Irchester Community Primary School offers before and after-school clubs that teach phyiscal skills such as dance, football, and basketball, as well as academic skills like keyboards, singing, literacy and numeracy and ICT, art and science, most of which are free.
We believe that clubs have an important role to play in enriching the curriculum. Being at school is not just about what you do between 9am and 3.15pm, it's about acquiring the skills to go into society.
Not only are these school clubs fun, but they also help boost children's self-esteem and self-confidence. Happy, self-confident children are motivated and can achieve more and by offering school activities our children get the chance to succeed in different areas and then they can take that success and use it to overcome barriers in the subjects they find difficult.
For further details on the clubs available, please call into the School Office and speak to Tracie Larkins, our Clubs Administrator. Please note, some clubs do have limited spaces.
Please note that if your child is currently attending a club, this does not give them an automatic place for the next term.
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to the school office
Downloadable Club Information
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To read the reports on these events, please click on the link below.
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CU Graduation Ceremony
26 pupils attended the presentation from ICPS that was hosted by Northampton University on Monday 31st March. The keynote speaker was Jacky Holloway, Deputy Dean of the School of Business and was assisted by Jane Badger, Head of HE Schools Engagement. The final speech was given by Paul Blantern, Chief Executive at NCC.
Two young people, Evie and Libby from Roade Centre Stage Saturday Morning Centre hosted the event and also acted out a scene from 'Blood Brothers'. Park Junior entertained the children and parents with some songs.
The event was a huge success and the children looked very smart in their gowns when receiving their certificates.