StanleyPrimary School

Learning with Confidence Together

External Clubs


Session Dates: w/c Monday 22 April – Monday 8 July 2024

Half term: 27-31 May 2024


We are pleased to be able to welcome back some of your favourite External Clubs . All external clubs bookings and payments should be made directly to the individual club. Details below and within club flyers at the foot of this page.

Boundless Dance 

Years 1 & 2 Friday after school

Years 3 & 6 Thursday after school 

Boundless Dance Club offers fun and dynamic sessions which are delivered in a relaxed setting where creativity and individuality comes to life. We pride ourselves on offering a very personal and friendly class to all abilities. We focus on developing your child's rhythmic ability, confidence, motor skills and more. Whether your child is new to the Arts or has plenty of experience please sign them up for a fun and enjoyable time with Boundless. 

To sign up please visit where you will find our school clubs listing and more information. Please follow the link for the Stanley Club and complete the registration form. Once a form is completed we will confirm your child’s place by email.

Any questions please contact Lee Harvey Robinson - 07951 305935 or email 


Click Photography


Click Photography's Year 6 club runs after school on Fridays and is an exciting introduction to photography. Summer topics include Small World, Jump, Spheres, Vortography, Forced Perspective, & a trip to Richmond Bridge . The summer term fee is £90 which includes use of cameras, and a Click book. 

More information can be found on the Click website, and bookings can be made online or via email to 


Enspire Drama (LAMDA) 

Year 1 & 2 Thursdays after school pick up at 16.15

Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Thursdays after school pick up at 17.30


Drama is lots of fun and builds confidence, communication skills, initiative, teamwork, compromise, perseverance and respect – all vital life skills, whatever your chosen path.


To book please contact or call Tim Ryan on 07725 876 603.

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More information on drama, LAMDA and our clubs can be found at


Funakoshi Karate

Years 3 - 6 Monday & Wednesdays after school 15.30 - 16.30


Designed to improve focus and increase self-esteem, self-discipline, calmness and a more positive attitude towards life. 


To book Funakoshi karate visit: Join Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Today | London, UK (

For further information, see the website Funakoshi Shotokan Karate & Pee-Wee Karate - London, UK ( or contact Anita on 07546 961462 (mornings only) or via email


Music Makers

Year 1 & 2 Friday lunchtimes

Pre-instrumental foundation classes


Music Makers is a fun and constructive introductory music activity. Acting as the earliest stage of Richmond Music Trust's instrumental music tuition, Music Makers expands children's understanding of music through enjoyable activities. These include singing, musical games, body percussion, playing pitched and unpitched percussion instruments and beginning to read music. The lessons develop children's listening and ensemble skills as well as singing and performing confidence.  Lessons are designed to run through the whole school year, ideally, although children can opt out each term. We usually end with a concert in the summer term.  Children who attended Music Makers classes in Year 1 are welcome to continue the classes in Year 2

For more information and to register visit 

Help with fees available -

Contact Alice Dallosso via Richmond Music Trust 020 8538 3866


Pee Wee Karate


Year 1 & 2 Friday Lunchtime - Reception spring and summer term only 


Teaches basic karate techniques in a relaxed, fun and safe environment. The classes include exercises and games that teach children coordination, balance, control and simple stretching.  

Children train in their school uniforms. At the end of a term the children will have a small grading in their final class of the term and they are always so proud to receive their certificates and badges.

To book Pee-Wee karate visit:



Years 1, 2 & 3 Monday after school

Year 1 on a Wednesday Lunchtime

During the sessions the children learn the basics of Tag rugby (catching, dodging, tagging while playing fun rugby related games)Rugbyruggers is run by Ian Glover, an RFU/ RFL qualified coach with over 20 years’ experience.

For further information contact Ian Glover on 07969 170078.


To book a place please complete and return the Tag Rugby flyer below for your child's year.


Samba Soccer

Years 1 & 2 Wednesday after school


Coach David Brown runs Samba Soccer. The sessions are targeted at the children’s age and skill levels and involve fun routines and games that develop soccer skills and teamwork. 


Contact Dave on 07702 047446 or to book a place click here Samba Application


Pins & Needles Sewing

Years 1 - 6 Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday after school & Thursday lunchtime

Our weekly sessions teach boys and girls the basics of sewing while giving every child that amazing “I made this!” feeling when they return home with their very own creations. Sewing improves concentration, hand-to-eye co-ordination and problem-solving skills. In a fun environment that promotes calm play and mindfulness, we encourage your child to express their creativity and individuality. Beginners welcome!


We are now Ofsted registered, so accept all childcare vouchers including the government's tax-free childcare. 


Visit our website to book and find out more: or email Michele Hall




Years 1 - 6  Tuesday lunchtimes with a wide range of modules available

£65 for 10 x 30 minute sessions


Coding and digital classes
Creative computing classes, designed to develop key skills in Coding and Digital Literacy. Learn to code your own amazing animations and games, create digital music & art, program our interactive robots and much more! We aim to build confidence and have lots of fun! Sessions include lots of great educational apps to help develop problem solving skills and creative design.


Please book via email or call/text Bruce on 07973 684585.


Wakamatsu Soroban (Maths) 

Years 1 - 6 Monday lunchtime & Friday After School

The Soroban is the Japanese abacus and will be used in this club. The Soroban enables you to add, subtract, multiply and divide much faster and more confidently than you can with a paper and pencil. It is part of the Japanese national maths curriculum and used in several other nations that achieve high numeracy levels. We also offer online lessons after school.

For more details contact Tomoko Hoult - or visit 

We have limited Preschool places available for September 2024, to register your interest go to About Us / Admissions * * * * * If you have a safeguarding concern about a child please contact the Single Point of Access on 020 8547 5008