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Clubs, activities and enrichment

Sports Break time and After school activities - September 2020

Following the latest government guidance published on the 04/11/2020 it comes with a heavy heart that we must stop the provision of all extra-curricular physical education clubs. This is a decision that we have tried very hard to avoid and we are deeply disappointed by the recent announcement.

During this time, the importance of physical activity must be put to the forefront of people’s minds considering the physical and emotional benefits that physical activity has. It is so important that all children and young people stay active for their physical and mental wellbeing. With this being said we are continuing our curriculum time provision in lessons and we aim to be up and running with our extra-curricular programme as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. In the meantime, I encourage you all to continue to be as active as possible whilst following government guidelines.

Stay safe

Mr. Maddock

Clubs

The Beaconsfield School offers a variety of different clubs running at break times and after school, covering sports, arts, craft, games and drama amongst others. A new timetable will be available in due course so please keep looking here.

Trips

During the course of the year students will have the opportunity to take part in educational trips. Parents will be advised of details and instructions for each individual trip.

Music Tuition

The Beaconsfield School provides a selection of group and private music lessons run in conjunction with The Buckinghamshire Learning Trust and external tutors. Music lessons take place during school hours. For more information or to book please refer to www.bucksmusic.org or contact musicservice@bucksmusic.org

 

     

For information on Drum lessons please contact Ian Sands directly tutor@prodrumtuition.co.uk

Sports Break time and After school activities - September 2020

Following the latest government guidance published on the 04/11/2020 it comes with a heavy heart that we must stop the provision of all extra-curricular physical education clubs. This is a decision that we have tried very hard to avoid and we are deeply disappointed by the recent announcement.

During this time, the importance of physical activity must be put to the forefront of people’s minds considering the physical and emotional benefits that physical activity has. It is so important that all children and young people stay active for their physical and mental wellbeing. With this being said we are continuing our curriculum time provision in lessons and we aim to be up and running with our extra-curricular programme as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. In the meantime, I encourage you all to continue to be as active as possible whilst following government guidelines.