After School and Lunch Clubs
We have a school choir which is held both on our main Marlborough Site and at our Post 16 site in which students learn to sing and sign new songs which they perform at different events, such as the Christmas Carol Service, Leavers Assembly and Celebration of Achievement.
This is a popular lunchtime club in which students learn the dance moves to different Zumba dances. Each week a different student stands at the front of the group to help lead the session.
All students that attend enjoy the session and there is a great atmosphere.
Wednesday: Cinema Club
Students choose a film that they would like to watch. Students help to set up the hall for cinema club and also put the chairs away at the end of the session.
Thursday: Sensory Sport Club
This is an unstructured/ free play session, in which students can use PE equipment that is in the school hall. Children play with a range of different balls (footballs, basketballs and soft balls), frisbees, a tunnel, space hoppers and gym balls, bean bags and hoops, balance beams and a disco light.
Lights are turned down low and the disco light is put on, music is played.
Friday: Sensory Sport Club
Structured session in which students play game as a team using adapted equipment, such as an oversized football, large air ball, skittles, parachute games and boccia.
After School Clubs:
Costs £7 per session for 16 weeks.
Parents are required to pay in advance for each term and there will be no refunds for sessions if your child cannot attend, however, the school will refund you if we need to cancel.
Tuesday: Cooking Club
Students choose what they would like to cook each week. All students take part in the cooking process. Students are given the choice whether they would like to eat what they have cooked at club or whether they would like to take their food home. During the session, students also make their own snack, usually toast in which they choose their own topping.
Wednesday: Stage Right
Run by GAMD ltd, is a fully inclusive performing arts group aimed primarily at children with special needs and ais led by experienced, specialised performing arts teachers.
Stage Right provides members with a way to access performances appropriate to their individual needs. Participants, aged between 8 and 19 years, are encouraged to use music, drama, and dance to develop confidence, performance and communication skills.
The Stage Right philosophy is that everyone should achieve their potential in performing arts no matter what their starting point.
DANCE activities include: Expressive, communicative, and character work.
DRAMA activities include: Voice projection, role-play, confidence building exercises and mini productions
MUSIC activities include: Exploration of voice and percussive instruments, composition and small group performances.
Participants work in pairs, groups and individually.
OT and physiotherapy needs will be considered wherever possible.
For more information on joining please email: email@example.com
Thursday: Multi Sports Club
Students take part in a range of different sports, such as basketball, football, hockey and rounders. Students have been asked what sport they enjoy and this term they have chosen to play basketball. Sessions are adapted so they are inclusive for all students.