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School Clubs

Minehead First School runs a range of extracurricular clubs, which run during both before and after school, and also at lunchtimes.

 

Country Dancing

 

In Country Dancing Club we have lots of fun learning traditional dances. Children also have the opportunity to learn Maypole Dancing and the Flamborough Sword Dance. Country Dancing Club runs in the Spring Term ready to perform to the town at the May Day event in Wellington Square. They also dance at various local Retirement Homes and  perform with other local schools at the West Somerset Country Dancing Festival.

 

Football Club

 

Football Club is open to Year 3/4 children, both boys and girls. We play from September to February indoors in the hall. We have a training session on
On Friday evenings a team of 4 children go to Dunster School to play against the other 5 local First Schools. We finish the season with a Gala either at Dunster or Knights Templar School where teams from all the West Somerset First Schools take part. 

 

Catchball Club

 

Catchball Club is open to Year 3/4 children, both girls and boys. We play from April to June outdoors. On Friday evenings a team of 4 children go to Minehead Middle School to play against the other 5 local First Schools. We finish the season with a Gala either at Minehead Middle School or Cutcombe School where teams from all the West Somerset First Schools take part.

 

Cricket Club

 

Cricket Club is open to Year 3/4 children, both girls and boys. We play from April to July outdoors. We have a training session one lunchtime run by a professional  Cricket Coach. On Friday evenings, from June, a team of 6 children go to Minehead Middle School to play against the other local First Schools. To finish the season we have a Tournament where all the teams compete against each other and a trophy is awarded.

 

Gardening Club

 

Gardening Club meets on Wednesday from 3.30pm to 4.30pm. It runs from September until the end of October and then again from March to July.

The children have lots of fun digging and planting vegatables which are then used by the school kitchen. They also help to look after the chickens we have on site. It's a great way to learn about growing your own produce and caring for animals.

 

 

 

For further details about the clubs on offer at the moment, please ask at the school office.

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