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Nursery After School Clubs

Spring Term 2018 Timetable

Booking for Spring term clubs is now closed.

Clubs will start w/c Monday 8 January 2018 and finish w/c Monday 12 March 2018.

DayClub TimeProviderPrice per timeBooking
MonYoga (Pre-Reception & Reception) 3.30-4.15pm Yogabugs £100 (NBH invoice) Book now
MonFootball (Reception) 3.30-4.30pm Danny Grant £110 (direct payment) Book now with provider
TuesDrama (Reception) 3.30-4.15pm Allsorts£85 (NBH invoice) Book now
TuesBoard Games (Pre-Reception & Reception) 3.30-4.15pm NBH£60 (NBH invoice) Book now
WedsArt (Reception) 3.30-4.15pm NBH£60 (NBH invoice) Book now
Weds Chess (Reception)3.30-4.15pm Anu's Chess £99 (NBH invoice) Book now
WedsFootball (Pre-Reception) 3.30-4.15pm Danny Grant £90 (direct payment) Book now with provider
WedsHealthy Eating Club3.30-4.30pmKids in the Kitchen £110 (direct payment)Book now with provider
ThursBallet (Pre-Reception) 3.30-4.00pm Regal Ballet £144 (direct payment) Book now with provider
ThursBallet (Reception) 3.30-4.30pm Regal Ballet £144 (direct payment) Book now with provider
ThursScience (Reception)3.30-4:15pmNBHTBCBook now
ThursUkulele (Reception)3.30-4:15pmNBH£85 (NBH invoice)Book now

A to Z of After School Clubs

Art Club (Reception)

If you love art and craft, then join our exciting Art Club; explore the imagination and develop creativity in innovative and stimulating classes!

Art Club is a great opportunity for children to develop their fine motor skills and confidence, as well as the ability to focus and concentrate. Most importantly, children have lots of fun. They are able to express their creativity using various media: water colours, chalk, oil pastels, paint, collage, seasonal art work, weaving and more. Some of the lessons are also inspired by famous artists.

Club Provider: NBH


Ballet Club (Pre-Reception and Reception)

The Ballet Club is run by Regal Ballet, a team of highly qualified, professional ballerinas who have danced with some of the best ballet companies in the world. Exams are offered through the reputable Royal Academy of Dance syllabus, but the primary focus of the club is to develop children’s joy and love of dance.

Club Provider: Regal Ballet, 07704 290 479, regalballet@icloud.comwww.regalballet.com 


Board Games Club (Pre-Reception and Reception)

Enjoy a variety of good old-fashioned board games and learn the importance of a fair game whilst developing your competitive spirit.

Board Games are a fantastic way to support children’s academic progress and participants will: build on vocabulary with word games, use coordinates for Battle Ships, practise counting in Snakes and Ladders, develop strategies in Connect Four, take turns in Ludo, test their spelling in Scrabble and much more. Board Games Club is the perfect opportunity for children to enjoy the exciting and lively informal atmosphere of traditional playtime with friends!

Club Provider: NBH


Chess Club (Reception)

At Anu’s Chess club we make chess fun for children! Chess is an excellent activity for children to improve their analytical skills and learn to focus and remain patient. We have developed our course over the years to encourage children’s remarkable progress whilst retaining their interest in the game. At the same time as teaching the tactics of the game we ensure that the children become good sportspersons.

At North Bridge House chess club we organise a prize giving chess tournament every term in which our young players love to participate.

Club Provider: Anu’s Chess, 07806821934, begoodatchess@gmail.com, www.anuchess.com


Drama Club (Reception)

Drama Club is intended to develop children’s performance skills as well as their confidence, articulation, communication, co-ordination and other life skills. It’s also guaranteed to be lots of fun!

We cover many different aspects of drama and encourage creative growth by giving children the chance to share their own ideas and perform in small groups. Over the course of the school year, original plays are created with the children and material is personalised for different groups. These plays are established through fun improvisation, then scripted and performed using props and costumes.

Club Provider: Allsorts Drama, Sasha Stevenson, 020 8969 3249, info@allsortsdrama.com, www.allsortsdrama.com


Football Club (Pre-Reception and Reception)

Each football session includes a variety of fun, fitness-based training drills and exercises, and then moves into training, matches and weekly tournaments. Children are encouraged to progress at their own pace, developing their self-confidence, skills and mobility in a safe and happy environment.

The club is run by Danny Grant Soccer School, which offers a range of football classes to boys and girls from age 3 to 7.  The team of experienced FA approved Football Coaches lead action-packed football sessions designed to turn energetic and enthusiastic youngsters into skilful, confident players.

Club Provider: Danny Grant Soccer School, 020-8446-0891, info@dgsoccer.co.uk, www.dgsoccer.co.uk


Healthy Eating Club

Kids in the Kitchen is geared towards healthy eating education and is not a cooking class.  The sessions provide classroom training for 5-8 years old with the ultimate aim of changing the eating behaviour of children and encouraging them to be self-sufficient food consumers throughout their lives. The rich and inspiring content is introduced through fun games and interactive learning and drama techniques, increasing awareness around healthy eating whilst developing children’s personal skills. In every session, children are provided fresh food to touch, smell and taste. The programme has been devised by a nutritionist professor and is delivered by qualified and experienced teachers. It is important for and has a highly positive impact on young children, improving their concentration and performance at school as well as helping to prevent the onset of adult obesity.

Kids in the Kitchen also offers a separate session for parents who are willing to improve their awareness about childhood nutrition.

Club Provider: Kids in the Kitchen, 0 755 727 5555, info@superkidsinthekitchen.co.ukwww.superkidsinthekitchen.co.uk


Science Club (Reception)

Full of fun activities and hands on experiments; Science club creates the opportunity to explore and investigate the world around us. These stimulating sessions will allow children to expand their critical thinking and develop their science based skills and language.

Many of these activities are also great for home learning, as they support problem solving and creativity.

Club Provider: NBH


Ukulele Club (Reception)

In Reception Ukulele Club, children will learn simple chords with the aim of being able to strum along to simple songs, as well as building musicianship skills in a fun and sociable environment. We will be showcasing our new skills with an end-of-term concert. Children will need to own a ukulele, which can be purchased very reasonably at all good music stores and online.

NB: This club will start on Thursday 18th January 2018.

Club Provider: NBH


Yoga Club (Pre-Reception and Reception)

Fun, creative classes designed to engage the imagination, maintain natural flexibility and teach effective breathing methods. The class combines exciting adventures with songs, stories, yoga games, and relaxation techniques. Yoga also helps to improve children’s concentration levels and sleep patterns, increase their self-esteem and boost their immune systems.

Club Provider: YogaBugs, 0845 899 7167 or 07956 411 011 , simon@yogabugs.comwww.yogabugs.com

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