We encourage children to participate in after school activities and clubs. Throughout the year we offer a number of opportunities.
Sutton Dance Stars
The children at Sutton Upon Derwent Primary School love dancing and singing and have formed a group called Sutton Dance Stars under the guidance of Mrs Garcia.
We regularly meet to rehearse our routine during school lunchtime and have performed at the Church Fete, Sutton's own Party in the Playground and, most recently, at the Yorkshire Schools Dance Festival at York University. This was a fantastic experience for everyone involved and the children worked incredibly hard!
Join Mrs Atkin and Mrs Sellers in our lovely grounds where we go pond dipping in our wildlife area and grow vegetables and plants for selling to parents and visitors.
On numerous occasions the club has won the school's category at Driffield Show for entering a basket of vegetables.
Mr Jake Rose, who is a fully-qualified sports coach, spends two half days a week in Sutton upon Derwent School where he delivers PE and games lessons. He also runs after school sports clubs for the children in Foundation Stage through to Year 6. These include athletics club and multi-sports.
Mr Rose also offers holiday clubs for the children at Bugthorpe School.
Mr Rose is also available to host children's sports parties. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a variety of treats to take home. The club have made scones, buns, brownies and flapjack.
Join Mr Holtby each Thursday lunchtime for Football Club. The children are learning through game-play and building confidence in controlling and passing the ball.
Miss Banks runs woodwind group each Monday where the children who learn to play woodwind instruments outside of school or in peripatetic lessons can come together and experience playing in an ensemble.
If your child would like to learn to play a woodwind instrument in school, please see the school office who will get in touch with Mrs Blood, our woodwind teacher.
First Aid Club
Film Club meet once per month to watch and review a wide range of films from recent releases to old classics. Once we have watched and discussed a film, the children are invited to submit their review into a competition to win a prize.
Lunchtime Chess Club
Mr Barber from Monster Maths joins us on a Tuesday lunchtime to deliver a Chess Club. The children are really enjoying learning new moves and competing against each other.