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At Cherry Tree Primary School, children can take part in many school clubs and extra-curricular opportunities. Below are just a few of the clubs they can enjoy throughout the year, however, please visit our ‘Letters to Parents’ section for current opportunities.


Each year, Hertfordshire Cricket usually run a Cricket Club as part of ‘Chance to Shine’. Children in Years 3 and 4 have the opportunity to learn the skills needed to play matches.


Flip Theatre have been running our Drama Club for many years now. They are professional actors and actresses who teach the children acting skills which also improve their social and emotional development and encourages their confidence and communication skills.


As part our our school expansion, we now have a dedicated allotment. There is special area for for our Gardening Club to grow a variety of crops during the Spring and Summer Terms.


We have a number of Football Clubs. Game On Sports Coaching run sessions for children in Years 1 to 3 and Years 4 to 6. Miss Birdsall and Miss Bowdery run our School Football team where Year 5 and 6 children play matches against other local schools.


Children in Years 4 to 6 have the opportunity to learn the guitar. Children can sign up direct with the private tutor who teaches them for a 20 minute session each week.


PT Coaching run our very popular  Gym Club. There are sessions before and after school and the children have a great time learning fun and challenging exercises.

Mad Science

Children from Years 2-6 can come along to this club, run by Mad Science. They have so much fun with their many experiments.


This before-school club for children in Years 2-6 teachers them skills from many differing sports.

Street Dance

Apex Dance runs this energetic club. They run sessions for both Years 1-3 and they learn lots of new moves.

Summer Sports

Game On Sports Coaching run clubs for both the Infant and Junior children in the Summer Term. They teach the children lots of summer sports including athletics, tennis, rounders and cricket