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School Clubs

As part of our commitment to providing all our pupils with opportunities to develop the full range of their talents, we provide a number of lunchtime and after school clubs.

These change throughout the year. In the last year we have offered clubs ranging from:-

  • archery
  • basketball
  • tag rugby
  • cricket
  • lego club
  • art club
  • gardening
  • choir
  • flute
  • street dance
  • football
  • Jaguar

The following are clubs we currently have available this term. 

Club Teacher Year Group Day and time
Netball Miss Dekker 3-6


3.15 - 4.15pm


Forest School Mrs Green 1-2


3.15 - 4.15pm

Board Games for Wellness Mr Bishop All


3.15 - 4.30pm

flute club

The flute club is open to children in years 5 and 6 and runs on a Wednesday and Thursday lunchtime.  Mrs Cloke is the teacher running this club, this year the members have performed at the music mix and at the concert in the town's pannier market.

Jaguar club 

This club is held on Tuesday evenings after school until 4.15 and run by Miss Leach.  The children design, construct and race the 3D cars they design.  This year the members of the club were very successful and reached the final stage of the competition with their cars.  The UK national championships were held at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon, Warwickshire.

art club (coming soon)

Years 2-6 are welcome to join the schools Art club which is run by Mrs Harvey after school on Wednesday evenings until 4pm.  Mrs Harvey has been involved with a number of art events in her previous school and is now rolling out some exciting new art projects within our school.

smart music

Smart music is run at our school on Thursday evening 4.30-6pm for KS2 children and partents.  This is an ideal way to learn to play an instrument or sing as part of a group.  They have a number of dedicated talented teachers that spend time with each of the groups.  Adults are welcome to join in as well.  It cost £20 for 10 sessions.  Contact Charlotte via email for more information.

The Jammy Dodger Shield

Each year our school football team competes in a match against one of the local schools for the Jammy Dodger Shield. This trophy is named after our much missed former caretaker, Roger Searle, who died in 2016. He set up South Molton youth football club and was a great fan of Liverpool. In the summer of 2017, the school defeated North Molton Primay to win the first ever trophy and last summer the team retained the title by beating Filleigh Primary. 



We also offer additional music lessons via peripatetic Music Teachers that visit our school.  Currently we have teachers that do drumming and flute lessons where parents can sign their children up for an additional cost.