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Term 1 ASAs going strong

Our After School Activities (ASAs) are going strong as we pass the halfway point of the 10 week programme for Term 1.

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With such a variety of activities on offer, there is something different and exciting going on in every ASA. This week involved KS2 Cooking Club preparing their own hummus and salsa to dip chips into. KS2 Modern Art Club were experimenting with shapes based on the work of a modern Cambodian artist in our new Art Room.

Children in KS1 Steam Club were competing to design the best paper airplane that could fly the furthest in the Maker Space. KS1 Number Fun children had designed their own board games based on addition and subtraction and this week got a chance to play the games of other children.

With 4 weeks still to go, there is bound to be many more interesting  ASA sessions ahead for all the children in KS1 and KS2.

By Steve O'Leary

Head of PE and ASA Coordinator