School Clubs

At St Paul's CE Primary School, we offer a range of clubs for children across the school. Below you will find the clubs available after school. There are also many more that take place during the lunch break. 


Wake Up, Shake Up 

A daily club from 8:30am-8:55am where the children take part in a range of dance and exercise moves to popular songs to warm up and get ready for the day.


Reading Cafe

A daily club from 8:30-8:50am where the children from KS2 are able to access a breakfast snack whilst reading a book of their choice.


Netball Club

A club for KS2 to learn netball skills and play in matches across a range of other schools. Netball club is on a Wednesday from 3:30-4:15pm.


OAFC Football Club

A club for targeted year groups (currently Y1 and Y2) to learn football skills alongside professional football players. OAFC Football Club is on a Tuesday from 3:15-4:15pm.


Maths Club

A club for Year 5 and Year 6 to practise and reinforce their Maths Skills. Parents are also welcome to join this club on a Thursday from 3:15-4:15pm.



A club for targeted year groups (currently Y3 and Y4) to learn about our environment and sustainability. Eco-Club takes place on a Thursday from 3:15-4:15pm. In the Summer we produced  radishes, tomatoes, potatoes an the most amazing  cucumbers!



A choir is available for all children in KS2 on a Friday from 3:15-4:15pm. The choir are often invited to share their talents at many local events throughout the year.  This year they sang at 12 different events including the Royton Chritmas lights switch on, Brass band Concerts in Church, The Head Teacher's  Annual Conference in Bolton, Church May Queen event, and numerous school Church services.


Computing Club

Chilren practice their coding skills and  are looking forward to developing a digital  newsletter this year.


Ukelele Club

Children learn to play alongside each other as a group


Origami Club

Chilren enjoy learning  how to create  wonderful  objects wit special paper folds


Mindful Colouring

Children  are able to  relax in an environment  where the lighting is low, the music is calm and children can share  conversation and  social skills together


Chess Club

children can learn strategies and skills which supports thinking and memory.


Many more to come in 2019.2020 especially in KS1