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Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School


Beyond the classroom, Our Lady Immaculate School fosters a vibrant environment where students can explore their interests and develop new skills. We offer a wide range of before and after-school clubs designed to provide a fun and relaxed space for children to mature, grow, and discover their passions.

Newspaper Club

The OLI news team will research and write some of the articles for one of our regular student-led newsletters throughout the year. They will find out about events going on in our school and interview those involved to research the stories.
Also, next academic year, our school will celebrate its 70th anniversary and throughout the year, we will be creating a souvenir magazine to mark this exciting occasion. The children will find out about how OLI has changed over the years and help to collate and write articles so that our school community and local community can read all about it. It will be shared at the end of the school year.
Come along and be part of this exciting project!
Mrs Owen

Homework Club - invitation only

Y5/6 Cricket Club

Join the cricket club to develop your fielding, batting, and bowling skills in a fun and engaging way. You will take part in a range of activities during each session, developing key aspects to help you in Dynamo Kwik cricket matches which we will play at the end of most sessions.

Running Club

Join Miss Mayle and Mr Keady for Running Club on a Wednesday morning at Alexandra Park. As well as taking part in some long runs around the park which will develop your stamina, you will also take part in some team-based activities focusing on speed and agility. It is a great energetic start to the day, with each member feeling a sense of pride and achievement all before 8.45 am!

This club will be open to children of all running abilities in years 4 to 6, whether they are new to distance running or regularly attend Parkruns. The aim of this is very much for the participating children to achieve personal bests and embrace the joy of running.

Instrumental Club

If your child loves to play a musical instrument, this club is the perfect solution. In each session, we produce beautiful, relaxing music. We use classic music as background together with a wide variety of instruments where the children have an opportunity to play on ukulele, drums, ocarina, recorders, maracas, claves, congos, triangles and much more. Playing a musical instrument improves memory and physical coordination. It also gives your child an outlet to express their creativity and emotions, boosts team skills and teaches perseverance. Making music is fun!

Board Games Club

At board games club you get to learn how to play new board games that you haven't tried before or play games that you may already know.  We play a variety of games from chess, and backgammon to dice games like Yahtzee and Shut the Box to card games like sevens and Dobble.  Board games club gives you the chance to relax and play a game after school, or hone your strategic thinking skills while playing games.  Come and join us for some games and fun.

Lego Club

Playing with LEGO® individually and in a small group can benefit children in so many incredible ways. LEGO® building can take time and can test children’s patience, especially when that one important LEGO® piece takes forever to find! In a world where children often want instant gratification, the building process can help children understand that in order to get good results, it can take time and hard work can pay off! Following instructions, planning what piece comes next, waiting for their turn and listening to others (when building in a group) all takes focus and can hugely help with children who sometimes need a little extra help with concentration. At Lego club children have the opportunity to work alongside children from other year groups. Throughout the term members of Lego club have the opportunity to follow premade LEGO® kits, free build and complete challenges such as building the tallest tower or using limited coloured bricks. I really look forward to seeing as many KS2 children as possible on a Tuesday evening. Mrs Pandole

Crochet Club

If you are looking for a fun and creative way to keep your child entertained, our unique CROCHET CLUB is the perfect solution. Crocheting involves using small and precise movements with the hands and fingers, which can help your child's fine motor skills, and allows children to express their creativity by choosing colours, patterns and designs for their projects. Students will learn how to make the basic chains and other easy stitches. It is a great craft that kids can enjoy. It also teaches them important skills like hand-eye coordination and patience. Children will build their concentration. These skills will come in handy throughout their life from school projects to their first job. 

Wellbeing Club

We will meet in the Wellbeing Suite and start each session by preparing and sharing a drink and snack (please let me know of any allergies or dietary restrictions). We will chat and have an opportunity to share anything about our week or just listen to others. Each session will then include a mindfulness activity, sharing new strategies for regulation and exploring the environment of the Wellbeing Suite to promote relaxation.

Debate Club

Mindfulness Colouring Club

Come and join us for the Mindfulness Colouring Club.  We start each session with a mindfulness relaxation activity and then strengthen our mindfulness skills by focusing on our colouring.  We are learning to focus on what we are doing in that moment and not think about anything that might have happened during the day.