Extra-Time

Extra Time Clubs are run by teachers or external coaches for a duration of eight to ten weeks starting Term 1, 3 and 5. Students can sign up to these clubs by completing the booking form below and paying via ParentPay. Only when both of these things are done is a place allocated.

Our club programme is being delivered in line with current Government guidelines and our school risk assessment. For this reason each club session is open to one year group. Please take note of this when booking.  

Clubs will start in the week beginning 18th January. Please note that if the club is over subscribed by 13th January, then names will be drawn from a hat and we will only contact you if your child DOES NOT have a place.

If you have any questions please contact Mrs Hannis at [email protected].

The club programme

Monday

3.15-4.00

Year group 8 – Meet in E1

£28 for 8 sessions

LAMDA: The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. This club is for students who originally signed up in the autumn term only. We are pleased to be able to continue with Pippa and we are looking forward to students taking the LAMDA exam here at CNS in May 2021.

Monday

3.15 – 4.00

Year Group 9 – Meet in K1

£24 for 8 sessions

PILATES CLUB: Come along to this new club run by Mrs Brocklebank. Pilates is a great exercise for boys and girls, and the benefits of Pilates are numerous. Everyone is welcome. It will definitely support you with your posture and spinal alignment, your own body awareness, balance, mental concentration, strength and flexibility which can help prevent injuries. It will also definitely enhance your own confidence and self-esteem too. It is a great way to support you in your everyday life, whilst learning a new skill and making some new friends. 

Tuesday

3.15-4.05

Year group 7 – Meet in A1

£24 for 8 sessions

BADMINTON CLUB: This club is suitable for beginners or more experienced players and is a great opportunity to learn from ex Great Britain player Ben Evans. You will do drills, develop both attacking and defensive shots and sharpen your game play.

Tuesdays

4.10-5.00

Year group 9 – Meet in K1

£24 for 8 sessions

BADMINTON CLUB: This club is suitable for beginners or more experienced players and is a great opportunity to learn from ex Great Britain player Ben Evans. You will do drills, develop both attacking and defensive shots and sharpen your game play.

 

Tuesdays

3.30-4.15

Year group 8 – Meet in E1

£56 for 8 sessions

Price includes all necessary ingredients for your supper and dessert each week

HEALTHY COOKERY: Work in a sociable, supportive and COVID-safe environment to create a delicious supper. Liz will guide you through the cooking process teaching you lifelong useful skills along the way. You will then sit down to eat and enjoy your main course and dessert. Everyone is welcome.

Tuesdays

3.30-4.00

Year group 7 – Meet in A1

£28 for 8 sessions

LAMDA: The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. This club is for students who originally signed up in the autumn term only. We are pleased to be able to continue with Pippa and we are looking forward to students taking the LAMDA exam here at CNS in May 2021.

Tuesdays

4.15 – 5.00

Year group 9 – Meet in K1

£28 for 8 sessions

LAMDA: The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. This club is for students who originally signed up in the autumn term only. We are pleased to be able to continue with Pippa and we are looking forward to students taking the LAMDA exam here at CNS in May 2021.

Tuesdays

3.15-4.05

Year group 8 – Meet in E1

£24 for 8 sessions

TRAMPOLINING: Work with our coach Kate Gregory to develop your trampolining skills. This club is for both beginners and more experienced students. Places are limited at this club.

Tuesdays

4.10-5.00

Year group 7 – Meet in A1

£24 for 8 sessions

TRAMPOLINING: Work with our coach Kate Gregory to develop your trampolining skills. This club is for both beginners and more experienced students. Places are limited at this club.

Wednesday

3.15 – 4.00

Year Group 7 – Meet in the Library

£24 for 8 sessions

ORIGAMI: Have you seen the beautiful display of origami in the Library? You may have even tried origami with Mrs Bovington. Following that, we are delighted that Yen-Yang is going to teach this amazing skill to our Year 7s. Origami (paper folding) is a delicate skill where you can create a wide range of paper art including birds with flapping wings, frogs, boats and lillies. Everyone will have fun learning this new skill and creating something beautiful to take home. You will love it.

Wednesday

3.15 – 4.15

Year Group 9 – Meet in K1

£24 for 8 sessions

ART CLUB: If you enjoy art and would like the opportunity to experiment with new techniques then this club is for you. Carol, a talented local artist, will support you to learn about techniques including wax resists, gelatine printing, working with pastels and photo and masking tape transfers. You will also be able to work with Carol on your own projects. Everyone is welcome, so come along, have a go and have some fun. If you would like any further information please ask Mrs Corley or Mrs Dunn. 

Wednesday

3.15 – 4.05

Year group 10 – Meet in D5

£24 for 8 sessions

SQUASH CLUB: Coaching sessions with our squash coach Denise Brown. Learn to play and develop your skills further. This club is for both beginners and more experienced players.  

Wednesday

4.05 – 5.00

Year group 10 – Meet in D5  

£24 for 8 sessions

SQUASH CLUB: Coaching sessions with our squash coach Denise Brown. Learn to play and develop your skills further. This club is for both beginners and more experienced players.  

Thursday

3.15 – 4.15

Year Group 7 – Meet in A1

£24 for 8 sessions

FOOTBALL: For girls and boys to develop your ball skills and game play through the fast paced game of football. Mr Jarvis will take you through skill drills and conditioned games. Everyone is welcome, beginner or more experienced.

Fridays

3.15-4.15

Year group 8 – Meet in E1

£24 for 8 sessions

HOCKEY: Work with highly experienced coach Carol Hicks to develop your skills, tactics and game play. All levels are welcome

FAQs: Frequently asked questions

Yes.  We do not want any child to miss out on Extra Time Clubs because of financial restraints. If your child is in receipt of Free School Meals or the Pupil Premium Grant please select the appropriate box on ParentPay and Chipping Norton School will pay half towards the club.

At present no, the late night bus service is not running due to Covid restrictions.

If your child is attending a later club they can stay at school and use the ‘Study Zone’ facilities in the library or attend one of the other after-school clubs offered. Some children choose to go home and come back to school for later clubs.

Please assume your child does have a place at the club. If the club is over-subscribed by the deadline then names will be drawn from a hat and we will contact your child if they do not have a place.

All clubs have been risk assessed and measures have been put in place to reduce risk. If you would like to see the risk assessment for a particular club please request it from [email protected]

For sports clubs school PE kit should be worn. Please wear PE kit to school on the day that  you have an after school club. If your child would prefer to get changed into their PE kit after school please discuss this with Mrs Hannis. For other clubs school uniform should be worn.