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Rainsbow Fri 09-Jun-17 14:26:42

I'm starting at a new prep school (leaving one for another so totally aware of what I've let myself in for). I need to choose what club to run. This is a compulsory part of the job spec for all prep teachers here. Any ideas? Non sport related!!

Minispringroll Fri 09-Jun-17 14:55:33

Lego? grin

Doesn't it depend a little on what you are interested in? What have you run so far?

Over the years, I've done:
Lego, Netball, Football, Hockey, Rounders, Rugby, Lifesaving (and lunchtime pool duty...lovely). I do, however, enjoy them. grin
My husband has done Gardening and Stop Motion Animation/Computers.

ASDismynormality Fri 09-Jun-17 14:58:04

Mindfulness - colouring in.

Rainsbow Fri 09-Jun-17 15:05:18

Yes to the colouring!!

drspouse Fri 09-Jun-17 15:26:28

Knitting? A language? Homework club if that's allowed?

Or Beavers/Cubs/Scouts (assuming boys/mixed school)?

Tattsyrup Fri 09-Jun-17 19:54:10

I do the Lower Prep drama club.
I love the Lego club suggestion, and Mindfulness club!

Bigbiscuits Sat 10-Jun-17 12:25:39

For the year 3 and 4, we are offered sketching / graphics (graffiti writing) / board games / thinking skills / drama / forest school

Best to do it in something you are intetested in

butterfly990 Sat 10-Jun-17 12:51:52

My little boy did a space club and they were forever making models of planets and rockets.

Another one was movies confused where they watched age appropriate films and took it in turns to bring popcorn.

LindyHemming Sat 10-Jun-17 12:52:34

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Badbadbunny Sat 10-Jun-17 15:34:14

Chess, war games, lego robotics, baking, debating, orienteering, sci-fi,?

samlovesdilys Sat 10-Jun-17 19:04:38

I run Harry Potter club!! Made bowtruckles last week...

Rosieposy4 Sat 10-Jun-17 22:03:13

Debating?
Easy motions for littlies
school uniform should be abolished
Homework ditto
Lying to children is wrong ( think santa, easter bunny)
Etcetc

SquidgeyMidgey Wed 14-Jun-17 19:19:53

Imagineering? They have kits all ready to go.

PandaG Wed 14-Jun-17 19:27:12

I ran a cross stitch club. I enjoy stitching myself, and it was a doddle to run, and needed very little set up.

veneeroftheweek Thu 15-Jun-17 18:39:06

Origami?

HamletsSister Thu 15-Jun-17 18:46:24

Board games and card games? You could try some old ones and teach them to play various card games.

BonnieBeaumont Sat 17-Jun-17 16:55:38

Film?

user1471542821 Sat 17-Jun-17 17:00:22

Model UN if they're a bit older - basically geopolitical debating

Bigbiscuits Tue 20-Jun-17 15:25:46

Handwriting intervention - may not be the most popular topic for a club, but some children may benefit from some additional help

ThreeForAPound Tue 20-Jun-17 15:28:05

Yoga (easy to learn the basics and lovely with little ones)

Gardening (lots of simple, satisfying projects you can do with pots and small children)

Spelling Bee?

Board games

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