All children take part in music through class lessons, but also have the opportunity to take up a musical instrument with a peripatetic teacher if they wish. After school clubs include; singing, dance, competitive sports (seasonal), karate, homework club (for children in years 5 and 6), Lego club and chess. We also run lunch time clubs we currently offer gardening and homework club for children in years 3 and 4.
These visits, which usually take place within the school day, are planned to provide important experiences related to the children�s work study. They require a great deal of preparation and usually involve follow-up work. Every effort is made to keep costs to a minimum and parents are asked to make a voluntary contribution. Without this contribution visits may not be able to take place.
These are planned to provide new experiences for children. It may be the first time they have stayed away from home, or that they are undertaking an activity which creates new challenges for them. There is an annual visit for Year 4 to Hooke Court where they experience walking, orienteering, science and history activities through visiting within the locality.
Year 6 undertake a "Challenge Week" every year at the Woodlands Centre in Wales, where they can experience mountain walking, canoeing, caving, orienteering and climbing. The Woodlands Centre is run by Oxfordshire Local Authority.