Drama Club
Drama Club runs in 6 week blocks on a Wednesday night. It helps pupils to build confidence and work as part of a team. It gives pupils the chance to meet children from different schools, take part in new experiences and above all .........have fun!
In Drama we have covered, designing and making scenery, making props, creating scripts, performing plays, miming, making puppets and performing using our own scripts.
We have had a professional singing teacher in to help us and a professional puppeteer.
At present we are making our own music videos (check them out at the bottom of the page).
Gaynor - Club Co-ordinator
Let's Get Cooking
LGC, our wonderful cookery club runs on Tuesdays 3.-4.30pm for students in Key stage 3 & 4 (Key stage 2 children may be able to stay with a responsible additional adult).  We have been fortunate enough to be accepted onto the Tesco Eat Happy Project and have made full use of their excellent autumn recipe book  making delicious meals and snacks.  Under close supervision the students learn a safe way to use equipment and learn vital life skills. Besides the delicious smells coming from the room there is always plenty of banter and laughter - just how cooking should be.
Gail -  Club Co-ordinator. 
Our Latest Work
Our latest work comes from drama club...
In Drama Club this term we are looking to use music to show emotion. We first explored using different instruments. Working in two groups we made up a piece of music called 'Emotions' then played it to each other. Each group had to listen carefully to see if they could hear any sounds that they could put an emotion to. Gaynor
Multi-Sports Club
Greenbank Sports Academy coaches will be joining us at school on a Tuesday night to run a multi-sports club. The club will run on a Tuesday night from the 3rd November until summer. 
All of our secondary aged pupils are invited to attend and have a go at a wide range of sports including wheelchair football, basketball, hockey and many more. The club will also be using these sporting activities to help our pupils who are wheelchair users to develop their manual and electric chair skills, so why not sign up and join in the fun!
Miss Shelley - Subject Lead for PE
Guitar Club
Guitar club runs at lunch time once a week. Pupils can have a great time singing and strumming to some of their favourite songs. Pupils have the option to bring their own guitar or we have a number available to borrow from school, pupils can also join and play the autoharp! Beginners to experts all welcome!
Mrs Austin - Headteacher and music lover
Signing up...
Clubs are usually run in blocks of 6 weeks (although they can sometimes be longer or shorter). To sign your pupil up for a club look out for the permission forms at the start of each half term!