Extended Schools

Jubilee Primary School offers a range of before and after school activities which support parents with childcare needs and give children opportunities that enrich the curriculum. We believe that all children benefit from this additional provision and strive to give every child the opportunity to take part in these activities. For this reason, in addition to the paid childcare provision we also offer a selection of free activities.

Jubilee’s extended school provision offers:

  • Wraparound child care through our inexpensive Breakfast Club and Playcentre;
  • A range of free activities run by school staff and external providers.

The activities on offer can vary from term to term, depending on the school priorities. Parents can contact the school office to apply for a place at Breakfast Club or Playcentre. Places on the free activities are allocated each term, according to the selection criteria below.

Autumn 2017 activities provided by the school are described below:


Before School

After school



KS1 Football 8:00 to 9:00

KS2 Coding Club 8:00 to 9:00

KS2 Cycle Team 3:30 - 4:45


Years 3 & 4 Football 8:00 to 9:00

KS1 Choir 8:20 to 9:00


Years 5 & 6 Tennis Club 3:30 to 4:30

Spanish Club 3:30 to 4:30



KS2 Girls’ Football 8:00 to 9:00


Years 3 & 4 Tennis Club 3:30 to 4:30


Years 1 & 2 Tennis 8:00 to 9:00


KS2 Multisport 3:30 to 4:30

KS2 Futsal 4:30 to 5:30



Years 5 & 6 Football 8:00 to 9:00

KS2 Choir 1:00 to 1:30

 KS2 Football Squad 3:30 - 6:00


Selection criteria for places on free before and after school activities
Jubilee’s commitment to meeting the needs of all children in the school means we aim to give everyone an opportunity to attend a before and after school activity, at zero cost. Allocation of places are based on the selection criteria described below.

Priority will be given to children according to our whole school priorities for sport. These include: supporting children who receive the pupil premium grant; reducing childhood obesity; encouraging girls to participate in sport and developing school teams for competition. We take these priorities into account when offering places for these activities.

Music and Computing
Choir is open access and there is currently no limit on numbers. This is the same for Coding Club in Years 4, 5 and 6.

For Movie-Making, we are aiming to support children who need to develop their spoken language skills and their self-confidence as well as to provide access to computing resources for children who may not have this available at home. Places will be allocated on this basis.

For all activities, places will not be exclusively allocated according to these priorities. Children who have not had the chance to join activities previously will also be given priority. 

External Providers
In addition, there are a selection of paid-for activities run by external providers. These include drama, dance and fencing. We send out a termly letter with details of which activities are running. Places for these activities can be booked directly through the providers.