After School Club Timetable
|Entertainment Club £2 per session = £8 Rec-Y6 max 30 pupils 3:20-5:00pm (no club 4th June & 9th July||Entertainment Club £2 per session = £12 Rec-Y6 max 30 pupils 3:20-5:00pm||Craft Club £2 per session = £12 Rec-Y6 max 30 pupils 3:20-4:30pm||Entertainment Club £2 per session = £12 Rec-Y6 max 30 pupils 3:20-5:00pm||Gymnastics Club £2.50 per session = £15 Rec-Y6 max 30 pupils 3:20-5:00pm|
|PE Kits inc waterproof coats & water bottles req for Sports Clubs||2Step Dance Academy Street & Jazz £2 per session = £12 Y1-Y6 Max 30 pupils 3:20-4:20pm (no club 7th June)||Education City £1 per session = £6 Y1 -Y6 Max 20 pupils 1:30-2:30pm|
|Football Max 20 pupils 3:20-4:20pm||Football Max 20 pupils 1:30-2:30pm|
Easter Holiday Club 2016
We have had another fun filled Easter Holiday Club. As well as art, crafts and outdoor play, we have had new and exciting days out!
We enjoyed watching Kung Fu Panda 3 at the cinema, followed by McDonalds lunch. The film reminded us of the values we have been learning at school: resilience, perseverance and courage.
On Wednesday we went to TenPin Bowling at Shawridge – Isabella N may have been the youngest but she was pretty nifty with a bowling ball, earning the most points after two games. We all enjoyed a basket lunch between our games before returning to school for a treat of ice-cream.
Next we got to release all our energy, this time with bounce fun at Freedog. Thank you to Mr Paul our volunteer driver. After an hour, we were all hot and sweaty and deserved our thirst quenching squash. It was then back to school, decorated chefs hats on and time for Dominos Pizza and chips lunch…yummy!
Friday was an early start, to make our way to Cadbury World, Birmingham. The Main Exhibition Tour started with 3 free chocolate bars each and ended with us stocking up on all our favourite Cadbury treats in the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop. The 4D cinema was amazing, complete with motion seats.
The Holiday Club is open to all children who attend Rodbourne Cheney or Moredon Primary who are in Reception to Year 6.
Tuesday Cooking Club
Tuesday Cooking Club have been investigating Physical Change.
This is a change in which the substance changes form but keeps its same chemical composition (reversible). We tested this theory by whipping cream and making delicious Strawberry Cheesecakes – Alicia H Yr6
Children from Years 3 and 4 took part in a Futsal tournament. They did not win any games but show plenty of enjoyment, desire and effort in all seven of their matches. Most importantly, they improved their football skills and team work as the afternoon went on. Well done!
6th Oct 2014.
Moredon played in their third football match of the season at home to Haydonleigh. A special guest from Ipswich Town FC, Alex Henshall, came to watch the game and he gave them a pep talk before the game and at half-time. This led to a much closer game than the previous two but they lost 3-2. Nothing could be done about Haydonleigh’s second goal and Moredon led twice during the game. At half-time when it was 1-1, Alex thought that Moredon were the better team so it seems that Haydonleigh’s second goal was the difference between the two teams. Well done to Moredon for persevering throughout the game, we look forward to the next game after half term.
29th Sept 2014.
The school football team played in their Bloor Homes Cup match this week. They faced an excellent side in Lawn Primary School and showed absolutely no shame in losing 3-0. Just like the previous match, they were level at half-time and had a chance for Moredon gone in early in the second half, it could have been a different result. Once again, the team showed excellent teamwork, excellent attitude and 100% effort. They are now entered in the Bloor Home Shield and it certainly looks as if they will be one of the favourites to go far in that competition!
22nd Sept 2014.
The school football team played their first football match at Robert Le Kyng this week. Robert Le Kyng were last year’s league winners so it was always going to be a tough match. The first half performance was incredible and their coach, Mr. Sedgwick, was so impressed with their teamwork, effort and passing skills. This led to the half-time score being 1-1. Tiredness played a part in them letting in three goals in the second half but to lose just 4-1 to an excellent team just goes to show what an exciting season lies ahead of them!