After school activities

After School Activities

Even after school hours, our site is quite a vibrant place. Not only can you see some teachers and administrative staff often around, there are also plenty of activities. 

All days: the independent on-site Culham After School Club, provides for all ages after-school fun and care until 18.00, in so far as space allows. Please contact Mrs Ruth Mullen for more information. She also runs holiday clubs for the weeks that our school's holidays do not coincide with the rest of Oxfordshire, and can provide for teacher training days if there is sufficient interest.

Please read our After school club protocol carefully, if you decide to enrol your child. 

Music Lessons

Subscriptions for music lessons will be handled by the County Council Music service. Please sign up here: NB: any children below Year 4 signed up for music lessons during school hours, will need to be brought to the lesson and picked up from the lesson by the parents. All children year 4 and older will be expected to make their own way. Year 3 already has violin lessons during school hours, as well as swimming lessons and the school does not want the pupils to have additional activities during school time, so please do not sign them up for the lessons during school time.

Other activities

Parents can use the schoolbase portal to sign up for activities: To pay, there are a number of options:

  • hand in a cheque in a clearly named envelope with "Activity, name pupil, date" 
  • the school is signed up for tax free childcare (for children up to 11 years old):
  • by bank transfer:

Barclays Bank
Sort Code: 20-01-09
Account Number: 83331849
Ref: name pupil, activity
PS: We will use a different account for school trips and meals.

  • Updated for April 2017 - NOT UPDATED FOR 2017-18

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If children are interested in organised football training at weekends, Europa Titans are always looking for new members. Age range flexible depending on number interested (e.g. it would be difficult for a single year 1 pupil).