After School Clubs

After School Clubs

We are proud to offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities. The range of clubs varies from term to term with the current selection including: Cooking Skills, Gardening, French, Football, KidzBFit, Tennis and Street Cheer.  We try to provide a variety of clubs, all run by outside provides and require a termly fee paid direct to them, whilst other clubs can be paid for termly via Parent Pay.

Please do read the Terms and Conditions before signing up to a club - see attachment below

See what some of the club leaders say about their clubs:

NPA  Team Games – an opportunity for children to play basic versions of invasion team games such as netball, football and handball. This will give them the opportunity to develop their sports related gross motor skills such as throwing, catching and dribbling; as well as develop all of the personal qualities related to team work and cooperation. Sessions will involve skill development and games that will enable the children to apply their learning to competitive situations. The philosophy of learning through fun and enjoyment are heavily cultivated in these sessions.

Invasion Games – these sessions will involve a variety of invasion games, such as netball, football and hockey. Pupils will have the opportunity to advance all of the basic skills related to these games, as well as develop their ability to use effective strategies and tactics in order to be successful. Elements of team work involved in games such as these will be promoted, developing pupil’s all round sporting competence. The philosophy of learning through fun and enjoyment are heavily cultivated in these sessions.

Key Sports   Our football club is a great way to improve your football skills, play mini matches, and penalty shootouts. Key Sports after school clubs provide children with a healthy bout of organised exercise and fun and a great way to finish the school day!

For a complete timetable of all the clubs that are currently running please contact the school office.


Music - Lessons are offered during the school day on either a 1:1 basis or as part of a small group.

We are proud to offer a wide range of music/instrumental lessons to pupils at the school, via JMP Music and Mr Andy McGurk, who offers tuition in guitar.  These lessons are conducted within the normal school day and pupils are removed from their usual school session.

For further information, please contact the provider direct or contact the school office.

JMP Music provide tuition in the lessons below:-

    Piano/Keyboards, Flute/Clarinet/Saxophone, Recorder, Trumpet/Trombone, Violin

Please note that there are certain year group restrictions on some of the above.  Lessons can be in small groups or on an individual basis, with the vast majority taking place during the school day.  If you would like your child to have music lessons, please ask for an application form from the office, or contact JMP Music direct (details are on the application form or their website,

If your child is interested in learning Guitar, you can contact Andy at


  1. T&Cs Club - Parents copy April 2018
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St. Botolph's C of E (C) Primary School
Oundle Road,
Orton Longueville,

Phone: 01733 231313

About Us

St Botolph's School is a Church of England Controlled Primary School. We uphold Christian beliefs and have strong links with our local church, Holy Trinity. These Christian beliefs can be seen in our policies, in the daily life of our school and as we celebrate collective worship together.