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Club fun keeps kids at Bolton school

Pupils from Lacewood Primary School taking part in out of school clubs

Pupils from Lacewood Primary School taking part in out of school clubs

FROM chess to cheerleading, pupils at one Dearne school are packing a plethora of extra-curricular activities in to their days.

Many schools now run after-school clubs, allowing pupils to try something new and develop their skills, but Bolton Lacewood Primary has gone one step further.

Staff, volunteers and outside providers offer thrice-daily club activities that run before school, and at lunchtimes.

Pupils can try martial arts or tag rugby first thing in the morning at 8.10am , become thespians at lunchtime and maybe try their hands at cookery, cheerleading or chess after classes finish for the day.

A spokeswoman said: “All morning activities are free of charge. Additionally we run a Breakfast Club which has a small charge to cover the cost of providing a meal. We have an excellent uptake of club sessions across the board.”

 

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