EXTRACURRICULAR CLUBS

At Goodwyn we run a number of extracurricular clubs designed to appeal to a wide range of children’s interests. For the Spring 2022 we are running the clubs listed below starting from Monday, 10th January to Thursday, 24th January.

We also offer a breakfast club which runs on Monday to Thursday from 8:00am to 8:30am and an afterschool club which runs on Monday to Friday until 5:15pm each day.

 

Mini Clubs (Lower Kindergarten, Upper Kindergarten, Transition)

MONDAYS

Lego Club for LKG with Mrs Kirschner

Show your creativity as you build Lego creations! Each week will offer free play (with project ideas) and a time at the end of the session for Show & Tell. There will also be some building challenges scattered throughout the term. This is an ideal club for any Lego-maniac!

Crazy Scientists Club for UKG and Transition with Ms Woolfe

Come and explore amazing astronomy, cool chemistry and powerful physics as a super science professor! Would you like to explore the exciting world of science by carrying out “magic” tricks and spectacular experiments including sweet making, brilliant bubbles, instant smoke, and rockin’ rockets? If so, join us in our messy action- packed laboratory.

Transition Gym Club with Mrs McCormick

At gym club the children learn individual gymnastics movements and balances and how to put them together to form a routine, they also develop their vaulting skills

TUESDAYS

Keep Fit and Shine Club for LKG with Miss Beaumont

We will be working on keeping fit and healthy through the winter months, promoting fitness with a selection of sports activities and team building games. Come join us to have fun and keep shining.

Busy Hands Club for UKG and Transition with Ms Bekhor

Do you want to have happy hands? Well then, keep them busy with fun arts and crafts, model making, biscuit decorating and more. These activities will reinforce and improve fine motor skills and keep your hands happy; clapping with joy.

Beginners’ Draughts and Chess Club for Transition with Ms Woolfe

Start an exciting new pathway to becoming a chess player of the future! Chess and draughts help children to increase their focus, develop their memories and learn how to think ahead. Come and find out the first steps to winning a variety of strategy games and make your first moves of the chess pieces in a fun and interactive way

 WEDNESDAYS

UKG Gym Club with Mrs McCormick

At gym club the children learn individual gymnastics movements and balances and how to put them together to form a routine, they also develop their vaulting skills.

THURSDAYS

Mindfulness and Wellbeing Club for LKG with Mrs Mogilner

Come along after school and wind down with us in a calm and relaxing environment. We will be choosing a book to read each week focusing on different feelings. We will then spend some time talking about our day whilst enjoying our snack and then we will put on some relaxing background music and create a painting by numbers picture, choose a puzzle, learn a new skill like sewing or knitting, hama beads or just playing games, thus creating a real chilled experience; the perfect way to end the school day.

Drama Games for UKG and Transition with Miss Morris

We will be playing a range of drama related games, including physical, mental and spoken word games, as well as mime & movement. Drama Games can provide an outlet for self-expression and help develop imagination and self-confidence, as well as being enjoyable

 

KS2 Clubs (Lower Remove, Remove, Lower Prep, Prep)

MONDAYS

LAMDA Club for Lower Remove and Remove with Miss Bennett

LAMDA stands for London Academy or Music and Dramatic Art and is globally recognised for its performance examinations. At LAMDA Club we will develop a range of skills that will serve chiildren throughout their education and beyond into their chosed career paths. Thes skills include developing confidence in public speaking and listening; tackling nerves through breathing exercises; memorising and recalling information with clear articulation. These skill will be developed through physical and vocal warm up activities, along with drama style games and role play. Children will also be able to work towards a LAMDA examination in speech and drama if the wish to do so.

Tie Dye Club for all KS2 with Ms Bekhor

Do you want to brighten up the Autumn and Winter months? Then Tie-Dye Club is to die for! You will be creating individual, funky, colourful designs which will be envied by all your friends and family. Techniques will include: crumpling, pleating or folding fabric. If this is for you, then it's time to get your groovy on!

TUESDAYS

LAMDA Club for Lower Prep and Prep with Miss Bennett

LAMDA stands for London Academy or Music and Dramatic Art and is globally recognised for its performance examinations. At LAMDA Club we will develop a range of skills that will serve chiildren throughout their education and beyond into their chosed career paths. Thes skills include developing confidence in public speaking and listening; tackling nerves through breathing exercises; memorising and recalling information with clear articulation. These skill will be developed through physical and vocal warm up activities, along with drama style games and role play. Children will also be able to work towards a LAMDA examination in speech and drama if the wish to do so.

Chess Club for Lower Remove and Remove with Mrs Llewellyn

How would you like to lead an army of 16 soldiers? You will need a head for problems, nerves of steel, an eye for detail and the will to win! Chess teaches strategic thinking, logic and is brilliant fun too! Chess Club players will work towards The Chess Federation exams and compete in club tournaments.

THURSDAYS

Chess Club for Lower Prep and Prep with Mrs Llewellyn

How would you like to lead an army of 16 soldiers? You will need a head for problems, nerves of steel, an eye for detail and the will to win! Chess teaches strategic thinking, logic and is brilliant fun too! Chess Club players will work towards The Chess Federation exams and compete in club tournaments.

Drama Club for all KS2 with Mrs Kosky

If acting is your thing then join the Goodwyn Players next term and put on a play.   Learn to work as a team to help each other give the best performance possible while becoming a character. The play we will be performing depends on the personalities and strengths of the cast. It may involve pirates, police, cleaners, actors or an ice cream seller or none of these.  Why wait? If you want to find out more sign up and become part of the mystery.