Stone Church pf England Combined School

'Love one another as I have loved you' (John 13:34-35) Helping each other to reach for the stars

Extra Curricular

At Stone Church of England Combined School, we aspire for all children to reach for their star and experience a range of amazing activities and experiences whilst at our school to motivate and inspire them for their future. 

In addition to our broad and balanced curriculum, we believe that offering a range of enrichment activities is crucial in shaping well-rounded individuals. Therefore, we have specifically designed enrichment sessions to provide all children at Stone the opportunity to explore various activities and develop their talents and interests.

These enrichment sessions take place every Friday afternoon and the activities on offer change every half term. 

Our enrichment sessions offer a range of activities for children to choose from, in multi-age groups. This allows children to collaborate with peers of different ages and develop valuable social skills while exploring new interests.

Throughout the academic year, we have organised a range of exciting activities as part of our enrichment programme. Some of the activities that have proven to be particularly popular with our children include: Art, Board Games, Coding, Website Design, Photography, Drama, Dance, Outdoor Learning, Circus Skills and a range of sporting activities.

Additional Extra Curricular Activities available at Stone

  • Year 5 /6 Football Club - Wednesday after school 
  • Year 3/4 Football Club - Wednesday lunchtime
  • Netball Club -  Monday lunchtime (Upper Key Stage 2)
  • Peripatetic Music Teachers - opportunities for all year groups
  • Irock- Irock Website - opportunities for all year groups
  • Junior Duke - opportunities for all year groups

Junior Duke

Junior Duke is highly popular at Stone School. All children are encouraged and supported to complete it if they want to. Junior Duke is similar to the Duke of Ediburgh award but for primary aged children and is designed to empower young individuals with a range of valuable skills and qualities that are vital for personal development and future success. 

Children in the Mini and Junior Duke Awards have completed a range of personal challenges including First Aid, learning to swim, cookery, domestic challenges, caring for others, playing Monopoly or chess and many other fun activities which develop their life skills.