Extra Curricular

There are many activities and clubs available for children at Park Brow at both lunchtimes and after school. We feel it is important to enrich children through fun and engaging clubs including arts, crafts and sport. Our extra-curricular timetable allows children to thrive in a fun, safe environment whilst learning and developing new skills. Clubs on offer during the autumn term include:

  • Multi- sports (including hockey, basketball and hockey)
  • Football
  • Choir
  • Gymnastics
  • Sensory Circuits
  • Bereavement Support
  • Adventurers

At Park Brow, we believe by delivering these clubs, we are widening our children’s experiences beyond the school gates, making learning relevant, real and fun.

Cross-Country

Mrs McLoughlin and Mrs Metcalf both run an after school cross country club for KS2 children. The club takes place on a Tuesday and helps the children develop the skills and stamina to become cross country runners.

Multi-sports

Active Soccer provide activities on the school yard and MUGGA each day. During lunch times, the Active Soccer coaches are timetabled to provide multi-sport activities for children from EYFS through to KS2. The coaches help develop particular skills as well as distil team working skills whilst playing a variety of sports activities.

As well as this, Active Soccer deliver after-school clubs to each year group weekly. The timetable is set so that each year group has one session per week with the specialist coaches to develop skills in particular games.  This timetable changes termly so that a variety of sports are offered.

LFC Foundation

Liverpool Football Club Foundation attend our school throughout the week to deliver PE sessions. Each Friday, they deliver an after school to build on team work skills and resilience whilst training and playing several matches. With the LFC Academy and Foundation being a local facility within our community, we have found this link valuable to support our ‘Possibilities’ Curriculum Driver by giving children an insight to the different working roles that are on offer within football clubs.

Beth Tweddle

Each Wednesday, the children of Park Brow are able to attend a Gymnastics club provided by Beth Tweddle’s specialist teachers. Beth Tweddle has previously visited our school and spoken to the children about the training and efforts that have made her a successful Olympic Gymnast. This extra curricular activity not only provides specialist teaching of the sport, but also embeds our ‘Possibilities’ Curriculum Driver.

Sensory Circuit

A selection of children from both Key Stage 1 and 2 are timetabled to take part in sensory activities each morning delivered by Teaching Assistants. The children have been carefully chosen so that the activities support the skills (including fine motor, gross, balance and speaking and listening) that they need.

Bereavement Support

Mrs Wolohan, one of our teaching assistants, delivers support sessions to children who have suffered a bereavement or separation in their family. The sessions are carefully planned to help children develop strategies to manage their emotions.

Adventurers Club

Ms Hall (a former teacher of our school), offers a weekly Religious Education club to Key Stage 2 children.

Mr Peel

EYFS have a weekly RE session delivered by Mr Peel. The session focuses on songs and child-friendly discussions.

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