Extra Curricular Activities

Enrichment Clubs 

At Silverdale Primary Academy we believe everyone is able to develop an interest or passion. Therefore, in addition to our curriculum we aim to provide a wide range of experiences through before and after school clubs as well as lunch time schools. Clubs range in activities throughout the year and across different year groups. Costs vary from free provision provided by our staff family to a small weekly payments when we are using trained providers. Extra-curricular clubs are in addition to those children attending our paid Before and After School Care Club. 

Extra-curricular clubs are updated on our half termly Newsletter which can be accessed via our website.  

Previous and planned clubs

Previous and planned clubs have included: 

Paid Holiday Club (free to those children in receipt of Free School Meals) 

Football Coaching followed by Football Tournaments 

Art and Craft Club 

Gymnastic Coaching  

Netball followed by Netball Tournaments 


Science Club 

Games Club 

Cricket Coaching 


Guitar Lessons 

Ukulele Lessons 



Forest School 

Mindfulness and Meditation Club 

Reading and Maths Booster Groups 

Small Group Tutoring 

Lego Club 

Why Join an Enrichment Club?

There are several benefits to joining a club. They allow you to explore physical and creative interests. You might be looking to learn a new skill or develop an existing talent. Maybe you would like to meet new people or just try something different. Whatever the reason, joining a club can be very worthwhile. You will get a lot of support from our staff family and other pupils. 

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