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Extra Curricular Activities

These change on a termly basis, and children will be invited to sign up for next term's activities, towards the end of the current term.  

Individual musical instrument lessons for clarinet, flute, violin, piano and keyboard are  currently available, provided by  teachers from West Sussex  Music (see below), and guitar lessons are provided by an independent company called the Rock and Pop Foundation.  In a new venture, we are also able to offer drumming lessons.

For more information about after school extra curricular activities, please ask the School Office who have the current list.

There is a noticeboard on the Junior Corridor which is updated each week to confirm which activities are scheduled to happen.

In addition to the above, activities such as football, netball and cricket, depending on the season, take place during the school lunch break.  Our PE co-ordinator, Mr Simmonds, will be able to provide further details.

West Sussex Music

West Sussex Music is the largest provider to children and young people of high-quality music education in West Sussex.

Building on its history as the Local Authority’s Music Service, its heritage goes back over 50 years and West Sussex Music maintains these strong links with the County’s Schools and Colleges.

As leaders in high quality music education, West Sussex Music nurtures, inspires and enriches, changing lives through music.

Nearly 180 teachers support over 18,000 children with their music-making across the county’s schools and colleges with an offer that includes group and individual lessons; a low-cost instrument hire scheme; whole-class tuition; musical activities at area-based music centres; bands, orchestras and choirs; vocal projects; world music workshops; rock and pop sessions and teacher training.

West Sussex Music is a not-for-profit independent company limited by guarantee with charitable status. Its musical opportunities for children and young people are funded by income from parents, schools and the National Music Grant, administered by Arts Council England.

 

 

 
 
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