SUNNYMEDE

JUNIOR SCHOOL

 


We are proud of the extensive range of clubs we offer at Sunnymede Junior School.

 


 

Before School

7:45-8:45 am

Lunchtime

12:05-12:35

After School

3:15-4:15​

Evening

Monday

Breakfast club

Computing / Coding (Y5/6)

    

Dance/Cheerleading (Y3-6)​


Dodgeball (Y3-6)​

Forest Schools (Y3-6)​

Tuesday

Breakfast club

     

         Tag rugby​

Homework (Y3-6)


French (Y5-6)​

Sewing (Y3-6)


Y5/6 Football – invite only

       

      Girls Football (Y4-6)​


Y3 Multiskills – invite only


Wednesday

Breakfast club

Recorders (Y3-6)


Culture Club (Mrs Branch invite only)​





Thursday

Breakfast club


   Basketball (Y3-6)

Y3/4  Football - invite only


Y3-6 Football open invite​


Choir (Y3-6​)

Friday

Breakfast club


Netball Club (Y5-6) invite only



Flag Wavers 

(contact Mr Ramshaw)





SUMMER TERM 2022 - CLUB INFORMATION LETTER


Dodgeball letter - summer 2022​

Tag Rugby letter - Summer 2022


Forest Schools letter - Summer 1st half term


Thursday Open Football letter - Summer 2022


Basketball letter​












SPRING TERM 2022 CLUB   UPDATE LETTER




Main Club Overview Letter



Dodgeball Club Letter


Basketball Club Letter


Open Football Club Letter


Forest Schools  Club Letter​






Main Club Information Letter September 2021 


Club Reply Slip ​


Dance / Cheerleading Club Information 


Basketball Information Letter




Breakfast Club

 

This club takes place every morning from 7:30 - 8:45 AM in the Junior School hall. Dairy cost is £4 per child and places must be booked in advance via the school office.

Breakfast Club Information



SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CLUB



I have really enjoyed science club- thank you so much to all those children who have attended.

We carried out a wide range of different activities including: using lemons as batteries to power LEDs; the classic mentoes in cola 'explosions' (although we did test other fizzy drinks too); making red cabbage water as a universal indicator to test the pH of different liquids and using 'stomp' rockets. Here are a few photos of some of our activities which you may like to try at home in the next few weeks.


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  Skittle rainbows compared with mini-smarties (although I'm sure the children would prefer to eat them!)​


        

   

  Finding different ways to take our fingerprints 


   


 Floating a paper clip in a glass of water                              Making 'rockets' with ballons


  


CODING CLUB

Spring 2020


We have some exciting news! We have entered a competition to brighten up the daily routine of the astronauts on the International Space Station by showing them a message and the ambient air temperature on board using the Astro Pi computer’s Sense HAT.  We decided to cheer them up with a joke - How do you get a baby astronaut to sleep? You rock it!  This was our final program:


  


We used the online Sense HAT emulator to create a program, which will run in space on the International Space Station (ISS).  We will also receive a special certificate showing where exactly the ISS was when our program ran!

Over the weeks, we used our designs of 8X8 pictures to create different images for the Astro Pi's LED matrix. What do you think of our designs?


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