“Let every light shine” Matt. 5 v 16


Clubs are an important part of our curriculum at Aplington.  We offer a wide range of sporting, music and other clubs that support and promote children’s fitness, wellbeing, talents and personal development.  We aim for these clubs to be accessible to all.

Below are the clubs that are running at school at the moment, but these change regularly to meet the needs and interests of the children.

Children in Ks2 run their own lunchtime clubs tailored to their own fascinations and interests.  At the moment we have Drama Club, Performing Arts Club and Little One’s club, run by children in year 5 and 6 for KS1. We also have Cat Drawing Club, Creative Club, Computer Club, Animation Club and Colouring Club all run by KS2 children.  These change on a termly basis, with the opportunity in the summer term for children to run sports clubs outside.

Early Birds Breakfast Club

The aim of our breakfast club is to support working parents by providing early morning childcare from 7.45am – 8.30am. The children are offered the opportunity of having a healthy breakfast at the start of the school day in a safe and caring environment.

Breakfast Cub Policy

Registration Form

Monday – Karate

Tuesday – Gym club for KS1 and KS2.Gym Club is run by Rachel Perry.

Wednesday – Art Club with Mrs Godbold. Art club is run by Estelle Godbold from 3.05 – 4.05pm. Please ask in the school office for a payment slip. Ms Godbold also runs art days during the school holidays, please ask the office for details.

Thursday – May’s Performing Arts Dance group  3 – 4.15pm. Please see MPA website for details https://www.maysperformingarts.co.uk/

Friday – Little One’s Football 3.00 – 4.00pm. Multi-skills sports club 4.15 – 5.15pm. Both with Mr Colbeck (ProCoach  Sports)


All Keystage 2 children attend choir, led by Mrs Cork each Friday morning from 8.45 am to 9.15am. Singing and music have a high priority at Alpington and this session fulfils part of the music curriculum as well as giving pupils the opportunity to experience the well-being benefits singing brings. The children sing a wide range of lively songs, the choir performs throughout the year at a variety of events and festivals.

Instrumental tuition

Music tuition is available on a Friday for a variety of instruments including piano, recorder, flute, clarinet and guitar. Please make enquiries at the school office if your child is interested in learning to play.

Mrs Cork – wind instruments, piano.

Mr Cooper – guitar, ukulele.