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After School Clubs - 2017/2018

Sheffield Children's University        



St. Mary's Primary School is proud to be part of the Sheffield Children's University (CU). CU is part of a national initiative that encourages and celebrates children and young people who take part in a wide range of inspiring learning opportunities outside of school hours. Children are awarded one credit for every hour they participate in and these hours add up to earn Children’s University Awards. Click here for information about other Learning Destinations and don't forget to complete your Learning Destination Diary for each visit.


All Bronze and Silver awards will be sent into school to be celebrated and presented in an assembly. If your child has achieved a Gold Award (100, 200, 300 hours etc), they will be invited to attend a special award ceremony. For primary school children, these ceremonies generally take place in the Reception Rooms at the Town Hall each term in November, March and July.

More information about Sheffield Children's University can be found by clicking the links or scrolling to the documents at the bottom of this page.

Signing up for a club in school is easy. At the end of each term we will email parents a form via ParentMail asking you to choose the clubs you would like your child to attend. Please complete this by the deadline stated and we will then allocate a place on a first-come, first-served basis. Once a place has been allocated, you will then be able to pay via ParentMail. Clubs are currently charged at the beginning of each half-term in full.

    Summer Term 1 2018


Terms and Conditions

  • A place at a club is conditional based on behaviour.  Therefore any child who has behaviour below the expected standard will not be allowed to attend clubs the following half term.

Parents will be notified by letter the Monday before the club registration deadline if their child’s behaviour is below the expected standard and therefore will not be allowed to attend clubs the following half term.  Similarly if a child has not been allowed to attend clubs due to their behaviour falling below the expected standard the previous half term, parents will be notified by letter the Monday before the club registration deadline if their child’s behaviour is now at an acceptable level and they can attend clubs in the following half term.

Should a child’s behaviour significantly fall below the school’s expected standard of behaviour during the half term the child may not be allowed to attend clubs with immediate effect and a refund will be given.

  • Children in Reception class can attend clubs from Autumn 2.
  • Clubs are open to all year groups unless Key Stages are specified.
  • Payments must be made half termly in full and should be made by ParentMail.
  • In order to cover costs refunds will not be made, unless the club is cancelled by school.
  • If payment is not received by the end of the first week the club is running the child will not be allowed to attend the club.
  • If you have any concerns about being able to meet the cost of the clubs please contact the school office.
  • Children must wear their PE kit for all clubs (shin pads for football please)
  • Clubs run every week of the term except the last week before Christmas, Easter and Summer Break and the first week in September.
  • Children to be collected promptly at 4.30pm. 



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Jacqueline Allott,
17 Nov 2016, 03:52
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Jacqueline Allott,
16 Nov 2016, 07:51
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16 Nov 2016, 07:51
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Jacqueline Allott,
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