At Gilmour we pride ourselves in offering a wide range of clubs, teams and enrichment to further our development. These come in the form of a mixture of the arts and sports.
Clubs will run termly and you can apply for a place each term. Our afterschool and lunchtime clubs are run by our amazing teachers and teaching assistants. We also offer some fantastic opportunities for children to take up learning a musical instrument or singing with our wonderful MAGS (Music at Gilmour).
ALL CLUBS TO START THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY 9th JANUARY
Year 5/6 Netball
Year 5/6 Fun and Games
Year 3/4 Film Club
Mrs Moore (Finish time 4:15pm)
Miss Williams (Finish time 4:15pm)
Mrs Griffiths (Finish time 4:25pm)
Year 5/6 Gardening
Year 3/4 STEM
Mrs Wakelin (Lunch time)
Mr Gillespie (Finish time 4:25pm)
|Wednesday||Year 3/4 Dodgeball||Miss Watterson (Finish time 4:25pm)|
Year 5/6 Multisport
Year 3/4/5/6 Cross Country
Mr Snowdon (Finish time 4:15pm)
Mr Barrett and Mrs Tynan (Finish time 4pm)
Year 5/6 Tri Golf Club and Young Leaders
Mr Barrett (Lunch time)
Please continue to check this page for up and coming clubs and how to apply for places.
Children are allocated places randomly with different children allocated places each time. We aim to ensure that as many children as possible are able to attend clubs across the course of the year.
As our clubs are often aimed at two year groups this does impact the number of places available to each year group.
At Gilmour Juniors we offer extra curricula clubs, we do not offer child care. Some times clubs will need to cancelled at very short notice due to staff absence.
At Gilmour our children take pride in their work, we love to display there efforts all around school.
We love to write at Gilmour.
Our curriculum has been specifically designed to allow us to explore many different genres and styles of writing covering all aspects of narrative, poetry, playscript and many more.
Some of our amazing art work showing how we have progressed with our learning through each year group.
We have so many amazing spaces around school for all children to be able to learn and grow together in such a variety of different ways.
Take a quick look at the ever developing Daniel Skeggs Memorial Garden and play area. This area has undergone some great redevelopments to transform an unused space into a flourishing garden, growing and learning area. We will continue to develop this area, using it to grow vegetables and plants that can be used as part of our Science and DT curriculum.