We offer a range of activities for both boys and girls which take place either during lunch times or after school. These include:
Football (girls, boys and mixed teams), Netball, Rugby, Choir, Art, *Dance, Computers, Drawing, Drama, Hockey, Film, Photography, Spanish, Cricket (seasonal), Ukulele and *Multi Skills.
Clubs marked with * have a fee, please refer to the latest club list
Mulberry Class recently received some fantastic news, Sophie, who attends the after school Film Club, has won an award for her review of The BFG. Sophie's film review was one of ten chosen from 1000’s of reviews submitted across the UK. Reviewing the films that the children watch is a big part of the Film Club experience and can also help to develop their confidence in their literacy skills. Sophie will receive a prize and also have her review featured on the Into Film Website. Congratulations Sophie! See above.
The first term of Spanish club has finished and I would like to thank all of the children involved for their enthusiasm. The children can now tell you many things in Spanish, including how to say their name, numbers to 20, the colours, the months and greetings to name but a few. The children even tasted some Spanish food and the popular option was the Spanish tortilla, but not many liked the olives!
We have had lots of fun and I have enjoyed teaching you all. I look forward to the next group of enthusiastic linguists!
The choir performed at St John's Church, Yeovil on Tuesday 11th December. They performed alongside Preston Comprehensive. It was a great evening and the children were a credit to the school.
Photography club have been looking at finding the alphabet in the world around them.
The letter J The letter O
The letter Y The letter A
Our fantastic ukulele group were invited to play at the first ever Yeovil Ukulele Festival held in The Great Tithe Barn, Haselbury Mill. The children have worked hard this year to learn a mixture of popular old and new songs. The highlight was when the children performed two songs from the hit film 'The Greatest Showman'.
The children were totally professional in their performance during the show and they were the perfect ambassadors for Preston Primary School. They are now being asked to play for other groups in the Local Community so look out for them and come along to support our wonderful musicians.