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Cotham Gardens Primary School

A Co-operative Academy

Sports

Please contact the school office if you are interested in your child attending any of the below clubs.

Monday

Street Dance - Years 4 - 6 (3:30-4:45pm)

Rachel Jacobson from ‘Funk it Up’ leads this club with a contemporary edge.  Children learn routines and choreograph their own dances in this high energy and fast-paced club. There will be a maximum of 30 children. 

Girls Football Year 5 & 6 (3.30-4.45pm)

The children are coached at school in the playground at Cotham Grove by SHINE coach.

Boys Football Year 5 & 6 (3.30-4.45pm)

The children are coached at Cotham Secondary school by SHINE coach.

Tuesday

Netball Club - Years 5 & 6 (3:30-4:45pm)

The children are coached at school in the playground at Cotham Grove by Lottie Weeks from SHINE. There will be a maximum of 18 children. 

Multi sports club – Years 2 & 3 (3:30-4:40pm)

This is an opportunity for the younger children to try out a variety of different sports while developing core skills.  This will be run by Simon, our local tennis coach, at Cotham Park Tennis Club. There will be a maximum of 16 children. 

This club finishes at 4.40pm – Children should be collected from Cotham Park Tennis Club.

Wednesday

Multi sports club – Year 1 (3:15-4:20pm)

This is an opportunity for the younger children to try out a variety of different sports while developing core skills.  This will be run by Simon, our local tennis coach, at Cotham Park Tennis Club. There will be a maximum of 16 children. 

This club finishes at 4.20pm – Children should be collected from Cotham Park Tennis Club

Lower KS2 Football Club – Years 3 & 4 (3:30-4:45pm)

The children are coached at school in the playground at Cotham Grove  They work with SHINE to perfect their close control and technique. 

Thursday

KS2 Fencing - Years 3 - 6 (3:30-4:45pm)

This is a unique opportunity for the children to try out fencing.  Fencing promotes individual initiative and discipline as well as respect, sportsmanship, and a well-rounded form of mental and physical exercise essential for total health and wellness, all of which can help children succeed outside of the sport.  The club is run by fencing specialist John Rohde. There will be a maximum of 25 children. 

Friday