'Sometimes I've believed as many as six
impossible things before breakfast.'
Our Breakfast Club provides a welcoming and friendly environment for all children at Rimrose Hope CE Primary School. We provide breakfast, which consists of cereal, toast, fruit, yoghurt, milk and fruit juice. Breakfast Club runs Monday to Friday from 8am. Children are able to access breakfast club until 8.30am. There is a small charge of 50p per day.
Choir meet up once a week to practice their singing and performing skills. They have recently performed at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and with children from Chesterfield High School at local Christmas concerts.
We currently have four football clubs running; three which cater for all levels of ability, encouraging children to improve their own skills and set their own targets. At the end of each term, a mini-tournament is organised so that the children have the opportunity to take part and engage in competitive sport. Our other club focuses on our elite players who play in our representative team.
'Fun Football' on a Wednesday lunchtime for children in Year 1/2.
'Fun Football' on a Thursday lunchtime for children in Year 3/4.
'Fun Football' on a Friday lunchtime for children in Year 5/6.
The school team practices on Thursday after school 3:30 - 4:30pm.
Friday Change4Life Club
Every Friday from 3:30pm - 4:30pm, children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 meet to take part in a variety of fitness based activities. These include basic circuits, cross country activities, orienteering, walks and general game playing. Our aim is to encourage the children to become more active and understand the need for a healthy lifestyle in a fun environment.
Fun4Kids is an external company who run an after-school club on our premises each night from 3:30pm - 6pm. Each half term, the staff from Fun4Kids deliver an after school club for us and each half term has a new focus.
Every Thursday lunchtime and after school, Mr Whitehead comes to take a group of children for guitar lessons. During the course of the year, the children have the opportunity to perform at various school events and also take external exams.
Young Leaders Play Activities
Earlier this year, we trained sixteen Year 5 and 6 play leaders. Their role is to engage children on the infant yard in fun activities every lunchtime between 12:15pm and 12:45pm.