Lunch Time Clubs

A group portrait of a kids soccer team, behind them are their coaches. They are smiling and two of the boys can be seen holding cones on their head messing amount.

If you want to offer children in your school something different to do at a lunch time, to focus all of their energy into an extra-curricular skill, lunchtime clubs are definitely the right thing for you.

Many schools have used our lunch time club staff to bring in an alternative activity for children at lunch time to improve behaviour on the playground and the results are outstanding.

ClubsComplete can provide the following activities in your school for short sessions of just 30-45minutes:

Football, Basketball, Netball, Dodgeball, Cricket, Tennis, Multi-Sports, Kickball, Rounders, Badminton, Table Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Cheerleading, Yoga, Chess, Gymnastics, Zumba, Modern Dance, Street Dance, Ballet, Hip Hop, Mini Aerobics, Mini Yoga, Around the World Dance, Salsa, Bollywood Dance, Arts and Crafts, Around the World Arts and Crafts, Drama, Choir, Contemporary Singing, Musical Theatre, French, Spanish and Italian.



Alternatively, ClubsComplete can put together a carousel programme and train up your lunch time staff/playworkers to offer a full comprehensive programme which will involve almost all of the children on the playground.

These fun sessions enhance learning, give children the opportunity to socialise with children who are interested in similar activities and allow them to develop a new hobby!

Lunchtime clubs are also a great time for our staff to work with the school sports team to prepare children for Inter-school Sports Competitions.

Lunchtime clubs £35.00* (set fee if funded by the School Funds.) Should you require numerous lunch time clubs per week please contact us for a quote.

*Prices depend on length of club, and number of participants

“We find that ClubsComplete are a really professional company. We use them to provide lunch time and after school clubs. They are always happy to discuss what our school needs are, for example, they initiated the start-up of our lunch time clubs to help reduce poor behaviour at lunch time. These clubs have been very popular with children. Our school has been linked with this company for some years and they are currently providing a cheerleading club which is going really well and they are working towards performing at our Summer Fair a presentation developed in this club.” Tina Newton, St Denys Infant School, Ibstock

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