Extended Schools Programme 2021-2022
- Play Club: Monday-Thursday @ 2:00-3:00pm for (Year 1 and Year 2)
- Homework Club: Monday-Thursday @3:00-4:00pm (Year 4 to Year 7)
- Year 3 Literacy/Numeracy Booster: Monday & Tuesday @ 2:00-3:00pm
- Numeracy Booster: Wednesday @ 3:00-4:00pm
Burns Session 1: @2:00-3:00pm (Year 1-Year 3)
Burns Session 2: @3:00-4:00pm ( Year 4-Year 7)
Please keep up to date on Seesaw for any changes to arrangements
In order to arrange appropriate supervision, we would ask parents to book places for clubs in advance using the School Money App.
In line with our child protection policy, except in an emergency or when prior written notification is provided, children will only be released from school at their finishing time.
A snap shot of 2019-2020 Extended Schools Activities at Knockmore P.S
Sensory Workshops 2019-2020
After feedback from the extended schools questionnaires in June 2019 it was clear there was a need to focus on sensory activities and developing play as an extended schools activity. Multi-sensory and play activities are designed to involve the use of auditory, visual and kinaesthetic-tactile pathways. Research shows that sensory play builds nerve connections in the brain’s pathways, which leads to the child ability to complete more complex learning tasks. Sensory play supports language development, cognitive growth, fine motor and gross motor skills, problem solving skills and social interaction. We held two Saturday sensory workshops during the year which where well attended and enjoyed by all. The feedback from parents, children and staff was very encouraging. Have a look at the photos below.
.Christmas Themed Sensory Workshop
Fairytale Themed Sensory Workshop
“Thoroughly enjoyed it, well organised.” “Excellent value for money, well managed.”, “ We loved it, great to see teachers and kids having fun together.”, “ Staff friendly and helpful, my children were engaged in the activities.” , “Really enjoyed meeting other parents from school, can’t wait for more.”, Kids loved it, great activities.”, “ The small group meant that my children could freely move form each activity, great ideas.”
Hip Hop Showcase June 2019
Take a look at last years Hip Hop showcase. The children involved, performed in front of the School and their parents to show off everything they learnt during term 3.j