From September 2017 onwards
The Following Clubs are run by School staff please contact the school office for an application form.
|Day of the Week||Club||Run By|
|Monday after school||Football||Mr Gregory|
|Tuesday after school||Lego||Mrs Smith|
|Tuesday after school||Netball||Mrs Binding|
|Thursday after school||Choir||Mrs Quinn|
Clubs held at the school run by outside companies
The Tennis Club
Wednesday afternoon from 3 pm – 3:45 pm Tennis club for Year 1 and Year 2 pupils only
The Mini Tennis Club is a good way of introducing children to the enjoyment of tennis. Your child will learn the skills associated, using short rackets and sponge balls. This could be the first step to your son or daughter becoming the next Andrew Murray or Serena Williams!
Your child will develop movement, co-ordination and ball skills, while being introduced to the game, which provides so much fun alongside exercise!
The Tennis Club is run by Andy Te/ All coaches are LTA / PTR qualified/All equipment is provided.
Places are limited, and will be dealt on a first come first served basis. So to ensure your child gets a place, please fill in a form from the office and return the reply slip to the office ASAP
The Judo Club
Tuesday from 8:00 am – 8:45 am Judo club for children aged 5 and upwards
Tora-Kai have been teaching Judo at Polesden Lacey Infant School since April 2006. The Judo Coach is Peter Gould
Tora-Kai Judo Club was formed in the early 70’s from the amalgamation of three judo clubs. They all had different names so a Japanese professor was asked to help suggest a name and Tora-Kai was chosen. Tora means tiger and in Japanese writing it actually looks like a tiger’s tail and Kai means club.
Emphasis on Fun
The aim of the club is to promote judo in as safe an environment as possible. Children are not pushed to the limits of their ability in order to produce Olympic Champions, but are encouraged in the art of Judo in a friendly and fun environment.
Lots of Benefits
The Judo club is not just about learning self-defence, it is also about directing energy into something creative and constructive, building up self-confidence, co-ordination and learning to work with a partner or as part of a team.
Monday from 7:45 am – 8:45 am Breakfast club (for all classes)
Wednesday from 7:45 am – 8:45 am Breakfast club (for all classes)
Thursday from 7:45 am – 8:45 am Breakfast club (for all classes)
Friday from 7:45 am – 8:45 am Breakfast club (for all classes)
Where: In our school hall, accessed via the main school front door entrance
Choice of whole grain cereal and drinks served at 8:10 am
Children must have registered with their place confirmed prior to using the service. Breakfast Club Application Form
There are eight places available each morning and these will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Bookham Kids Club
This is run externally and is held at the Dawnay School for children at Polesden Lacey Infant School.
Ages: 4-11 years
Activities: Role-play, lego, story-telling, toys, puzzles, board games, simple cookery, Bingo.
Sport: rounders, badminton, skipping, football, tennis and outdoor play.
Messy play: water, sand, paint, playdoh, gardening and environmental activities.
Art: collage, textiles, sewing, clay, jewellery making, Hama beads and paper craft.
For more information and to register please email Louise Di Trana:
Bookham Kidsclub For The Dawnay and Polesden Lacey Schools