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CLUBS & EXTRA CURRICULAR JUNIOR & SENIOR, SPRING 2018

Talbot Heath Independent School for Girls aged 3-18


an holistic approach Extra-Curricular activities and clubs are a great way for your child to discover exciting new subjects throughout the school and possibly make some new friends along the way! We are proud of the broad range of opportunities that we offer at Talbot Heath to pupils of every age. Our extra-curricular provision enriches the lives of our pupils, providing scope for them to develop skills and passions beyond the classroom.

attending take priority over new attendees for continuity purposes. If your daughter is allocated a place in a club, please can you ensure that she attends as often as possible as many of our outside providers are running a club depending on numbers and have planned a series of consecutive activities.

We hope this clarifies the system and makes booking easier and more accessible for everyone. We look forward to receiving the club choices and seeing the girls enjoy the extra-curricular activities we have on offer.

How do I book? Junior Clubs lists are issued the prior term by email and are also on our website for you to peruse. An online form will be emailed out to all Junior School parents The booking system, once opened, will remain open for several days, this will allow time for planning and discussion. It will close as advertised in order that allocation can then be organised. Your allocation will be communicated to you via a paper notice sent home with your daughter before the end of term. In order to try and make the system fair, please can you order your daughter’s choices, i.e. put a number 1 by the first choice, then 2 for the second etc. Please choose as many options as you would like to.We aim to be able to give everyone at least one of their choices.

Senior Clubs printed lists are issued the prior term to pupils and are also on our website. Again there are a mixture of out of hours and lunchtime clubs. All are free (unless stated) and pupils can attend as and when they would like to. They are not required to sign up in advance, apart from the Leith’s Cookery Club. External Clubs we have a range of external clubs who hire our facilities, these clubs are open to our pupils. These should be booked and paid for with the organisers. See the list on the back page. Timetables for Junior and Senior can be found at the back of this booklet and on our website.

Please note: With the exceptions of Ballet and Tap, where a term’s notice is required, if your daughter wishes to continue Martial Arts, Aero Dance, West Hants Tennis, Badminton or Drama, then please re book a place. For these clubs, girls who are already

We hope your daughter makes the most of the variety of opportunities we offer.

#DoMoreOfWhatYouLove

www.talbotheath.org/school-life/extra-curricular


LET’S GO!


SPORT All our school run sports clubs are free!

Pre-Prep Gymnastics Club, Wednesdays 3.45-4.45. This club works to develop the girls basic gymnastic skills.We work on travelling, balance and body shapes using the floor and gym apparatus to help us explore ways to move and perform. Girls are taught in ability groups so they can safely develop their skills and progress at a suitable level.

Badminton - Friday 4-5pm, Paid. This club is for all abilities, run by Dorset Badminton Coach, Kirsty Wilcox. Please see the timetable for prices.

Tennis, Mondays, 8.00-8.45am, Paid. Run by specialist tennis coaches from the West Hants Club, this session covers all the basic skills to progress their game.

Junior School Netball - Monday 5 - 6pm. This club is for anyone interested in improving their netball skills through to wanting to represent the school teams. Girls are taught a variety of skills used within attacking and defensive play. These skills are then transferred to small sided, high 5 and 7 a side games depending on the age group. Fitness/Cross Country - Thursday 12.55 - 1.25pm. Y5&6 (incs Senior) This club is for anyone wanting to keep fit right through to competitive runners. Various runs are used to develop stamina, speed endurance, strength through some hill running and general pacing as well as some circuit training being covered. A range of opportunities are available to girls of any standard to compete in cross country races if they wish to. Lacrosse - Friday 12.55 - 1.25pm. Y5&6 (and Senior) This club teaches an introduction to lacrosse including basic skills and drills and the opportunity to put skills learnt into practice in games. The future aim is that girls will have the opportunity to play matches once the basics are in place.

Run for Rwanda, Y3-6, 4-5pm, 2nd half of Summer Term/1st Half of Autumn. The Run for Rwanda Running Club involves games and fun running drills to increase fitness in an enjoyable way. The club takes place after school on the field and is open to all levels of fitness. Our main aim is to encourage a love of running and motivation to keep going! Open to Year 3-6. Run by Mrs Brown and Mrs Leiper. Karate - Friday 4-5pm,Y3-6, Paid. Our Karate classes at Talbot Heath focus on developing Confidence and Self Discipline while being taught in a safe and friendly atmosphere. We cover a range of topics including, stranger awareness, boundary setting and our ABC's on conflict avoidance.

Tennis is offered in the Summer term.


Senior School Netball U4 - U5 Tuesday 1st lunch & Tuesday 4 - 5pm U3 & L4 Monday 1st lunch & Thursday 4 - 5pm Girls who have an interest in furthering their netball ability are welcome to attend netball club. We work on improving skills in both attacking and defending and specifically applying it to game situations. Age groups then work on specific tactics, centre pass systems, back line passes, shooting skills and movement within the circle for both attack and defense. All age groups offer A, B and some C teams (depending on numbers) and play at various levels from local league matches, area tournaments, county league and county tournament and Independent National Cup competitions.

Hockey U3 & L4 Tuesday 4 - 5pm U4 - U5 Thursday 4 - 5pm

Fitness/Cross Country - Thursday 12.55 - 1.25pm. (incs Y5&6) This club is for anyone wanting to keep fit right through to competitive runners. Various runs are used to develop stamina, speed endurance, strength through some hill running and general pacing as well as some circuit training being covered. A range of opportunities are available to girls of any standard to compete in cross country races if they wish to. Lacrosse - Friday 12.55 - 1.25pm. Senior (and Y5&6) This club teaches an introduction to lacrosse including basic skills and drills and the opportunity to put skills learnt into practice in games. The future aim is that girls will have the opportunity to play matches once the basics are in place. Badminton - Wednesday lunchtime. Run by Dorset Badminton Coach, Kirsty Wilcox but funded by Talbot Heath so free to pupils! Come along!

Athletics, Tennis, Rounders, Cricket, Football, Fitness, Trampolining, Table Tennis,Yoga, Kick Boxing and Cross Country are also on offer!

A club for all those wishing to develop their hockey skills and game play. The club welcomes pupils of all ability and provides opportunities to learn the tactics and rules of a game situation as well as individual stick skills. Many of the girls go on to represent the school in fixtures against other schools and we enter the County tournaments for most age groups. Indoor Rowing Monday and Thursday 2nd lunch This is club for students to develop their fitness and technique on the rowing machine. Students learn how to row safely and how the technology works to help them progress by using the correct power and stroke rate.You can row for fitness and fun but some like to progress if further and go to County and National competitions. It’s a great opportunity to try a new sport and some girls in the past have ended up rowing on the water!

Follow us on Twitter @THSch_Sport


MUSIC SPEECH & DRAMA Music Talbot Heath has a lively musical tradition throughout the school, the emphasis is on cultivating an enjoyment and appreciation of music. Our musicians are offered a wide range of opportunities to perform both informally and formally through our range of ensembles, concerts and events such as the T-Festival. Our yearly trip for Y5 to take part in the Young Voices Concert is a big event in the music calendar

Junior School Music Clubs. Choir (auditioned) Singing Club & Percussion Ensemble are offered at lunchtimes, details are issued to girls in class.

Senior School Music Clubs Orchestra Funky Orchestra Flute Ensemble Flute Choir Clarinet Choir Saxophone Choir Senior School Percussion Ensemble Beginner Music Theory String Quartet Senior Choir ‘Pallas’ Senior Strings Strings Wind Band Please see the timetables at the back of the booklet.


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Individual Music Lessons In addition to the academic music lessons the girls have on their timetables, the music department also offers individual music lessons, tutored by our peripatetic music teachers. This is for girls in year 2 and above.

Drama & Dance The drama department provides a number of extra curricular opportunities including Theatre visits, lunchtime Drama clubs and participation in whole school productions to develop their love of the subject and give the girls a variety cultural experiences. Kindergarten, Ballet and tap classes Wednesday afternoons and Friday lunchtimes in RAD Ballet from Kindergarten to Intermediate levels plus grade one ISTD tap in the Jubilee Hall. Please contact the jsoffice@talbotheath.org for further information. Pre-Prep Drama Club, Y1-2 ,Thursday 3.45-4.45pm We have fun turning our bodies and voices into different shapes, sounds and characters. We use our imaginations to see what these characters get up to in different situations. We try out props and costumes, music and instruments, stories and poems. Junior School Drama Club,Y3-6, 4-4.45pm, paid. Through role play, improvisation, debate and discussion pupils build self-confidence, imagination and communication skills. By working together and sharing ideas the children gain a deeper understanding of human interaction and creativity in a fun and friendly environment.

To book individual lessons, please email Mrs Fuller in the finance department dfuller@talbotheath.org Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Piano, Organ, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone, Recorder, Horn,Trumpet,Trombone, Singing, Guitar Percussion (Orchestral and Drum kit)

Junior School, AeroDance with Leila Stevens Thursdays, Paid. Reception - Y2, 3.40-4.10 / Y3-6, 4.15-5 Senior School Drama Club, free. KS3 Drama Club, Tuesday Week 2: 1.25-1.55pm. This club allows the girls to explore dramatic techniques and build confidence in the subject. Activities range from group warm up games, improvisation work and scripted performances. Senior School Scriptwriting Club, free. Tuesday Week 1: 1.25-1.55pm. For budding playwrights, this Club enables students to learn about structuring scripts, choosing appropriate material and developing plots. Girls have the opportunity to produce their own scripts and have them read by a group of performers. Speech and Drama Training, paid. These lessons provide a platform for creative, intellectual and social development. Through improvisation, scripts, poetry and prose, students develop a range of skills for performance and communication. An annual showcase to parents and working towards LAMDA examinations adds impetus to the work in progress. These take place throughout the school week. Follow us on Twitter @THSch_Music @THSch_Drama


creative Pre-Prep and Junior School

Senior School

Mrs Pidgley’s Art Club Reception to Y2 pupils in the Spring Term, Tuesdays 3.45-4.45pm, paid. This club is to learn about the work of Wassily Kandinsky and create a circles painting, using the colours the children/ artists have mixed themselves! Learn to mix shades, tints and colours accurately.

Craft club, Wednesday 3.50-5.30pm, paid, £36. Commencing 24th January for years 7,8 and 9. Come and have lots of fun whilst learning many new crafting skills at a weekly after school craft club run by Miss Teuber. Each week you will learn a new craft whilst making a beautiful item to impress your friends and family. Some of the crafts include glass painted lanterns, pom pom garlands, hand stitched brooches, paper mâché piggy banks, beaded jewellery and origami gift boxes. Look out for more details about this awesome club later in the year. Email hteuber@talbotheath.org.

Construction Club Reception to Y2 pupils,Wednesday, 3.45-4.45pm in the Spring Term 2017, paid.

Puppetry Masterclass Once a term we run Puppetry Masterclass, this is generally on a Saturday 10am-4pm and costs £30 per person to cover materials and professional modelmakers tuition. Notice of this club will come from Miss Coates. Spaces will be limited!

This is a child friendly introduction to very basic engineering concepts. The children will be learning different building techniques using a variety of construction kits and recycled materials. This club will improve their spacial awareness whilst also testing their imaginations as they come up with their own designs for their models. They will learn to evaluate their constructions in a fun way. Animation Club Y3 - 6, Wednesday, 4-5pm, paid Think you could create the next Wallace and Gromit? Then this could be the club for you! Animation club is all about using not only our creative and artistic ability but also our technological know-how! We'll use our I-pads to create short stop-motion animations, making all our set and characters from a range of materials and then edit to ensure there are plenty of hilarious sound effects!.

Story Exchange Club Exclusive to Y7, Thurs break time in the Library. Please see Mrs Harty for more details. Literature Book group. Fridays 1.00 pm. This group is open to keen readers from Y7+, but spaces are limited. We read exciting, new fiction together, discuss what we enjoy and take part in national competitions and initiatives.This is a great place to get recommendations and to meet others with similar interests. This group is run by Mrs Harty and Mrs Wakeling.


Pupils from Classics, Drama and Music all took part in our Classical Ode to Autumn

LANGUAGES Senior School French - Spelling Bee Spelling Bee is a club for U3 students to practise and improve their vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation and memory skills in French through games and competitions. Many sessions across the week, see the timetable, Merci! Classics Club, Wednesdays 1.25pm A club for U3-U4 students to learn more about the Classical world through creative tasks such as researching and making their own mosaics and models. Greek Club, Mondays 1.25pm U3+ for all students interested in learning Ancient Greek. Students will have the opportunity to continue their study of the language to GCSE.

Our Linguists’ Dinner is a popular event hosted by our MFL (Modern Foreign Languages Dept) each year.

Follow us on Twitter @THSch_MFL @THSch_Classics


STEM Pre-Prep and Junior Computer Club Y1 and 2, Tuesday 3.30-4.30pm, paid. In our computer club we receive a Computer badge to wear on our blazers to show we have learnt extra skills to our peers. Run by digi whizz Mrs Verstage. Typical activities include:• Designing a Lego avatar, (one day we hope to print them out on a 3D printer!) • Learning to Code with block coding (Space Cadets) • Controlling our two Spheros with an iPad • Producing a puppet show with Puppet Pals • Virtual Reality Expeditions • Producing collage pictures on the computer • Touch typing • Setting challenges for our BeeBots and designing Mats

Key Stage One Science Club. Summer Term, Tuesdays after school (TBC) If you like having fun, making a mess and learning about Science then this is the club for you. We make chocolate gloop, coloured rainbow pots and enormous bubbles. In the past we have uncovered dinosaur eggs and made our own squirting whales. We also learn about the water cycle, friction, sound and worms!

STEAM Club Y5 and 6, Wednesday, 4-5pm, paid.

We are delighted to provide a STEAM Club (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) for our pupils in the Junior School. Its main purpose is to encourage and develop key skills in problem-solving, communication and creativity. The club aims to work towards ‘The Primary Engineer Leaders Award’ which we hope will inspire the girls now and in the future! Mrs Breeze and Mrs Davies for double the fun!


Senior School STEM, Thursdays, 4-5pm Our highly popular STEM club run by Mrs Luke in the Science Block, this is open to pupils of all year groups to take part in STEM projects, entering competitions such as the Soroptomist STEM award and the Jaguar / Landrover car building scheme. Pupils complete CREST/STEM awards as part of their programme and have won many awards.

Computing Club, Thursdays at 1:25pm in the Computer Room for U3-U4 girls interested in Computing activities such as building robots, coding projects, and puzzle solving. This term we are building a Lego Mindstorm Robot which we can then program to carry out tasks. Digital Geniuses Although not technically a ‘club’ our Digital Genius Scheme could be classed as extra curricular. Our Genius Bar is similar to the helpdesks found in Apple stores. This is a designated area in the Senior school where both pupils and staff will be able to receive help and training on a range of topics, related to both iPad and apps. Our specially selected Digital Geniuses will be staffing the bar and will be trained on using a plethora of essential educational apps. The can be recognised by their distinctive badges. The Digital Geniuses are also available within lessons to assist other pupils and staff and receive special training, equipment and educational visits to help them to fulfil their role. Left: Mrs Luke sets sail in a boat designed and built by pupils, made entirely of plastic bottles!


RelaxAtion & fun Junior School Film Club Y3 - 6, Wednesday, 4-5pm, paid Film Club is where we come together to share our love of all things cinematic! We will explore children's films from around the world, watching live action and animated films.We will discuss what we think of these films, whether we would recommend them to others and we will then write reviews to share our opinions with the wider school community. If you feel like venturing into a world of furry Japanese cat spirits, Irish seals who turn into little girls and Little Princes from France then this might be the club for you. Mindfulness. Thursday,Y3-6, 4-4.45pm This is a new addition to our club provision. Sessions involve learning how to control breathing and thoughts in order to be able to react positively in a variety of situations. Classes involve movement, drama, craft and the basics of relaxation. Participants will learn how to handle stress in a positive controlled way, thus increasing their self confidence in daily life.

Pilates Friday,Y3-6, paid. Pilates is a system of exercise that through control of the breath and movement of the body helps build core strength and flexibility. It tones core muscles to aid balance and posture. The exercises can reduce any joint strain and encourage correct alignment of the body. This class is open all term to Pupils in Y3-6.

Senior School Forest School Lunch Club Thursday lunch times from 1.20-2.00pm. Each year group will be invited to sign up for half a term (consisting of 5 or 6 sessions) on a rotational basis. Run by Claudia Bailey from Wild Wood Forest School and Miss Baylis (Learning Support) these fun and relaxed lunchtime sessions give girls a taste of what Forest School has to offer: whittling; sawing; drilling; fire lighting and cooking food over the campfire. Girls must come in their games kit (tracksuit, trainers and hoodie) and a signed parental permission slip is required before attending. Places are limited, so will be allocated in a first come first served basis. Spring 2018 (U4 followed by L4 after half term). Summer 2018 (U3 followed by L5 after half term).


PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT

Duke of Edinburgh Awards

National Citizenship Scheme (NCS)

The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is very popular at Talbot Heath. Girls can undertake their Bronze level awards in the Upper 4 year, Silver level awards from Lower 5 year and Gold level awards can be started from their 16th birthday. All of the award levels include activity sections under the categories of Skills, Physical Activity and Volunteering and at Gold level there is an additional Residential section. We offer walking expeditions through school, in beautiful countryside such as the Purbecks, New Forest, Dartmoor and Brecon Beacons and also offer the opportunity of overseas Expeditions to France or Spain at Gold level.

NCS is a government funded national youth engagement programme that offers 15-17 year olds the chance to build valuable skills for university, work and life, whilst taking on exciting challenges, building new friendships and making positive contributions to their community. This is introduced to both the U5 and L6 over an academic year,during an Assembly, delivered by the local provider BCHA. Courses take place in July and August and again during October half term, and many TH girls have now graduated from this scheme. Due to their success we have been awarded an NCS champion school 2016/2017 trophy.

For more information, please contact Ms Harrison charrison@talbotheath.org

For more information, please contact Miss Collins, jcollins@talbotheath.org


Honour before Honours Award Honour before Honours is a student leadership award to encourage independence, creative thinking and interdisciplinary learning.

GirlUp Club Thursday Lunchtime, Room 20, Mrs Holloway

What does it involve? Each level has 12 criteria to be achieved, 2 of which you have to design yourself. Tasks include organising a charity event, being involved in a school club, collecting outstanding work. You are responsible for collating evidence, collecting verification and deciding when you are going to do each activity. How long will it take to achieve? It depends on you, but months rather than weeks! You can achieve bronze, silver and gold levels. For more information, please contact Mrs Atkins eatkins@talbotheath.org

TH's 'GirlUp' Club is part of the United Nations' 'GirlUp' Foundation which encourages girls to campaign for the rights of girls and women around the globe. Open to all year groups, it will involve advocacy skills, fundraising, campaigning and awareness raising. We are establishing this to commemorate the centenary of votes for women in Great Britain.


UPCOMING EVENTS

A Festival of Literature and Illustration

Spellbound Festival of Literature and Illustration, 16/17th March Frankenstein Computer Animation and Film Project for inaugural Shelley Festival, Nov 2018 All pupils who wish to get involved with these events may do so.

for Children and Young Adults Fri 16th March - TH Exclusive Event Sat 17th March, 10.30am - 4pm Public Event. All welcome!

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MONDAY

CLUB

VENUE

STAFF

8.50am

Funky Orchestra

Mary Norton Hall

Miss Williams

12.55pm

Science Clinic (Drop In)

Science

Mr Gibson

12.55pm

All Years Netball

Sports

Mrs Burgan

12.55pm

U4-U5 Trampolining

Sports

Miss Marks

1.25pm

L5 Maths Clinic

Room 10

Mrs Maynard

1.25pm

Science Clinic (Drop In)

Science

Mr Gibson

1.25pm

U3 – U4 Rowing

Sports

Miss Marks Miss Williams

1.25pm

G3 Theory

Music 5

1.25pm

G5 Theory

Music 5

Mr Hill

4pm-4.30pm

Young Enterprise

Room 24

Mrs Horgan

4pm

Orchestra

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Hill/ Miss Williams

4pm – 5pm

Open Art Studio

Art

Miss Coates

4pm – 5pm

Greek Club

Room 11

Mrs Larman

4pm-5pm

Prep

Library

Mrs Harty

TUESDAY

CLUB

VENUE

STAFF

8.50am

Flute Ensemble

Music 5

Mrs Robinson

8.50am

Senior Percussion Ensemble

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Waller

10.55am Break

Library Volunteers Club

Library

Mrs Harty

12.55pm

Science Clinic (Drop In)

Science

Mr Gibson

12.55pm

Netball Clinic – Teams

Sports

Miss Newcombe

12.55pm

Fitness Club

Sports

Sports team

12.55pm

L4 Maths Clinic

Room 7

Miss Dyson

1.25pm

Week 2 - Drama Club

Drama Studio

Mrs McDonald

1.25pm, (1st Tues of the month)

Informal Concert

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Hill/ Miss Williams

1.25pm

Junior School Percussion Ensemble

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Waller

1.25pm

Creative Geography Club

Room 3

Geography Staff

1.25pm

Week 1 - Script Writing

Drama Studio

Miss Peace Mrs Burgan/Mrs McGregor

4.00pm

U12 & U13 Netball

Sports

4.00pm

Hockey ½ term, Football after, U4 – Upwards

Sports

Sports

4pm – 5pm

Open Studio

Art

Miss Coates

4pm-5pm

Prep

Library

Mrs Harty

WEDNESDAY

CLUB

VENUE

STAFF

8.45am

French Spelling Bee

MFL Tower

Madam Gaillard

8.50am

DofE Award

Science Centre

Miss Harrison

8.50am

Beginner Music Theory

Music

Miss Williams

1.30pm

French Club

Room 13

Mrs Smart

1.30pm

Junior Music Ensemble

Music

Mrs Gallagher/Mr Hill

1.30pm

String Quartet

Music

Mrs Keats Ms Symons

1.30pm

Classics Club

Room 17

3.50pm - 5.30pm

Craft Club, £36, Y7/8/9

Textiles Studio

Miss Teuber

4pm

Senior Choir

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Hill/Miss Williams

4pm

Years 3 -6 Football

Sports

Mrs Camp/Mrs Newcombe

4pm

Silver DofE Training

Science Centre

Miss Harrison

4pm – 5pm

Open Studio, U3 – U6

Art

Miss Coates

4pm-5pm

Prep

Library

Mrs Harty

THURSDAY

CLUB

VENUE

STAFF

8.50am

Chamber Choir

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Hill

Break

Story Exchange

Library

Mrs Harty

12.55pm

Year 5 & 6 Netball

Sports

Sports team

12.55pm

U4 Maths Clinic

Room 7

Miss Dyson

12.55pm

Fitness Club

Sports

Mrs Newcombe Miss Marks

1.25pm

Senior Rowing U3-U4

Sports

1.25pm

Computer Club Wk 2

Computer Rm

Mrs Eels

1.30pm

Christine Union

Room 2

Mrs Atkins, Mrs Moran, Mrs Smart

1.30pm

Girl Up Club

Room 20

Mrs Holloway

1.30pm

Economics

Room 24

Mrs Horgan Madame Klemz

1.30pm

French Spelling Bee U3

Room 14

1.30pm

6thForm Psychology Soc.

Room 16

Dr Jolly

1.35pm

French Spelling Bee

MFL Tower

Madam Gaillard

4.00pm

Hockey ½ term, Football after, U3 - U4

Sports

Sports team

U4 upwards, Netball

Sports

Sports team

4pm – 5pm

Open Studio, U3-U6

Art

Miss Coates

4pm

STEM

Science

Mrs Luke

4pm-5pm

Prep

Library

Mrs Harty

FRIDAY

CLUB

VENUE

STAFF

8.50am

‘Pallas’ Senior Strings

Music

Mrs Gallagher

12.55pm

French Play Rehearsal

Rm15/Hall

Ms Guegan/Ms Larman

12.55pm

Junior School Choir

Mary Norton Hall

Mr Hill/Miss Williams

12.55pm

Lacrosse - Indoor

Sports

Mrs Newcombe

12.55pm

GCSE PE Clinic

Sports

Mrs Camp

1.25pm

Junior Medsoc

S7

Ms Gillingham/6th Form

1.25pm

Dynamic Waver in History/ Projects/Wall DisplayRoom 21

1.25pm

Debating Society U3–U6

Room 6

1.30pm

Book Group – (Closed Group Full)

Library

Mrs Wakeling and Mrs Harty

4pm-5pm

Prep

Library

Mrs Harty

Mrs Magrath

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Senior Timetable, no pre booking required, just turn up and enjoy!


EXTERNAL ACTIVITIES Poole Netball

TKGymnastics are proud to offer Children's Gymnastics classes at Talbot Heath. Classes are for girls and boys from preschool (with parent) to 16. From 10th January 2018 our classes will move from the Old Gymnasium to the larger Sports Hall. A British Gymnastics registered club with coaching by former USSR national gymnasts. Our 2018 classes will offer : Wednesday 5.15pm for 5 to 6 years old 6.15pm for 7 to 9 7.15pm for 10 plus Friday 5.15 for 5 to 6 6.15 for 7 to 9 7.15 for 10 plus Saturday 9.30am Preschool (with parent) 10.30 for 5 to 6 years 11.30 for 7 to 9 years 1.00pm for 5 to 6 years Contact Tanya or Katia 07903 519990 tkgymnastics1@gmail.com

The UK’S No.1 for childcare during the holidays Multi activity courses held at Talbot Heath every holiday, ages 4 - 18. Ofsted registered, visit supercamps.co.uk

Poole Netball Club, accredited with Silver CAPS clubmark status was established in 1998 and is represented in local junior and senior leagues, as well as the Netball South West Regional League and for our elite teams, the England National Championships. Our Juniors are the most successful in the County, with countless League wins, the only Club to have 3 teams represented in the Junior Regional League and last season our U14’s took the bronze medal to finish 3rd in England. In addition to this Poole NC have developed and progressed individual players through the England Pathway. Our Home Venue, Talbot Heath is host to our Home fixtures and our weekly training sessions, which start at U9’s through to Senior level. Poole NC welcomes all players, but please be sure to call in advance to check the availability in the relevant age section. Training sessions are run on a Monday or Thursday depending on school year. For more information please call Hayley Peyman 07789 001026.

JSC (Junior Sports Coaching) JSC offer high quality Football Coaching for children aged 5-12. The sessions incorporate all the skills needed to develop and progress on your chosen football pathway. Teams who represent JSC GPS also train on a Tuesdays to help develop their match play skills. Every Tuesday, Talbot Heath Sports Hall 6-7pm. First session is complimentary. (01202) 387235 / 07590 574365 ackie@juniorsportscoaching.co.uk www.juniorsportscoaching.co.uk All companies hiring our facilities have been DBS checked and approved. For all enquiries and booking, please contact external companies directly.

Talbot Heath School | Rothesay Rd | Talbot Woods | Bournemouth | Dorset | www.talbotheath.org | Search @TalbotHeathSch | 01202 761881

TH clubs & extra curricular brochure spring 2018 rev  

Extra-Curricular activities and clubs are a great way for your child to discover exciting new subjects throughout the school and possibly ma...

TH clubs & extra curricular brochure spring 2018 rev  

Extra-Curricular activities and clubs are a great way for your child to discover exciting new subjects throughout the school and possibly ma...

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