Summer Club Programme

We have a range of clubs for the children throughout the school year. The clubs are run by a variety of people including staff and external providers.

See below for some more details of the clubs on offer at Acresfield this term.


We have two archery clubs this term for our Meerkats and Penguins on a Tuesday after school and for the children in KS2 on a Friday after school. There has been a lot of interest in this club, as it is new to Acresfield and is proving a big hit. [with some misses!]


Miss Jones will be running our choir after school this term for children across the school. After their super performance at our Winter Wonderland evening, we are looking forward to hearing some more super sounds travelling along the corridor!


A craft club will be running this term, providing the children with a chance to use recycled and upcycled materials to make some useful items for the home. Sounds exciting and environmentally friendly!

Cross Country

Cross country club will be taking place before school on a Friday morning. Miss Kiernan will getting everyone active and enjoying some fresh air to end the week on a high. We are part of the Saturday morning West Cheshire AC schools cross country race series, so this is a great way to prepare.


This is a great opportunity for those who love to strut their stuff on the dance floor! You will learn various moves and develop your own in order to put together a dance to impress. At the end you will have the chance to perform to an audience. Let’s get moving!


Have you got something to say! This club gives you the chance to express yourself, appreciate the views of others and develop ways to present considered arguments. Come along and share your views.

Digital Wizards

Paul is back to wow the children with a variety of technical advancements. This is always a popular club and one that is heavily oversubscribed. It will be taking place on a Thursday after school. Be prepared to be amazed!


Back by popular request, dodgeball club will be run by our sports coach, AJ, this term. The children in KS2 will have the chance to improve their hand eye coordination under the expert eye of AJ.


Our football clubs are back on this term and we have entered three football leagues. There is a girls’ league and a lower and upper key stage 2 boys’ league as well. Coaching takes place on a Tuesday night for the children in Orangutans and Jaguars and a Wednesday night for those in Otters and Komodo Dragons.


Our gardening club is run after school on a Monday. It is a great opportunity for all those with green figures to support our garden and sustainable approach to living. We are looking forward to seeing some home grown produce later in the year!


AJ, our sports coach, will be running a handball club for the Meerkats and Penguins this term. This is a fun team activity that will develop a variety of the children’s ball skills, including their throwing and catching. It should be fun!

Hand Chimes

We are delighted to welcome Wendy back into school to run our hand chimes club. This is open to all children from penguin class to Jaguar class. It will take place after school on a Thursday. We are looking forward to hearing some wonderful sounds emanating along the corridor!


Join us at homework club for a chance to complete some homework in school and keep your evening free. The club will be running after school on a Thursday, for children in KS2.


AJ is also running a multi-skills club for children in Meerkats and Penguin class. The club aims to develop a range of basic sports skills, including throwing, catching, aiming and movement.


Miss Kiernan will be running a netball club after school on a Wednesday for the children in KS2. The school has entered some netball tournaments and this will give the children a great chance to sharpen their skills in preparation.

Sensory Skills

A lunchtime club will be run by Miss Johnson to support children’s sensory development. It will help them with a range of skills, not only sensory, but also social and personal development skills.


A lunchtime wellbeing club is being run by Miss Conroy this term. It will provide a calm and quiet space for children to relax in at lunchtime and will include the chance for some therapeutic colouring, music appreciation and relaxation.