Enrichment, including sports
Children can be involved in a range of activities, including taking on responsibilities and participating in the wider life of the school.
Community work both near and far
- Children in Need
- Sports and Comic Relief
- Tanzania Livingstone Trust
The School Council
In September, we hold elections in each class. We all vote for a boy and a girl to become our class representatives for the School Council. We then meet regularly with Mrs. Thompson to discuss issues which are important to our school.
Listening Friends are trained and meet regularly to talk to Mrs Edwards about how things are going. They work on a rota and take turns at playtime to help children deal with problems. If a child has a worry about something they can come to talk to a Listening Friend.
The Trafalgar Infant Green Environmental Rangers (TIGERs) are nominated by class teachers in September. Ms. Hutchins holds regular meetings to discuss ways to make our school more environmentally friendly. Please remember to turn the light off when you finished looking at our page!
Music Maestros are chosen for their love and enthusiasm for music. They help Mrs Burton with music assemblies, choir rehearsals and performances and promoting music across the school both during lesson time and playtime.
Digital Leaders are trained to help pupils across the school understand, enjoy and use technology safely. They help Mrs Burton deliver online-safety assemblies, support children to log on and off and trial new apps, software and games.
PE and Sports
At our school, children develop confidence and physical competence by taking part in a large number of varied activities. We build on children’s natural enthusiasm for moving and harness this energy into a range of sports.
Competitions and Festivals
Gifted and Talented challenges
The governors, through their charging policy, make sure that enrichment activities are available for all families.
Pupils have a wide range of extra-curricular activities for an infant school.