Pre-Prep After School Clubs

Autumn Term 2017 Timetable

Booking for the Autumn Term 2017 is now closed. Please contact the school for further information unless you are interested in booking a club via one of our external providers.

Clubs will start w/c Monday 18 September 2017.
Last week for clubs will be w/c Monday 4 December 2017.

DayClubTimeProviderPrice per termBooking
MonYoga (Year 1 & 2)3.45-4.45pmYogabugs£100 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
MonBallet (Year 1 & 2)3.40-4.30pmRegal Ballet£156 (direct payment)Book now with provider
MonMathletics (Year 1)3.45-4.30pmNBH£50 (NBH invoice)Book closed
TuesDrama (Year 1)3.45-4.45pmAllsorts£85 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
TuesHealthy Eating Club (Year 1 & 2)3.45-4.45 pmKids in the Kitchen£110 (direct payment)Book now with provider
TuesScience (Year 1 and 2)3.45-4.45pmMother Nature£121 for 11 sessions (NBH invoice)Booking closed
TuesGym (Year 1 & 2)3.45-4.45pm NBH£50 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
TuesFootball (Year 1)3.45-5.00pmDanny Grant£10 / session (direct payment)Book now with provider
TuesStreet Dance (Year 1 & 2)3.45-4.45pmDramarama£10 / session (direct payment)Book now with provider
WedsMini Explorers (Year 1 & 2)3.45-4.45pmNBH£60 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
WedsMathletics (Year 2)3.45-4.30pmNBH£50 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
WedsUkulele Club (Year 1 & 2)3.45-4.30pmNBH£85 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
ThursChess (Year 1 & 2)3.40-4.40pmAnu's Chess£100 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
ThursDrama (Year 2)3.45-4.45pmAllsorts£85 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
ThursKarate (Year 1)3.45-4.45pmPantha Karate£150 (direct payment)Book now with provider
ThursFootball (Year 2)3.45-5.00pmDanny Grant£10 / session (direct payment)Book now with provider
FriCookery (Year 2)3.45-4.45pmNBH£80 (NBH invoice)Booking closed
FriLego Build (Year 2)3.45-4.30pmNBH£85 (NBH invoice)Booking closed

A to Z of After School Clubs

Ballet Club (Years 1 and 2)

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, 


Cookery Club (Year 2)

Cookery Club takes place every week on Friday. It is an opportunity for Year 2 pupils to discover the science and pleasure of cooking for themselves. They learn about the importance of nutrition, as well as the many different tastes and ingredients that make up the food we eat. We set the children practical challenges and encourage them to further their knowledge, skills and creativity.

Club Provider: NBH


Drama Club (Years 1 and 2)

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,, 


Football Club (Years 1 and 2)

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 skillful, confident players.

Club Provider: Danny Grant Soccer School, 020-8446-0891,,


French Club for bi-lingual children (Years 1 and 2)

This club is designed for French children who are or have been exposed to the language at home. During the one-hour session, children explore French sounds and books, work on reading comprehension and learn spellings and verbs. The club teacher, Madame Meunier-Murphy is involved with FLAM (designed by l’educationnationalefrancaise) outside of school, and will cover part of their curriculum and beyond.

Club Teacher: Madame Meunier-Murphy,


Gym Club (Years 1 and 2)

Gymnastics is an all-round sport that develops strength, agility, flexibility and co-ordination. The after school club at North Bridge House is an excellent introduction to gymnastics. Children work on floor skills (i.e. handstands & cartwheels), bar work, vaulting and trampette work.

For children who excel in these sessions and who are interested in progressing from school to recreational or competitive gymnastics, the coach will recommend the best clubs to join depending on location.

Club Coach: Xavier Lake, Hampstead Gymnastics,,


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 interactive learning and drama techniques as well as games, to improve awareness on healthy eating whilst developing 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. Kids in the Kitchen also offers a separate session for parents who are willing to improve their awareness about childhood nutrition. This programme 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.

Club Provider: Kids in the Kitchen, 0 755 727 5555,

Lego Build (Year 2 only)

Lego Build club will be held after school every Friday. The children will be using the WeDo 2.0 core sets which include motors, motion sensor, tilt sensor, and of course, a whole stack of Lego! They will be constructing different kits and then programming the completed projects using the school iPads.

The children will develop basic computer skills, work collaboratively with one another, and will face many obstacles which will allow them to develop their problem solving skills.

Mathletics (Years 1 and 2)

Mathletics is a web-based, interactive learning tool  that uses fun activities to focus on each area of the curriculum at the appropriate level. Additionally there are problem-solving activities and ‘Live Mathletics’ which is essentially arithmetic practice with children playing against each other or against the computer. Children earn points for each activity they complete and they’re able to spend their ‘credits’ in the Mathletics shop buying bits and pieces to decorate their avatars.

Club Provider: NBH


Mini-Explorers Club (Years 1 and 2)

Does your child love gardening and nature? Do they like recycling and looking after the earth? Do they like discovering new things? They can do all this and more at Mini-Explorers!

Mini-Explorers is the school’s nature and gardening club. Every week, club members learn about interesting plants and animals. They help to plant flowers, fruits and vegetables in the school garden; as well as partake in fun nature and art activities!

Club Provider: NBH


Karate Club (Year 1 only)

The Pantha Karate Club has long been teaching Shotokan Karate to children in North West London and is very popular at North Bridge House. The NBH club is a beginners’ class and advanced lessons are taught by Pantha Karate outside school.

Club Teacher: Lloyd Wolfson, Pantha Karate, 020 8445 2588,, 


Science Club (Years 1 and 2)

Science is a hugely important subject for our future generation. Mother Nature Science Club engages children in science through exciting hands-on activities, providing them with spectacular demonstrations and encouraging them to participate in enquiry-based discussions.

Club Provider: Mother Nature Science Club, 020 8863 8832,, 


Street Dance Club (Years 1 and 2)

Non-stop, action-packed classes encourage children to take part in weekly exercise – including warm-ups and fitness training – as they learn the dances to their favourite pop songs. Parents will be invited to come and watch the last session of term as the children present their Autumn term routines.

Boys and girls are welcome to take part, and will need to wear trainers and have a named bottle of water.

Club Provider: Dramarama Stage School, Jessica Grant, 020 8446 0891, 

Ukulele Club (Years 1 and 2)

Ukulele Club is intended for those children who took up the ukulele in our club for Reception children, as well as other children in Years 1 and 2, who have shown a keen interest in learning the instrument. Children will learn simple chords to strum along to well-known songs, as well as building musicianship skills in a fun and sociable environment. Children will need to own a ukulele, which can be purchased very reasonably at all good music stores and online.

Club Provider: NBH

Yoga Club (Years 1 and 2)

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,,