Co curricular programme at St Mark's and All Saints Primary School - Schools Together
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Co-curricular programme at St Mark's and All Saints Primary School

Charterhouse pupils lead the bulk of the co-curricular programme at St Mark's and All Saints Primary School, with a current focus on four clubs (three delivered solely by Charterhouse, the fourth in partnership with another provider):

a) Multi-Sports Club - KS1

b) Creative Arts Club - KS2

c) Enrichment Society - Y6

d) Forest School - KS2

Aims

St Mark's and All Saints Primary School is a small, Church of England primary school located very near to Charterhouse in Godalming. Having identified co-curricular activities as an area for growth, and having enjoyed informal links with Charterhouse previously, St Mark's and All Saints Primary School now provides four co-curricular clubs for pupils in partnership with Charterhouse. 

Background

Charterhouse works with St Mark's and All Saints Primary School as a focus of its school partnership programme. The two schools share an Anglican ethos and much educational philosophy.

Resources

Charterhouse: 15 sixth-form students, two teachers. 

Limited financial input apart from travel to St Mark's and All Saints Primary School , and some resources

Impact

Around one-third of St Mark's and All Saints Primary School pupils are already enrolled in a club within two months of the programme beginning. Extremely positive feedback from staff, parents and pupils. Charterhouse pupils are learning a great deal in terms of leadership, how to interact with younger pupils and teamwork.

Pupil Involvement

Charterhouse: 15 sixth-formers, male and female

St Mark's and All Saints Primary School: currently c. 30 pupils, male and female, KS1 and KS2

Frequency

Weekly