School Clubs

We offer a number of after school clubs and activities. There is a fee associated with some of the activities; however we always try to keep costs to a minimum and ensure the activities deliver the best possible value for money. Please note that some activities are only open to certain year groups.

Children will be sent invites at the end of each half term for the clubs they can join the following half term.

Clubs available this half term include:

Multiskills for Classes 1, 2 and 3

Multisports for Classes 3, 4 and 5

Whole School Football

KS2 Choir run by Mrs. Shelton

KS2 Brain Club run by Mrs. Ridgeon

If you would like any more information about any of these clubs then please see the office or your child’s class teacher.



School Book Club Awards




Press play to hear what we got up to at the book awards.






Mini Vinnies

SVP Mini Vinnies

Today we commissioned some of our children to become Mini Vinnies.

They will be the youngest members of the St Vincent de Paul Society who work  to improve the lives of the people in their parishes and communities

We hope you will pray for our children and wish them well as they begin this special task in school.



Art Club


Our library is looking great, thanks to the Art Club.  😆


Wakefield Future Stars 2015 Finalists


A big well done to our well deserved finalists  😆 


Girls Indoor Football Tournament

Five schools were entered into the Catholic Schools Indoor Football Tournament at St Wilfrids High School, Featherstone.

We came second overall, winning three matches and losing to the eventual winners St Joseph’s,  Pontefract.

A big well done to all those who took part.


Multi Skills Day

Our Multi  Skills Day was a great success as always.

The children completed a circuit of events which included running, jumping, throwing and balancing. The aim of the day was for fun, skill development, participation and self improvement. 


Young Voices

By introducing children to a wide variety of music and performance opportunities, Young Voices, support and encourage everyone to learn, enjoy and share music and singing.

They believe that music and singing enhances life, that children deserve the best, and that teachers should be encouraged and supported so that they can develop an understanding of music in the children they inspire.

Huddersfield Town Presentation

Andy Booth is a retired professional footballer, but remains at Huddersfield Town as the club’s ambassador.

Andy told the children about his days playing in the Premier League against lots of famous footballers, including David Beckham. He came to school to give out awards to the children for their recent achievements in the annual penalty shoot out.

Frankie & Me

The choir performed Frankie & Me, by Peter Fardell, to an appreciative audience of parents and friends.

They told (and sang) the story of Mary Shelley, a new girl finding it difficult to make friends with her new classmates.