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St Joseph and St Teresa

Catholic Primary School

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School Clubs and Music Lessons

EXTRA CURRICULAR MUSIC LESSONS 

 

We are thrilled to be able to offer additional music tuition to our pupils, either on a one to one basis, or in pairs or small groups (as agreed with the tutor).  Please email the music teachers directly for further information:

 

Piano - Taught by Tony Bevan:  Email address - arbevan@icloud.com 

About myself: I am a graduate of Cambridge with 45 years experience in music teaching. I am also a conductor and choir trainer.

 

Violin - Taught by Andrea Redman:  Email address - andreasviolins1@gmail.com

I teach piano at all levels, including complete beginners. The lessons take place from 1pm onwards on Mondays and Wednesdays and last approximately 25 minutes. The charge at the moment is £12 per session payable at the end of each term.

Spanish Club 

 

We have a great opportunity for our Year 2 – Year 6 pupils. We are looking at running an after school Spanish Club. Mrs Albea – Fernandez, who is one of our parents and a volunteer helper at school has offered to run the after school Spanish Club. She is a qualified teacher of Spanish.   Email address - yuka1977pi@yahoo.com

Time: 3:30 - 4:30 pm

Day: Tuesday

Age Range: Year 2 - Year 6

Price: £7 per child

Number of children: 15 max

 

The dates of the club will be as follows:

Tuesday 6th June,

Tuesday 13th June

Tuesday 20th June

Tuesday 27th June

Tuesday 4th July

Tuesday 11th July

 

The places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you are interested in your child taking part in the Spanish club, please complete the form below and send to the school office. Once we have our group for the Spanish club, we will email you with the details of how to pay for the club as you will pay Mrs Albea – Fernandez directly.

Forest School Club 

Mr Trowga will run a series of after school sessions on a Wednesday from 3.15 - 4.30, for both KS1 & KS2 children. Please book your child on via School Gateway if you would like them to attend. Places are limited to 12 per session. Children attending will need to bring in suitable clothing to change into at the end of the school day. 

Football

 

Our weekly Football Club is run by 'Grass Roots' on a Thursday after school 3.15 - 4.30pm on the school field.   The football team participate in many tournaments against other local schools. They are always a credit to the school, playing as a team and showing great sportsmanship. The children play football most break and lunchtimes on the field and formal training takes place after school. 

 

Cross Country

 

Our cross country team are very talented children. They run at a number of events each year competing against local schools. Mrs Chandler organises the cross country team, and they train in the run-up to events. There are upper school (Yr 5/6) and lower school (Yr 3/4) distances. Events take place at the Bishop's Field Wells,  Millfield, Downside, Collett Park and more!

 

Street Dance

 

Street Dance and County & Maypole Dancing club takes place after school. It is run by Miss Ashworth. The children really enjoy street dance and they perform at The Wells Blue Dance Festival in March, Maypole Dancing at the May Day celebrations in the town square and at the Somerset Folk Dancing Festival on the Cathedral Green in June.

Here is a little more information from Miss Ashworth, our dance teacher:-

Email address: l.ashworth1978@gmail.com

 

My name is Lindsey and I have been dancing on and off for 21 years. I have ballroom, latin and freestyle training and have taken part in competitions in each. Whilst training I was teaching freestyle to children and assisting in ballroom and latin lessons. After having children, I worked in a school in Manchester and offered an afterschool club in commercial street dance. Whilst working at St Joseph's and Teresa's as a teaching assistant, I started teaching the afterschool club there. I have moved on my career but still offer the SJT Dance Club.

 

At dance club, we learn dance routines to popular music. The routines are sometimes geared towards age or are whole group dances. The emphasis is to explore and improve our dance skills whilst having fun and keeping fit. 

 

We have provided performances of our routines for the school at special events and assemblies.

 

In the past we have taken part in the Blue School Festival of Dance and the Highbridge Festival of Dance. We aim to continue these, attend more competitions and also to provide performances for community events.

 

The club takes place on Tuesday evenings 4pm - 5pm. Each class is £4 per child. Stretch clothing and trainers are essential.

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