School Clubs & Local Events
We run a wide range of clubs and activities to engage pupils, match their interests and extend their skills, encouraging positive social interaction.
Click the image below to see the clubs running this term or speak to Mrs Wilson for more information.
Some pupil feedback about our clubs:
"I like Football Club as it is really fun and it is epic".
"I like Film Club because it helps you to relax".
Clubs at Kingswode Hoe
Photos taken during some of our current clubs and lunchtime activities.
During the Summer, Winter and Spring school breaks CHUMS (Children's Holidays at the University of Essex Multi-activity Sports) offers an action-packed holiday activity camp for children, aged from eight to fourteen.
Active youngsters can enjoy an exciting array of sports every day, including badminton, basketball, dodgeball, football, discgolf, korfball, kwik cricket, stoolball, tennis, uni-hoc and much, much more. With ample indoor facilities and safe outdoor space, the children will have fun, whatever the weather.
All activities are carried out under close supervision with qualified first-aid staff within the Sports Centre.
Crafty Drama is a group that helps build confidence and life skills through drama, dance and singing. The group enhances lives of people who have a disability through the use of drama, dance and music.
Local Clubs, Events & Activities
We are sometimes given information about local clubs and activities that may be of interest. We encourage parents and pupils to investigate further and participate in suitable extra-curricular clubs in the community where appropriate.
However, we cannot be responsible for the content of external links or nature of activities run by external providers.
Autism friendly cinema screenings available during winter, please click the link below.
Low Noise Fireworks Display
Community Inclusive Club
Colchester D4S Soccability
The Performing Arts Children's Charity
Please see the information below for details of how to join.
Please note, we cannot be responsible for the content of external links or the nature of activities run by external providers.