Belonging, Believing, Building a Future

Clubs & Activities

A wide range of activities and clubs are organised after school, run by our own staff and outside experts.  The School firmly believes that these challenging and exciting activities support the curriculum that the school offers new experiences and opportunities in a way that makes our children happy to learn.

Each club offers approximately 10 sessions per term (depending on the length of the term).

After-school clubs and activities run for an hour after the end of the school day for children in Key Stages 1 and 2 in the Autumn and Spring Terms and for all children in the Summer Terms.

Children can also participate in Lunch-Time Clubs.


January to Easter Clubs

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
  Reception & KS1 Singing (from 7th February) Circus Skills Strictly Come Dancing Yoga
  KS2 Crafty Cup Adventure+ Sports Strictly Come Dancing


Music Lessons

Mondays ~ Guitar

Wednesdays ~ Strings

Friday ~ Piano




Katy Johnson of Poised Performing Arts leads our Singing, Street Dance and Musical Theatre Clubs.


Yoga Club is lead by coaches from Relax Kids.


Gymnastics club is lead by Angela Oliver from the Carterton Gymnastics Club. 


Mrs Morris and the children who attend Gardening Club do a wonderful job!


Coaches from Oxfordshire Skill Aquisition Academy (OSAA) run tag-rugby, netball, football, basketball, indoor sports, cricket and summer sports clubs both during lunchtimes and after school.

Learning Club

Learning Club offers children additional opportunities to share books, learn their spellings and complete other homework activities in school, with the support of our Teaching Assistants. 

"The strong relationships at all levels of the school including with the parent body that ensures Christian values support the all-round development of the children."



St Peter's CE School
Alvescot, Bampton, Oxon OX18 2PU
Tel: 01993 842535
Email: office@stpeters.oxon.sch.uk

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