After School Clubs

After School Clubs

Please click here to see the Autumn Term 2017 afterschool clubs.   

Homework Club will start on 20th September.  Afterschool clubs (apart from choir and running club – which have already started), will start week commencing 24th September.

All afterschool clubs will finish at 4.15pm.  If for any reason a club has to be cancelled due to staff illness or weather, a text will be sent out at the earliest opportunity.  If you are unable to collect your child at 3.25pm due to cancellation, please do not worry as they will be supervised until you arrive to collect them.   If you wish your child to attend an afterschool club please complete the Club Permission Slip and return to the relevant member of staff.

 

 

Homework Club

 

Your child’s homework timetable can be found here.

Homework Club will start on 20th September.  If you wish your child to attend the homework club, please return their ‘Code of Conduct’ form to their class teacher.   Homework Club Letter and Code of Conduct Form.

 

Oakley Junior School is a mainstream school and it is our intention to provide the opportunities for every child to develop  their abilities to the fullest possible extent, and equip them with the values, knowledge and skills necessary for them to  lead a worthwhile life in society.   At Oakley Junior School we believe that:

  •  All children should be valued regardless of their abilities and behaviours.
  •  All children are entitled to a broad and balanced curriculum which is matched to meet each individual’s needs.
  •  All teachers are teachers of children with special educational needs.
  •  All children can learn and make progress.
  • Effective assessment and provision for children with SEN will be secured in partnership with parents, children, the Local Authority and other partners.
  •  Maintaining children’s safety and wellbeing is central to their development.
  • The following information conveys how we put support in place for all pupils with SEN, including the areas of need below:
  • Learning difficulties
  • Communication difficulties
  • Autistic spectrum
  • Specific Learning Difficulties
  • Physical difficulties and medical needs
  • Sensory difficulties
  • Behaviour, emotional and social difficulties including mental health.