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Summer Clubs 2024

Please find below details of the school run clubs that are taking place during Summer 2.  Clubs will take place from week beginning 10th June and finish week beginning 8th July, unless told otherwise. Details of the finish time for each club are stated below.   


Following feedback from parents and children, places at these clubs will be allocated evenly across those that would like to attend and have completed the online forms by the end date. As a result, more children will be able to attend at least one of the clubs they would like to. The online forms for the new clubs are now active. You can complete these by clicking on the club your child wishes to attend below. If there is not a link, it is because this is an established club that is continuing, being completed, or there is a waiting list meaning it is already full. You will have until 6pm on Thursday 6th June to book a place for your child, and will then receive a message on Friday 7th June confirming if they have a place. You will need to complete a separate form for each club you would like your child to attend.  


If there is no form to complete for a club, then spaces have already been allocated to children after it being offered earlier in the year and proving popular.


On a day when your child is attending an afterschool club, they should wear their school uniform and bring their PE kit, or other appropriate sports clothes for the activity they are taking part in, to school that day. If they are attending the cheerleading or dance clubs taking place at lunchtime, they can wear their PE kit to school that day. 


All clubs are organised to offer an opportunity for children to learn about and improve within the sport or subject area being coached or taught. All children that attend should have an interest in being there. The behaviour of children should reflect that interest and desire to learn. If children attending a club are not interested in participating in the sport or subject area being coached or taught, or their behaviour stops others from enjoying the club, we will in the first instance discuss this with their parent, and should any issues continue, they will lose their position and it will be offered to another child. 


Other clubs being run by external providers are responsible for organising their own admin, which we support by passing on information where we can. If you have any questions about an external club please contact them direct. Please note the dates and times external clubs are run may differ from clubs offered by staff at Heathlands. If you need to contact any of the external club providers who come into Heathlands please find their details below. 


Making Aces - Barney (James Barnard), 

Computer Xplorers - 01206 670143, 


IMPORTANT HEALTH AND SAFETY NOTES Please read the following carefully before applying:

Due to circumstances beyond our control, clubs may have to be cancelled from time to time and we appreciate your co-operation when this happens. We will send messages to parents via ParentMail and text messages to inform as many parents as possible. If a club has to be cancelled and we are unable to contact you we will ensure your child is kept safely in school until you or a nominated person arrives to collect him or her.


If your child will not be attending an after-school club session, please ensure the adult leading the club is aware of this absence. For children in KS2, especially those in Year 5 and 6, we would anticipate the child telling the teacher running the club why they are not attending. With younger children we understand that parents would do this and ask that you email the school office. Once children have been allocated a place at a club it is anticipated that they attend every week unless they have a valid reason not to attend.  If children are absent from clubs their position may be offered to another child on the waiting list.


Please stress this to your child - they should not walk home independently unless you have given your permission. You are able to do this on the Microsoft form if your child is attending a Year 5/6 club (we would not anticipate children in Year 1, 2, 3 or 4 walking home on their own). The adult(s) running the club will wait with your child to be collected after the club has finished and we would emphasise that on no account are they to accept lifts unless this has been arranged by you, the parents. Please could parents inform the school of any changes to their child’s pick-up arrangements.


Essex County Council safety regulations are also being enforced with regard to children and earrings in P.E. or games sessions. These state that NO earrings whatsoever may be worn for games and P.E., so children will have to remove their studs. Please would you send in a small named container to keep them in. The use of micropore tape is no longer permitted. It is recommended that if your child has their ears pierced this is done at the beginning of the summer holiday.

Shoulder length hair or longer should be tied back using only soft hair bands or grips (i.e. no hard plastic items).


After school clubs being offered during the 1st half of the Summer Term are: 




Year 5/6 Rounders with Mr Hassard - 4:15 finish


Year 1/2 Dodgeball with Mr Minter - 4:15 finish 




Year 1/2 Multi-sports Club with Mrs Gidden - 4:15 finish 


Year 3 Cricket Club with Mr Minter - 4:30 finish  


Cheerleading Club with Miss Hodgson - 4:15 finish




Year 1 Football Club with Mr Minter - 4:30 finish




Before school clubs being offered during the 2nd half of the Summer Term are below. 




Year 3/4 Athletics Club with Mr Minter - please arrive at 7:55




Year 2 Football Club with Mr Minter - please arrive at 7:55



Year 3/4 Multi-sports Club with Mr Minter - please arrive at 7:55



Lunchtime clubs being offered during the 1st half of the Summer term are: 



Year 2/3 Dance Club 

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