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Langar Church of England Primary School

School Clubs

We have a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities for children and the experience is designed to be fun and enriching for all. Letters are sent out termly to notify parents of the clubs that will be taking place. Permission slips need to be returned for any clubs they would like to attend outside of school hours. We gauge interest in the lunchtime clubs internally.


Some of our clubs are run by outside providers. You can contact them via their details here:

Instrumental Lessons Autumn Term

La Jolie Ronde - Summer Term

Magical Maths - Class 2 ONLY

Amazing news! 


Magical Maths is returning to Langar PS with a brand new, super fun, after school maths club and we would like to invite your child/children to come along and join us for some fantastic mathemagical fun! 

We'll be starting the club on Friday 30th April straight after school. To keep to current school guidelines, we're running for Years 1/2 only..


Full dates are: Friday 30th Apr & 7th,14th, 21st, 28th May


Magical Maths Club is packed full of exciting games and activities that are super fun and highly educational (but don't tell the children!).


Please be aware though, places are more limited than normal to maintain social distancing so WILL book up fast. The places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so be sure to sign up quickly to secure your spot!


 Visit for info/to book.

Forest Bugs

Who is Forest Bugs?

Ashleigh Drew trades as Forest Bugs. The practice considers her life experiences together with her formal training. Brought up in Zimbabwe, working across a breadth of industries including the corporate world, she is a mum of three, additionally trained to deliver Forest School with appropriate supporting qualifications and Insurances. Volunteers may assist Ashleigh from time to time.


Where is Forest Bugs?

Langar Hall’s Woods, Church Lane, NG12 9HG


What time is Forest Bugs?

Sprites 9:30 – 10:30am

After School Club 3:30 – 5:30pm

Woodland Souls 1:00 – 2:00pm


Who Can Come?

Sprites From walking to before school (about 2 – 4 years old)

After School Club Reception – Year 6 (about 5 – 11 years old)

Woodland Souls +18 Adult Group


What do we do at Forest Bugs Sessions?

A usual Session follows as: Introduction & Safety Brief – Play – Learn – Play – Review & Close Introduction & Safety Briefing


As our activities are outdoors and involve experiences which some may not yet have come across, it is important that we begin each session by meeting each other to consider our safety and health as well as the environment in which we are to play and learn.


Play & Learn

Forest Bugs is based on the Participant-Led learning philosophies used in Forest School. The practice relies on the Leaders’ observation of the Participants’ natural curiosities and interests to engage them and then build on those for the most effective learning. Self-exploration of their own, self-motivated inquisitiveness is therefore strongly encouraged during Sessions. The Leader will support unstructured Session activities by making available simple, general resources for the participants to discover and explore. This may include the provision of natural small parts like pinecones, conkers, leaves, sticks, string, water alongside basic outdoor kit like tarpaulins and rope. The Leader will also provide structured activities in Sessions which may include: outdoor games, shelter building, the creation of natural arts & crafts, plant & animal identification activities like treasure & scavenger hunts, tool use, woodland crafting and fire building, cooking & extinguishing. Our Sessions deliver experiential personal development as well as an education in woodland skills and knowledge.


Review & Close

A time to review our expectations as met and as yet to fulfil. Activities include but are not limited to: Build Shelters, it rains sometimes. Tie Knots, & put them to use. Craft with nature, anything you can imagine, ID Plants & Animals, Climb Trees, Make and cook on a fire.



We recommend that you use home / school based toileting facilities before you attend. A chemical toilet is available to use on site. Nappy changing facilities are provided but are basic. Hands must be washed and sanitized before we begin a Session A tippy tap and soap are provided for hand washing throughout the Session Hand Sanitizer is provided to use at regular intervals throughout the Session Where drink or food is provided, they will be done so in accordance with hygiene guidance & directives . Any drink or food brought into the woods must not be shared with other Participants


What is the Fee?

The Fee is the charge for the Session or Programme including any resources necessary. What You Need to Do? Please ensure your Booking Form has been completed and handed in. This enables best preparations to be made. Please come dressed appropriately for the weather in our outdoor setting. (PPE Guidance document) Please bring a bag with essentials including a full drink bottle, a snack and necessary medications


Payment for your Sessions should be made before attendance.


Availably by request, a copy of any of the following:

Risk Assessment Covid Plan

Emergency Action Plan Safeguarding Policy

Behaviour Policy

Waste Management Policy


For any further questions or queries please contact Ash at

Mrs George runs Outdoor Learning Club for children with a passion for environmental issues. She organsied a trip to Veolia to gain a better understanding of recycling.

Sports Events - Mr Zisaruk-Gibson, as the PE Subject Leader, orgaises events with the Rushcliffe School Sports Patnership - children have taken part in rowing festivals, cross country events, basketball tournaments and more!

Over 50% of children in school have taken part in a sports competition or festival!

Sports Clubs - There are a variety of sports clubs that change seasonally; from football to rounders, skipping to tennis.

Over 1/3 of children in school have joined a sports club this year!