Skip to content ↓

Clubs analysis

Please find below our analysis showing the take-up of clubs offered.

Priority for Spring term clubs will be given to children who did not take part in a club during the Autumn term.


Autumn term only

(13 clubs were on offer)


Autumn and Spring terms combined

(24 clubs were on offer)

  Autumn, Spring and Summer terms combined
Whole school
(out of 480)


(174 children)


(264 children)

Year 3

(out of 120)




(57 children)

Year 4

(out of 120)


(65 children)


 (83 children)

Year 5

(out of 120)


(51 children)


(60 children)

Year 6

(out of 120)


(58 children)


(66 children)
PP - Children who are in receipt of the pupil premium 


(32 children)


(45 children out of 95)
SEN - Children with a special educational need


(10 children)


(13 children out of 108)
EAL – Children with whom English is an additional language     


(53 out of 94)


We actively encourage sporting activities, both team and individual, throughout the school. These have included athletics, country dancing, cross-country running, gymnastics, hockey, netball, soccer and tag rugby.  Our cross-country, football, hockey and netball teams have been particularly successful, and have often won at Milton Keynes Schools competitions.  

Whenever possible we enter school teams in local competitions, arrange friendly matches and extend our pupils’ experiences.  Our hockey team has enjoyed the opportunity to play matches in the National Hockey Stadium.  We have also established links with local sports clubs such as Bletchley Rugby Club, Loughton & TMA Football Clubs, Milton Keynes Athletics Club and Milton Keynes Hockey Club.

We have extensive facilities for music, dance and drama, with regular productions which are enjoyed by all.  We often are part of the Shakespeare festivals and our children superbly performed ‘Macbeth’ in 2018-19 and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at Stantonbury theatre. In 2019, over 60 members of our choir performed at the Young Voices concert at the NEC in Birmingham and we plan to do this again in 2021.  The choir and other groups of musicians have also previously performed in Middleton Hall and at MK Theatre, in the heart of Milton Keynes and have taken part in the Milton Keynes Festival of Arts and numerous other events and competitions.

As well as celebrating sports and the arts, there are also plenty of opportunities for pupils to develop skills in many other areas such as languages, creative writing, ICT, sewing and mathematics at our other after-school clubs. Junior Park Rangers outdoor learning club was new last year and one of their many successes was working with the local community to reseed the Millennium Meadow.


“Great sound and very good dynamics. Excellent ensemble and stonking trumpets!”

Adjudicator, MK Brass Festival