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Creswick Lane, Grenoside, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S35 8NN

01142 468020

St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

Love one another as I have loved you

Extra Curricular



After School Activities – Summer Term 2 2018



Invited children free of charge

All Clubs will run from week commencing Monday 4th June and continue for 7 weeks until week ending 20th July 2018. 

All clubs run from 3.20 – 4.20pm 





 Invited children will receive a letter home





F2 Club (Mrs North)






Invited children will receive a letter home


Homework Club


Mrs Curry



All Clubs will run from 4th June and continue for 7 weeks until week ending 20th July 2018






Sports - Cheerleading Club


Miss Royles (Sports Apprentice)

Y3 - Y6


14 places Available




Film Club (Miss Bridges)


F2, Y1 and Y2

14 Places Available




NEW Sheffield United Football Club


( A seperate letter will be sent to relevant classes)








Sports - Cheerleading Club 

(Miss Royles, Sports Apprentice)

Creative Art & Design Club (Mrs Reaney)


F2, Y1 and Y2

12 Places



Y3 to Y6

6 Places





St Thomas More School loves providing opportunities for our children to learn in a variety of ways.


Keep a look out on this page and the whole school newsletter to see what activities are happening each half term.


We offer a range of after school clubs, which change each half term. Some of the exciting things we have done are Art Club, Science Club, Film Club, ICT Club, Spanish Club, Drama Club, Dance Classes, Football… and lots more.


We offer a range of exciting trips, clubs and visitors; some through class activities, or some after school clubs.


Parish Links are extremely important, and we have very good links within the Parish Community. We really value the support and guidance of the Parish Priest, Father Martin Trask. Both attend school weekly to join in with classes, and support learning. Father Martin  also encourages visits to church to support the learning of RE, or to deepen faith and understanding. For example, Year 6 go on a retreat to church two times a year to reflect on the journey they have had at school and prepare them for their next steps to Secondary school. Key Stage One visited church to develop their understanding of Baptism.


Every year, a residential is offered to our Year Six pupils.  The children get to experience life away from home when they stay in Whitby. The children experience a number of extra curricular activities, covering a wide range of subjects.