Clubs & Sports
Sports and physical activity are a key part of the week at Calstock school. We value the strength, confidence and independence that sports, games, and active play bring to our children. PE is a valued part of the curriculum.
Our afterschool clubs (netball, football, athletics, cross country) are well attended, and for some the annual sports day is the highlight of the year! For a small school we (metaphorically) punch above our weight! Our cricket team won the county championship in 2016, and attended the regional finals in Bristol. Our athletics team came second in the area sports league, seeing off competition from schools three times our size.
But we also value the gentler arts, and encourage children to take a rounded perspective on physical activity: Over the past year we have offered practice in yoga to keystage 1 children, and keystage 2 children will begin in the new year. We have also begun an orienteering club – giving children the skills to explore the fantastic wild spaces on our doorstep.
Kwik Cricket Cornish Champions
Running for Cancer Research
Calstock Football Team
High Fives Netball
For Key Stage 2 pupils after school in the Autumn and Spring Term. This club, which is well attended, is run by Mrs Liddicott, our sports coach
For all children at lunch times and after school in the Autumn and Spring Term. This club is run by Mrs Liddicott, our sports coach. The football team itself take part in area competitions.
This club is run after school in the Spring Term by our sports coach, Mrs Liddicott.
For all children after school in the Summer Term. This club is run by Mrs Liddicott, our sports coach.
For all children after school in the Summer Term. This club is run by Mrs Liddicott.
For year 1 to year 6 children at lunch times in the Summer Term. This club is run by Mrs Liddicott, our sports coach.
Other clubs and activities
Each day our Playground Leaders – the older children from Class 3 – volunteer to run clubs and activities for Foundation and Key Stage 1 children at lunch time. These include multi-skills and circle games.
Harmonica Club is run for all of the children who wish to attend by Mr Pengelly on a Wednesday lunchtime. The children also get the chance to perform at school events throughtout the year.
This club is run by Miss Downing with the help of Jenny Yoshihara-Coles and is for KS2 children. The club runs on a Tuesday after school.
Chess Club takes place on a Thursday after school and is run by Mr Jenkins and Mr Hendin. The club is open to all ages.
Drama Club takes place on Thursday after school and is run by our student teacher Miss Dingle. This club is for children in KS2.
Parents and the wider community are the key to our success. In recent years parents have helped organise clubs and other activities in basketball, yoga, athletics and many others. If you have a passion for sport you'd like to share or would like to help with our after school clubs please contact Tina Liddicott.