School Clubs

School Clubs


At Four Dwellings we run a variety of clubs within and beyond the school day, for both pupils and parents. You can find out more details about them below:


Lunch Time Clubs

Key Stage 1 Choir - Tuesday Lunch Time:

KS 1 Choir have now given themselves a new name: ‘Choir Babies’! They have had such a busy time taking part in Free Radios Christmas Stars.

"It was so emotional to hear their wonderful singing." Miss Dainter.


Key Stage 2 Choir - Monday Lunch Time:

At the moment our KS 2 choir are very busy working towards Young Voices,, they have many difficult songs to learn and are working hard to learn them.


Other Choir Events:

Recently, choir joined Trident Reach to sing to their clients, for Macmillan Morning which was very successful and a great opportunity for the choir to perform to an audience within the local community.

Choir children from Years 3 and 4 will soon be taking part in Queen Elizabeth Hospitals ‘12 Days of Christmas’. This is to raise money for all those people who have to spend Christmas in hospital.


Homework Club - Monday & Tuesday Lunch Time:

For any children who struggle to complete their home learning at home.


School Team Training Clubs - Lunch times

We also provide bespoke school team training clubs offering a range of specialist team training programmes for boys and girls school sports teams ranging from delivering stand-alone coaching sessions in preparation for tournaments and festivals, through to delivering a structured programme of bespoke sessions, the selection of teams and coaching at fixtures.


After School Clubs

Eco Club - Tuesdays, 3:15 - 4:30pm:

Eco Club follows the ethos of the 4 R's Reduce, Recycle, Reuse and respect. The children take part in looking how we, as a school, can improve our impact on the local and wider environment.

They do this in many ways.  Recently we have planted trees in and around school and we often go into the local community to litter pick. Last year, Eco Club made a film for ‘Run On Sun’ which was a wonderful experience! You can watch their incredible creation below:


“I would recommend Eco Club because it helps you to respect the environment” Ismaeel Yr 6


Arts and Crafts Club - Year 1 - Mondays, 3:15 - 4:15pm:

A variety of creative experiences for our younger children


Boxing - Y4-6 - Mondays, 3:10 - 4:15pm

Our Key Stage 2 Boxing Club forms part of our school sport ethos in which we aim to offer as wide a range of sporting opportunities for our children as possible.  Participants engage in structured 'fitness for boxing' activities which have no contact whatsoever - it is based around developing technique, fitness, using the pads and gloves and having fun, whilst working towards the Amateur Boxing Association competency awards.


Street Dance - Y5-6 - Wednesday, 3;10 - 4:15pm

We are passionate about introducing all Key Stage 2 children to ‘real’ street dance techniques through professional delivery, making dance an enjoyable, interactive and expressive learning experience.


Change For Life 'Active Academy' - Y3-4 - Wednesday -3:10 - 4:15pm

'Active Academy' is our new type of extra-curricular sports club, designed to increase physical activity levels through participation in new sports and activities that are fun, socially interactive and encourage healthy life choices.


Archery - Y1-2 - Friday, 3:10 - 4:00pm

Our Archery Club is extremely popular and is both physically and mentally challenging.  The benefits of archery include enhanced mental capacity, physical health and general fitness.  Archery can also improve patience and focus and can give children a strong sense of personal achievement.


Rowing - Y6 - Friday, 3:10 - 4:15pm

Our Rowing Club for Year 6 children, delivered by Birmingham Rowing Club, provides a low impact way to develop fitness, technique and stay active as well as promoting healthy competition.  Through the Club, the children are invited to progress to outdoor rowing on water at Birmingham Rowing Club.


Mini-Olympians Club (Multi-Skills) - Summer Term Friday, 3:10 - 4:00

Available to all children in Key Stage 1, our popular Multi-Skills club offers structured weekly sessions to develop fundamental movement skills (agility, balance, co-ordination and speed) and sports skills (catching, sending and striking) with application in a range of FUN sports and disguised learning activities.



Holiday Clubs


‘Multi-Activity’ Holiday Sports Clubs
Our Multi-Activity holiday clubs are a fantastic way for our children to be active, have fun and make new friends within a safe and stimulating environment.  Hosted at school during the school holiday, and organised by school staff and external providers, the children participate in an exciting and energetic programme of sports activities enabling them to try new sports, develop their skills and confidence.



Multi-Activity Club for Parents - Wednesday, 9:00 - 10:00am

This is an opportunity for Parents to be active and keep themselves fit and to meet like-minded parents. Activities include: boxercise, circuit-training, rowing, brisk-walks off-site, netball and archery.