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Clubs and Activities

We offer a variety of after school clubs available for children to attend, these include football, sports club, netball, gymnastics, multi-skills, Choir, recorders, cookery, computer club and homework club.

Following an incident, when a child chose to go home rather than attend a club, we would like to make it clear about our arrangements for clubs.  At the end of school the teacher takes the class to the cloakroom, where they collect their bags and either go home or take themselves to their club.  The person doing the club takes a register and if anyone is missing alerts the office.  Staff then check that the child was in school that day before making sure the child is not on the school site.  After this we make every attempt to contact a parent/carer.  On the rare occasions this has happened the child has usually forgotten and gone home. 

Staff do not deliver children to parents at the end of the day, nor do they deliver them to a club unless there are special circumstances that mean the child would not be safe to do this themselves.  In these cases special arrangements are put in place. 

We feel that this is important in developing children’s independence and responsibility.  Our Home School Agreement makes it clear that it is a parent’s responsibility to:

  • Encourage my child to join after school clubs which interest him/her and inform the school if he/she is unable to attend so that they know my child is safe
  • Talk to the school about any concerns that I may have in a calm, polite manner without shouting or becoming aggressive

And children’s responsibility to

  • Let someone know if I can’t go to a club so that school know I am safe.

We also make it clear to children that if they are usually collected from school and no one is there, then they need to come into school and we will contact someone to see what has happened.


Please see latest club letter below:


Spring Clubs 2017


School News

LJS takes part in School Fitness Week

This week, pupils from Ludlow Junior School will be taking part in School Fitness Week and being part of the aim by Joe Wickes to get 1 million school children exercising and having fun.  THe week will run for 5 days, with a live workout streamed each day on the Joe Wickes YouTube channel at 10am from Monday September 11th - Friday 15th September 2017.

The aim of schools' week is to get more kids active and feel the benefits of exercise so young people can see that fitness can be fun and to love it!  Every day for a week, pupils will take part in a live 20-minute workout.

So far, it's been great fun with children really enjoying the sessions. More information can be found here.


WOW! Days at LJS.

Year 5 are launching their Ancient Greece topic today wiith a fantastic, hands-on learning day with an expert historian.  You can expect to see lots of chldren (and adults) dressed up in ancient Greek style costumes.

Meanwhile, Year 6 will be recreating life at home during World War 2 including hearing Chamberlain's famous announcement, preparing for rationing and evacuation and ending with a V.E day party. 

We are looking forward to lots of memorable fun and learning!


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Ludlow Junior School, Clee View, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 1HX. Headteacher: Mrs K Mather Tel: 01584 873602