You have two weeks to sign up for a lunch club. “Signing up” means that you will arrive to the lunch club no later than 12.40pm, you register with the member of staff taking the club and you finish at 1.30pm this means that you do not attend form on this day. Each lunch club will run for the whole term and all you need to participate is a pair of trainers. Each lunch club has a different coloured lunch pass which the students are responsible for. These must be shown in the canteen to move to the front of the lunch line.
After School Fixtures
Pupils will have the opportunity to represent the school in any of the above sports. The member of staff leading that club will make pupils aware when there is a competition/fixture. The pupils will always be taken to the venue and returned to school unless parents send in written conformation to allow them to walk home or be collect by another parent or relative. There may be trials for particular sporting clubs. Individual members of staff will run this accordingly.
For all after school clubs pupils are expected to wear their Smestow P.E kit.
All pupils that sign up to a sports club receive two positive points every time they attend.
We look forward to seeing you all at the clubs. Come and try something new and why not bring a friend with you!
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