal best. These quality learning experiences allow children to develop their physical competence whilst experiencing wider social benefits and outcomes.

A chance to learn some acting skills, boost confidence, enjoy acting out different scenes and scenarios with the possibility of some script work, lots of drama based games and most importantly the opportunity to have fun and laugh with your peers!

Tag rugby is a fast-moving, non-contact invasion game, which is suitable for all children. It is safe, and of a non-contact nature. The interchangeable nature of possession, leading to rapid switching from attack to defence, means that a range of skills are constantly being developed.

Are you a good team player? Do you enjoy playing sport outside, then Rounders is for you. Rounders is a fast-moving team game. All you need is a tennis ball, a bat (or a tennis racket), and five bases. Come and be a part of a team to work on your batting and fielding skills and most importantly good communication.

Yoga for children is fun and imaginative, it gently makes the children more aware of their breathing and gives them a sense of self belief and self confidence.

Sessions include fun yoga postures, easy breathing techniques, yoga games, relaxation and meditation.

Yoga can:

  • Help the children focus and concentrate
  • Build their stamina and give them confidence
  • Improve their flexibility, coordination and balance
  • Help them to release anger and anxiety
  • Calm and relax their mind
  • Above all, stay happy and healthy

Outdoor Adventurous Activities! It is a mixture of mental and physical challenges outside and gets children to explore the outdoors and develop physical skills both individually and within a team.