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Extra Curricular Activities

At Whiteheath Infant School we are pleased to be able to offer a varied selection of extra curricular activities.

 

Breakfast Club 

Breakfast Club takes place every morning before school. Children are encourage to try new healthier options to traditional breakfasts in a positive nurturing environment. Spaces are limited and must be pre-booked via the school office.

 

External Club Providers 

The following clubs are currently run at Whiteheath Infant School by external providers-French, Spanish, Tennis, Gymnastics and Football. They are organised by the provider and they communicate directly with parents.

 

 

 Contact details for the clubs are as follows :

 

STREET DANCE – MONDAYS after school

Soul Performing Arts

20 Moorcroft Park

Harlington Road

Hillingdon

UB8 3HD

 

TENNIS – THURSDAYS after school

MatchPro Tennis

2 Langley Avenue

Eastcote

HA4 9TT

Mob: 07920 101 907

Contact: Lisa Quiller

 

FOOTBALL – THURSDAYS after school

Elite Soccer Academy

www.elitesocceracademy.eu

Tel: 020 8866 8811

Mob: 07706 416 370

 e: sophie@elitesocceracademy.eu

 

FRENCH & SPANISH – TUESDAY & THURSDAY lunchtimes

Contact: Celine Vaudeville

La Jolie Ronde

www.lajolieronde.co.uk

Tel:  0208 797 2515

Mob: 07950 862 298

el: celine@blueyonder.co.uk

 

 After School Clubs

A wide variety of school run after school clubs are offered throughout the year. We are only able to offer these school clubs due to the goodwill of our teaching staff who kindly run the clubs in their own time. 

 

We aim to ensure that every child has an opportunity to attend at least one school club in their time at Whiteheath. 

 

School Clubs include:

  • Maths & Problem Solving Club to develop thinking and maths problem solving skills

 

  • Philosophy Club to encourage children to explore ideas and concepts through reading books, poems and art work.

 

  • Sunflower Club aiming to develop social and play skills through fun activities

 

  • Fun & Fitness Club

 

  • Cheerleading Club

 

  • Music Club

 

  • Computer Club

 

  • Arts & Crafts Club

 

  • Gardening Club which takes place at certain times throughout the school year and encourages the children to have an interest in gardening and growing vegetables to promote healthy heating. The club is registered with the RHS Campaign for School Gardening.

 

  • Cookery Club enables children to develop basic cooking skills including weighing, mixing, sifting, kneading, chopping, grating and peeling. They have the opportunity to make a range of dishes such as fruit kebabs, fruit smoothies, scones, cupcakes and pizza.

 

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