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Term 1

The after school sports clubs have begun again and this term cricket and football are being led by Bob Bolder from Charlton Athletic Community Club. Bob has been coaching at Herne Infants for more than 15 years and is an inspiring sports coach. The children respond very well to his fun, strict but fair approach to the sessions. Once again the clubs have been oversubscribed which proves their popularity and the enthusiasm of our children and parents to support a healthy lifestyle.

Our very own home-grown rugby coach is kindly giving up her time again this year to lead our rugby club. However, she ahs been joined by Miss Hayter as the numbers for this club were so high. Miss Richards and Miss Hayter both enjoy the children having fun while learning the fundamentals of the game. Year 1 and Year 2 children support each other practising all the skills in preparation for some mini-games.

Fencing was introduced to Herne last year by Premier Sport and has proved to be popular. It allows the children to develop coordination, balance and a true sense of fair play. It also promotes age appropriate physical management skills, respect and body control as well as having fun with related games. Mr James is now an n experienced trainer who has works with other local schools.

Mrs March has begun the healthy eating club for Year 2 children who gain so much knowledge and skill during the sessions. The smells coming from Class 7 are irresistible at times! From smoothies to fruit sticks and chocolate cakes (we all need a treat every so often!) the children are encouraged to be as independent as possible in order to develop those all-important life skills.

 

Several children attend the local basketball club at Herne Bay High School which is continuing to expand in numbers from last year. This term there will be a local school basketball competition so we are hoping to see some rising stars playing for our team.

Archery Club

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Archery Club 2
Archery Club 3

Cricket Club

Cricket Club 1
Cricket Club 2
Cricket Club 3

Rugby Club

Rugby Club 1
Rugby Club 2
Rugby Club 3

Term 2

The after school sports clubs continue and this term hockey and football are being led by Bob Bolder from Charlton Athletic Community Club. Once again the clubs are very popular and the children continue to demonstrate enthusiasm, developing skill and motivation as well as parents giving their full support for a healthy lifestyle.

Our very own dance coach is once again training a Wake Up and Shake Up team of mixed Year 1 and Year 2 children. They are learning a fast paced routine which incorporates high energy with stretches and flexibility elements. We are sure that the smiles and enthusiasm are not only a reflection of the expert teaching but also of the children’s enjoyment.

Fencing was so popular in term 1 that we have repeated it in order to accommodate all those who wanted to take part. It allows the children to develop coordination, balance and a true sense of fair play. It also promotes age appropriate physical management skills, respect and body control as well as having fun with related games.

Mrs March continues the healthy eating club for Year 2 children who gain so much knowledge and skill during the sessions. The smells coming from Class 7 are irresistible at times! From smoothies to fruit sticks and chocolate cakes (we all need a treat every so often!) the children are encouraged to be as independent as possible in order to develop those all-important life skills.

 

Even more children attend the local basketball club at Herne Bay High School which is very encouraging. In term 1 our school won the HBH basketball competition which demonstrates the positive impact that our local clubs have on our school sport.

 

This term Mrs Dadswell introduced a Change4Life club which is run during curriculum time to encourage life-long participation in a healthy lifestyle. This is a great fun way to introduce children to the theory behind why we need to be active and the children are very keen to attend the sessions each week.

Fencing Club

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Fencing Club 2
Fencing Club 3

Hockey Club

Hockey Club 1
Hockey Club 2
Hockey Club 3

Change 4Life Club

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Change 4Life Club 2
Change 4Life Club 3

Healthy Eating Club

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Healthy Eating Club 2
Healthy Eating Club 3

Term 3

This term we are introducing three new clubs! Handball is being led by Premier Sport. This game develops coordination, agility and a true sense of fair play. It also promotes age appropriate physical management skills, respect and body control as well as having fun with related games.

 

Bob Bolder from Charlton Athletic Community Club is taking a school based basketball club as well as continuing with the ever popular football club. It is always a pleasure to see the children’s skills progress each week and the respect they develop for the sport as well as for each other is appositive influence on their everyday lives.

 

Something else new for this term is our fitness club which is being run by Miss Richards. This will incorporate a range of skills to motivate and inspire our children to be active in a variety of ways to suit their interests and abilities.

 

One more new addition is the dance mat club being run at HBH school. This is such a fun way to exercise and we are so fortunate to be given this opportunity for FREE access to the mats and a coach. We are so looking forward to seeing how much the children enjoy this club.

 

Mrs March will once again be tempting the Year 2 area with delicious smells from the healthy eating club. This term the children may have the opportunity to make pizza and fruit smoothies, working as independently as possible through the preparation and clearing away processes in order to develop those all-important life skills.

 

The local basketball club at Herne Bay High School continues which has now formed into a very strong club link for our school. We are hoping that their coach will be able to visit us soon to share some of the highlights.

 

This term Mrs Dadswell is going to continue the Change4Life club and we look forward to more children being able to join as it was so successful last term. The children really enjoy this fun way introduction to the theory behind why we need to be active and are always very keen to attend the sessions each week.

Cookery Club

Cookery Club 1
Cookery Club 2
Cookery Club 3
Cookery Club 4

Basketball Club

Basketball Club 1
Basketball Club 2
Basketball Club 3

Fitness Club

Fitness Club 1
Fitness Club 2
Fitness Club 3

Handball Club

Handball Club 1
Handball Club 2
Handball Club 3

Term 4

This term we are introducing yet another new club! Dodgeball is being led by Bob Bolder from Charlton Athletic Community Trust. This is a game that proved very popular with year 2 when we played it as part of our curriculum and develops coordination, agility and a true sense of fair play and honesty.

 

Bob Bolder also continues to coach our young footballers in totally inclusive sessions, making them fun and skill based while promoting a love of being active through football. 

 

Following a taster session with year 1 children, Mrs Beach is reintroducing the Speedstacking club which has always been popular in the past and is another great inclusive activity which can be played anywhere. This sport supports coordination and agility and can develop into such a speedy game we are sure the children will love playing it.

 

Miss Richards has taken over as our dance coach this term with an incredibly popular club (twice as many applicants as places).  The children will be learning a routine with a theme of colour.

 

Once again we have been invited to join the dance mat club being run at HBH school. This is such a fun way to exercise and we are so fortunate to be given this opportunity for FREE access to the mats and a coach. The children who attended in term 3 loved it and are so looking forward to going again.

 

Mrs March will continue to tempt the Year 2 area with delicious smells from the healthy eating club. This term the children may have the opportunity to make savoury and sweet dishes,  working independently through the preparation and clearing away processes in order to develop those all-important life skills.

 

The local basketball club at Herne Bay High School continues which has now formed into a very strong club link for our school. We are hoping that their coach will be able to visit us soon to share some of the highlights.

 

Following a disappointing number of applications for the handball club, Premier Sport have kindly agreed to switch and will lead a gymnastics club for the term instead as we know that this is potentially a popular activity for many children who are unable to attend outside clubs.

Dance Mat Club

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Gymnastics Club

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Healthy Eating Club

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Speedstacking Club

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Dance Club

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Term 5

 

We appreciate the fabulous support of our children and parents for the sports clubs. Some clubs are often oversubscribed and we recognise how disappointing that must be. This term we are continuing several clubs in order for all children to have the opportunity to experience those that they want to try.

Bob Bolder from Charlton Athletic Community Trust is leading a cricket club and we are hoping that they will be able to be outside in order to allow the children to have the space to play to their full potential.

Bob Bolder also continues to coach our young footballers in totally inclusive sessions, making them fun and skill based while promoting a love of being active through football.  He expects the best sporting and respectful behaviour, fully subscribing to our school values.

Gymnastics club will continue and following feedback from parents and children we are working in collaboration with the coaches from Premier Sport to adjust their programme and ensure that the children continue to explore a greater range of gymnastic skills. 

Mrs Beach has enjoyed leading the Speedstacking club which is a lot of fun and  supports those children who prefer the less physically active sports.  They have enjoy the elements of coordination and agility as well as developing their timed speeds in the competitions.

Mrs March will continue to tempt the Year 2 area with delicious smells from the healthy eating club. This term the children may have the opportunity to make savoury and sweet dishes, working independently through the preparation and clearing away processes in order to develop those all-important life skills.

 

The local basketball club at Herne Bay High School continues which has now formed into a very strong club link for our school. We are hoping that their coach will be able to visit us soon to share some of the highlights.

 

 

Gymnastics Club

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Change For Life Club

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Healthy Eating Club

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Term 6

For the last term of the year we have continued with some of the most popular clubs and revisited others by request.

Bob Bolder from Charlton Athletic Community Trust is leading a tri-golf club and we are hoping that they will be able to be outside in order to allow the children to have the space to play to their full potential.

Bob Bolder also continues to coach our young footballers in totally inclusive sessions, making them fun and skill based while promoting a love of being active through football.  He expects the best sporting and respectful behaviour, fully subscribing to our school values. This term we sent two teams to the HBH competition and won silver medals so our thanks go to Bob for his fabulous coaching!

Archery club with Premier Sport is back by demand and the children are really enjoying the discipline of the sport as well as the success of firing arrows at a target.   Thanks go to Mr James for his support this year and we look forward to welcoming him back in the autumn.

Mrs Beach has enjoyed leading the Speedstacking club which is a lot of fun and  supports those children who prefer the less physically active sports.  They have enjoyed the elements of coordination and agility as well as developing their timed speeds in the competitions.

Mrs March will continue to tempt the Year 2 area with delicious smells from the always oversubscribed healthy eating club. This term the children will have the opportunity to make savoury and sweet dishes, working independently through the preparation and clearing away processes in order to develop those all-important life skills.

 

The local basketball club at Herne Bay High School continues which has now formed into a very strong club link for our school. We are hoping that their coach will be able to visit us soon to share some of the highlights.

 

In addition to the above our Change4Life club has continued with exciting sessions during curriculum time with Mrs Dadswell. The children explore nutrition, emotional health and exercise as well as learning how to make them  sustainable for a healthy lifestyle.

Our dance group have been practising during curriculum time and an early morning club session with Miss Ingram in preparation for the HBH dance festival. Thank you to all those parents who have been incredibly supportive and to the children who are working so hard to learn the routine.

Archery Club

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