If you require before and after-school childcare, there are three clubs local to The Blue School. All of these clubs offer drop-offs and pick-ups from school. Their contact details are as follows:
ASK Kindergarten & Clubs (Breakfast & After School)
All Saints' Church
Tel. 07766 408409
Isleworth Explorers Club
Tel. 020 8560 4552
South Isleworth Children's Centre
Tel 07714 755 390
We run a variety of after-school clubs which are open to children from Year 1 – Year 6. The clubs are aimed at different year groups every term so as to ensure that all children have an opportunity to join in throughout the year. If places are not filled from within the specified year groups, the remaining spaces will then be offered to other year groups.
Some clubs are free of charge (e.g. KS2 lunchtime Choir) whilst others cost £30 per term. The school tries to keep the costs of the clubs to a minimum by subsidising them to ensure as many children as possible get the opportunity to participate. If you have financial difficulties covering this cost, please speak to Ms Jones in complete confidence.
All clubs start straight after school and run until 4.30pm unless otherwise specified.
We will no longer be accepting cash and cheques for club payments. Please book a club via ParentPay
If you would like your child to attend an afterschool club, please ensure they have completed a Code Of Conduct form and return it to Miss Tyerman.
Code Of Conduct
| Club||Day||Run by||Skills|
| KS2 Choir||Mon lunchtime||Mrs Jones|
|Choir is very popular. Children sing a variety of pop, classical and other genres. They perform in church, at Christmas concerts and at school fairs.|
|Tennis|| Mon||Brentford Community Sports Trust Coaches||Children develop their hand-eye coordination as they learn to hold a racket, strike the ball and use backhand. They apply these skills to mini game situations.|
|Gymnastics|| Mon|| || |
|Creative Writing|| Mon|| Mrs Studzinska-Walsh||‘Fun with Words’ is a non-sporty club we are offering. Children will develop their confidence with language through discussions and by reading small sections of a particular children’s book. There will be quick writing exercises and fun writing games, as well as a focus on character descriptions. Its aim is to foster confidence in writing and develop and nurture creative writing skills and creative thinking.|
|Basketball|| Tues|| ||Children learn the basic skills of the game including shooting, passing, attacking and defending.|
|Rugby||Tues||Brentford Community Sports Trust Coaches||Children learn a variety of skills, particularly passing the ball backwards, touchdown tries and how to tag other players. They then get to apply these skills in mini games. Some children will also get the opportunity to play in matches against other schools out of school time.|
|Debating Club||Tues||Mrs Sharp|| Y5&6|
|Maths||Wed lunchtime||Mrs Sharp|| by invitation |
|Computer Coding||Wed||Mrs Van Der Byl|| |
|Sports Games||Wed|| || |
|KS1 Choir||Wed||Mrs Birchall|| |
|Drama||Thurs||Upstage Drama Club||Children have fun expressing themselves through games, improvisations and story telling. This allows them to explore their imaginations and develop their talents and self-esteem.|
|Football||Thurs||Brentford Community Sports Trust Coaches||Children learn a variety of skills ranging from dribbling, striking, defending and moving on and off the ball. They then apply these to mini game situations.|
|Computer Coding|| Thurs||Mrs Van Der Byl|| |