Primary Clubs SUMMER term 2019

MONDAY 29th april TO THURSDAY 13th June 2019

(NO CLUBS on monday bank holiday weekends May 6th & 27th)

MONDAY | TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY

REGISTRATION is now OPEN.

Please email nathan.sasson@ics.uk.net if you would like to enquire about club registration.

 

MONDAY - French Language Club, Spanish Language Club, Mandarin Language Club, Tennis Club and Gymnastics Club

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £85 PER TERM (5 SESSIONS due to may bank holidays)

  • N/R - YEAR 6

  • 3-10 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

Additional French Language Club

Bonjour! Improve French language skills in a fun, conversation based environment. Language clubs are open to non-native speakers of this language.

Additional Spanish Language Club

Hola! Improve Spanish language skills in a fun, conversation based environment. Language clubs are open to all non-native speakers of this language.

  • 15:30-16:30

  • £85 PER TERM (5 SESSIONS due to may bank holidays)

  • N/R - YEAR 6

  • 3-10 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

Additional Mandarin Language Club

Ni hao! Improve Mandarin language skills in a fun, conversation based environment. Language clubs are open to all non-native speakers of this language.

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £85 PER TERM (5 SESSIONS due to may bank holidays)

  • N/R - YEAR 6

  • 3-10 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

Tennis Club

Students will receive tennis coaching from a professional coach each session. The coach will provide tips and advice as well as organise mini tournaments throughout the term which will allow students to improve gameplay and strategy.

Gymnastics Club

Gymnastics is a fantastic way of improving a child's physical coordination, concentration, stamina, strength, balance and flexibility. Children will learn gymnastics moves and routines in a friendly and relaxed environment where they can build their confidence and understanding of how their body moves.

www.dancefocus.co.uk



  • 15:30-17:00

  • £150 PER TERM (5 SESSIONS due to may bank holidays)

  • YEAR 4 - YEAR 6

  • 6-12 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: Regents park tennis centre

  • 15:30-16:30

  • £150 PER TERM (5 SESSIONS due to may bank holidays)

  • NURSERY - YEAR 2

  • 6-12 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

 

TUESDAY - Football Club, Ballet Club, Big Science Club, Capoeira Club

Football Club

Students will learn basic and advanced football skills through drills and small sided games. They will build their teamwork and sportsmanship skills while working with others to achieve a common goal. This is a great club for any aspiring footballers or anyone wanting to build their skill set.


Ballet Club

Ballet is the foundation of any dance style! From pliés to jetés, we love to teach ballet technique in a fun and friendly atmosphere, and all with beautiful music. Ballet builds children's confidence, coordination and persistence. It truly is a fantastic discipline that can be applied to so many aspects of life. https://www.dancefocus.co.uk/

  • 15.30-17.00

  • £145 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • YEAR 4 - YEAR 6

  • 16 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: Regents park

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £180 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • N/R - YEAR 2

  • 6-10 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

Big Science Club

Join our exciting science club delivered by Little House of Science and enjoy an environment which is active, full of stimulating project based learning, 'hands-on and brains-on'.  Little House of Science’s guiding principle is to ensure the kids go away with inspiration and enthusiasm about learning and wanting to know more about nature and the supportive facts. We would like to think of ourselves as creating or fostering the spark for the next generation of scientists, but the main aim is to provide a foundation for youngsters where after each session, they will have gone home knowing a little bit more about our wonderful world and how things work.  https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/about_us

Capoeira

Capoeira is a unique and exciting Afro-Brazilian art form that combines elements of dance, martial arts, music and play. Students will enhance their creativity, fitness, discipline, well-being and confidence. The programme is run by Jinga Jinga, please see their website for more information: www.jingajinga.com

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £180 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • YEAR 3 - YEAR 6

  • 3-15 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

 

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £180 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • N/R - YEAR 6

  • 6-18 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

WEDNESDAY - Xen-Do, Art Club, Jewellery Club, Parkour Club

Xen-Do Club

Xen-Do is a martial art that develops kickboxing and self-defence techniques. It helps improve students' focus and physical health. The belt system builds students' self-esteem. They gain a great sense of accomplishment for each new level! For more information please see their website: http://www.xen-do.com/marylebone.php

N.B. There is an additional charge of £50 for a kit (trousers, t-shirt, boots, gloves and bag) for new students joining the club. Parent pick up is at Seymour Leisure Centre at 16:45

Art Club

Students will use different materials and techniques which build on creativity, whilst developing fine motor skills. Students will bring home their piece of art each week to share with their family.       

  • 15.35-16.45

  • £180 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • YEAR 2 - YEAR 6

  • 9-12 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: SEYMOUR LEISURE CENTRE

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £110 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • N/R - YEAR 2

  • 4-10 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

Jewellery Design Club

During this club of creation, you will spend 7 weeks designing and creating your own piece of jewellery in a creative and fun environment.  You will get to choose your own materials from beads to ribbons to design a piece of your choice. Every student will get to take his or her piece of jewellery home at the end of each lesson. That is 7 pieces of jewellery during the term!

Parkour Club

Parkour is an active and exciting sport where children will learn how to ‘free-run’ over, through, around and along objects. It is a movement sport requiring strength, stamina, coordination and determination to find creative ways of jumping on, over and around various obstacles. This club is for total beginners through to intermediates who are interested in learning about parkour and how to move your body in exciting new ways.

www.runldnpkfr.com

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £110 (7 SESSIONS)

  • YEAR 2 - YEAR 6

  • 4-12 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £180 (7 SESSIONS)

  • YEAR 4 - YEAR 6

  • 8-15 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

THURSDAY - Rock Climbing, Little Science Club, School Musical, Art Club

Rock Climbing Club - 7 years and up

Trained instructors at Seymour Leisure Centre develop students' balance and core strength. Students work together to climb new heights. Come on, join in; be a risk-taker!

Parent pick up is at Seymour Leisure Centre at 17:00.

  • 15.30 -17.00

  • £210 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • 7+ YEARS OF AGE

  • 4-12 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: SEYMOUR LEISURE CENTRE

School Musical - The Lion King Junior

This is the continuation of the exciting musical club where students are working hard to bring the plains of Africa to ICS. Children already signed up are required to continue their commitment to this production, while new members are not accepted at this time in the process.

The remaining club sessions up until production in June, will be spent perfecting movement and stagecraft along with singing and acting to bring the Lion King to life. As it is a formal production, students are also still required to attend choir club at lunchtime every week.

  • 15.30-17.00

  • £0 (runs until June)

  • YEAR 3 - YEAR 6

  • 14-20 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

Little Science Club

  • 15.30-16.30

  • £180 PER TERM (7 SESSIONS)

  • NR - YEAR 2

  • 3-15 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: WYNDHAM PLACE

 

 

  • 15.30-17.00

  • £200 PER TERM (8 SESSIONS)

  • YEAR 4 - YEAR 6

  • 6-12 STUDENTS

  • VENUE: STAR STREET - All students must be picked up at 21 Star Street W2 1QB at 17:00.

Join our science club to enjoy an environment which is active, full of project based learning, 'hands-on & brains-on' and stimulating.  Little House of Science’s guiding principle is to ensure the kids go away with inspiration and enthusiasm about learning and wanting to know more about nature and the supportive facts. We would like to think of ourselves as creating or fostering the spark for the next generation of scientists, but the main aim is to provide a foundation for youngsters where after each session, they will have gone home knowing a little bit more about our wonderful world and how things work.  https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/about_us


Young Coders: Coding and Robotics

This club will start the FIRST week of term on Thursday 25th April.

Create games, music, animations, apps and stories in what promises to be a hugely fun and inspiring experience for your child. From making self-driving cars and anti-theft alarms to learning how to code, we have an exciting summer term ahead!  

Primary school children will take the bus over to Star Street each week. All students must bring their own device, including ICS Chromebooks. All students must be picked up at 21 Star Street W2 1QB at 5 pm. Open to new and experienced students.