Chess Club

  • Tuition by former British U21 Chess Champion & FIDE Chess Master, Nick Thomas
  • Qualified ‘English Chess Federation’ chess coach
  • Structured syllabus incorporating the Chess Rocks certification scheme
  • Improves children’s concentration, problem solving abilities and social skills
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Karate Club

Karate Club is held on Monday evening at 4pm.

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Sky Blues After School Club

Sky Blues in the Community will be running a Football After School Club at King Henry Hales in the Autumn 2018. The course will consist of 10 weeks of football activity where the children will work on different aspects of football. The emphasis for our after-school club is a fun introduction to football and at the same time we actively encourage good sportsmanship, promote teamwork, leadership and respect. Each session has a game based skills approach and finishes with a small-sided football match.

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After-School Cookery Club

Bayleaf Cookery School will be running an after-school cookery club at Hales Campus on Fridays from 4 to 5pm. The club is open to years 4-6. All ingredients, equipment and aprons are provided. We make proper, grown up, genuinely delicious food, following a new recipe every week so the children get introduced to a wide variety of dishes and techniques.

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We are fortunate in the Preparatory School to have access to LAMDA teachers who teach pupils extra-curricular Speech and Drama and Acting Lessons through into the Senior School. This means that there are a wide variety of opportunities for the pupils and it is sometimes possible to continue with the same tutor throughout a pupil’s whole school career.

Pupils discover a wide range of poetry and prose and learn how to interpret their meanings and experience a variety of skills including staging techniques, mime, role-play and improvisation.


Mandarin Chinese Club

Recent educational thinking has highlighted the relevance of teaching Mandarin Chinese in modern UK schools. Primary school is a great time to introduce children to a second language; young brains can adapt to new skills with greater ease and fewer preconceptions.

My teaching style is fun, multi-sensory and highly interactive. After all, enjoyment and accessing plenty of practice are the best ways to allow children to excel at language. Employing visual, auditory and kinaesthetic methods in teaching and learning ensures that all children are involved in the enjoyment of language acquisition.


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