After School Activities

Activity Time Location Age Group Cost
Monday
Ballet 3.15 to 4.15pm Downstairs Hall Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 £3.00
Wednesday
Beavers 3.15 to 5.00pm Downstairs Hall Boys and girls aged 5yrs 9mths to 8 yrs £3.00
Cubs 3.15 to 5.00pm Upstairs Hall Boys and girls aged 8 to 10 years £3.00
Thursday
Tap, Ballet, Disco 3.15 to 4.30pm Downstairs Hall Any age £3.00
Football 3.15 to 4.30pm   KS2 (waiting list applies)  

Please note: you will need to apply again this year even if you had a place last year (except Cubs and Beavers you just carry on going).

Children's University

At Stradbroke we have the fantastic opportunity for your children to gain Children's University points whilst engaging in after school activities. After attending several hours of after school activities, the children are awarded with a Bronze, Silver or Gold certificate and a badge.

Recently we have been to the Town Hall to celebrate Stradbroke's success in achieving their gold awards. Another 16 children are due to receive awards on Thursday 20th November. Well done!

Children's University Holiday Activities

There are lots of fun and exciting activities taking place outside of normal school hours in different places across Sheffield and beyond where children and young people can collect learning credits. These credits will be added to the ones some children collect in some schools to earn Children's University Awards.

To collect these credits, they need a Passport to Learning. These cost £2 and are available to purchase at Sheffield libraries and some Learning Destinations. Remember, the credits lead to awards right up to 1000 hours!

The Children's University February 2016 Newsletter is available to download with details of loads of activities taking place in the February Half Term holiday.

Sheffield Futures

Sheffield Futures have produced a guide that's perfect for families to find out what's happening in across the city from October to December! From spooky seasonal activities including holiday clubs, craft events and films, to weekly free sports clubs - we've got it all covered.

You will find lots of information about activities for 8 - 18 year olds including local youth clubs which have been supported by the Sheffield team. These youth clubs have the Sheffield stamp of approval, which means that young people who attend will be safe and have a great time!

A new edition of the guide is produced every quarter and all the activities can be found on the Sheffield Futures website. The guide is online: http://bit.ly/OctDecGuide and is also be available to pick up from venues across Sheffield including Sheffield Futures, Star House, 43 Division Street.

Children's University Award Ceremony

What a wonderful turn out at our awards ceremony in school on Wednesday 1st July. Thank you to all who attended, and performed!

Thank you to Amelia, Jack and Kieran who spoke very eloquently about their experiences of the Children's University. This is what they said:

Amelia
"I enjoy taking part in after school and in school activities. I participate in badminton, guitar and cornet, which allows me to earn credits towards Children's University certificates. I feel proud of myself for taking part and I have really enjoyed going to town hall to receive certificates and badges.

I am leaving Stradbroke in a few weeks, but I hope to use my passport for learning and gain credits at my secondary school."

Kieran
"Children's university is a really important thing. Why? Because you earn one point per hour of your after school activity, so the more hours you have, the more you learn. Every time you collect your award certificate and your badge, how do you feel? I feel relieved because I know I have finally got my award. Then I can start again and work harder to get my next badge and the next, and the next.

Basically, what I'm trying to say is Children's University is fun because you get points and awards for doing after school activities, which are fun. I hope you continue your journey in children's university as I am."