** Running club is cancelled on 23rd May ** ** Football with Mrs Jury on 21st May is cancelled**
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School Clubs

Clubs and Wigton Moor


Children's Corner is an external provider of before and after school child care.

Breakfast club opens at 7.30am.  After school care operates from 3.30pm until 6pm every evening. 

For more information please click the children's corner link in the 'Parents menu' or click below.

Sporting Juniors is an external provider which runs a number of after school clubs offering football, multi-sports & cricket coaching. The courses run during the school terms and follow a Sporting Juniors coaching curriculum.  The sessions give the perfect opportunity to keep your children active and healthy whilst participating in a team based activity that helps develop their social and team playing skills. 


They also provide sports activities each lunchtime in both key stage playgrounds promoting various types of sport to all pupils.


Please see their Facebook page for further details - @sportingjuniorsuk.


Sporting Juniors booking information

Staff led Clubs

At Wigton Moor we are lucky enough to have a number of dedicated staff who offer to run clubs, free of charge, in their own time.



Netball is run by Mrs Stoker  - a member of our lunch time support staff - and Mrs O'Malley. The club has run for many years.  Over the years Wigton Moor has competed against many other schools and in a variety of tournaments.  The club runs every Tuesday evening until 4.30pm.  It Is open to pupils from Year 6.  Both boys and girls are encouraged to join.

Tennis Club

Tennis club is also run by Mrs Stoker.  It runs on a Thursday evening and finishes at 4.30.  Pupils from Year 4 and Year 5 are invited to a trial and are then chosen on ability.  The club take part in local, regional and national tournaments. Please note this is a seasonal club.

Production Club


Production club is run by Mrs Meakin.  The club runs on Thursday evenings and finishes at 4.45pm.  It is open to pupils from Year 4 and Year 5.  There are a maximum number of 35 places.  It is often over subscribed.  Mrs Meakin has been active in nurturing the performing arts skills of pupils for a number of years.  The club has performed in a variety of Leeds theatres and continues to perform their productions to parents every year.

Football Club

Football club is run by the schools PE co-ordinator, Mrs Jury.  It runs every Tuesday evening and finishes at 4.30pm.  The club is open to both boys and girls from Year 6.  Mrs Jury also runs a football league in which she organises competitive 7-a-side matches between local schools.  For more information please click the PE and Sports Premium page.

Gardening Club

Gardening Club is run by Mrs Lee and Miss Hill. The club runs every Friday lunchtime during the growing season, starting in the Spring term and finishing the following Autumn term. It is open to children who are in Y4 and Y5 in the Spring term of the gardening year. Children have their own small allotment plot and learn to grow food and flowers from seed to harvest.  For photos of last year's gardening club see our page here on the school website:

Miss Lees runs an after school book club on a Thursday in the library from 3,30pm to 4.30pm.

In Autumn children from years 3 and 4 read 'Ottoline and the Yellow Cat' and this term children from years 5 and 6 have been exploring 'Skellig'. In Summer term, Miss Lees is planning to run a book club for years 1 and 2.

Charleston Dance Club!

Mrs Brown ran a Charleston dance club for Years 5 and 6, 3:30-4:30 on Monday evening, in the Autumn term. It ran for 6 weeks and finished with a fantastic and enthusiastic performance for parents. Pupils learnt about the history of the Charleston, some basic key moves, a full and challenging choreography and developed their performance skills.

Externally Provided Club

A company called Young Engineers are currently running the 'Bricks Challenge' with Year 2 and Year 3 children on a Monday evening.


This 90 minute club begins with an exciting story that opens students minds to the exciting world of STEM. Students use their imagination and critical thinking skills using building blocks in conjunction with other tools and mechanical parts to develop their building skills.


Activities Timetable



Week Commencing



Sporting Juniors

(after school

School Club

(after school)


Sporting Juniors

(in both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds)

Football - Years 3 & 4

Bricks Challenge


Sporting Juniors

(in both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds)

Multi Sports - Years 1 & 2

Football - Year 6- CANCELLED

Netball - Year 6



Sporting Juniors

(in both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds)

Football - Years 1 & 2 

Sporting Juniors

(in both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds)

Multi Sports- Years 3, 4, 5 & 6

Production club - Years 4 & 5

Running club - Years 5 & 6 - CANCELLED


Sporting Juniors

(in both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds)

Gardening club with Mrs Lee & Miss Hill

Football - Years 4, 5 & 6