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John Butler Primary College have provided an After School Activities Program each academic year since opening in 2014. We have provided a variety of different programs to enrich our students learning and structure them to include activities that contain both physical and mental stimulation. Our staff and community members each year offer their time, commitment and expertise to operate these programs.
These programs are free of charge for all families; however we do require students to bring a water bottle containing water. Students will be involved in supervised activities until 3:30pm. Those doing physical activities need to come dressed in appropriate footwear. At the conclusion of each session we require you to collect your child from their chosen activity or give consent for your child to walk home.
We are keen to have parents involved in coaching and supporting these activities. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering. If you have any questions regarding the program please contact Mr Lewis on 9561 4300 or 0407 057 100.
2017 After School Activities Program
Swimming Program with Deb’s Dolphins
Monday/Tuesday: 2:30-3:15pm (Mon 12,19,26/Tue 6,13,20,27 June)
- Pre-Primary and Yr 3 (18 students per day split into 3 groups of 6 students – 45 minute sessions either on Monday or Tuesday)
Wednesday: 2:30-3:15pm (Wed 7,14,21,28 June)
- Yr4 & Yr5 (12 students split into 2 groups of 6 students – 45 minute sessions)
Thursday: 2:30-3:15pm (Thur 8,15,22,29 June)
- Yr1 & Yr 2 (12 students split into 2 groups of 6 – 45 minute sessions)
Table Tennis for Pre-Primary – Yr 6
- Tuesday 6th June – Friday 16th June Group 1 (30 students)
- Monday 19th June – Friday 30th June Group 2 (30 students)
Monday: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
- Rugby: Yr 4-6 Clinic run by Doug Kidgell from Rugby WA
Wednesday: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
- Rugby: Yr 4-6 Clinic run by Doug Kidgell from Rugby WA
- Golf: Yr 4-6 Clinic run by Erin Freeney from Gecko Sports
- Tennis Yr 1-3 Clinic run by Renee Minnock from Tennis Australia
- Badmington: Clinic run by Punita from Badminton WA
Previous 2014-2016 Activities included :-
- T-Ball: Yr PP-2 x2 clinics sessions run by Stacie Konkel and Erin Feeney
- Table Tennis Yr 4-6 Clinic run by David Brown from Table Tennis Australia
- Tennis: Yr 1-3 Clinic run by Renee Minnock from Tennis Australia
- Athletics: Yr 3-6 Clinic run by Corrine Parker from Athletics Australia
- Volleyball (Years 1-6)
Mr Kelly our Science Teacher and Volleyball WA ran this program teaching the fundamentals of Volleyball
- Game On Rugby Union (Year 1-6)
Ms Wade our Sports Specialist Physical Education Teacher ran this program with Western Force
- AFL (Years 1-6)
Mr Smith our Digital Technology Teacher and WAFC ran this program teaching the fundamentals of AFL Football.
- Aussie Hoops Basketball (Years 1-6)
Mr Wilson one of our college teachers and Basketball WA ran this program teaching the fundamentals of Basketball.
- Netball (Years 3-6)
Ms Wade our Sports Specialist Physical Education Teacher ran this program teaching the fundamentals of Netball.
- Cricket (Years 1-6)
Mr Mettem one of the college’s EA ran this popular program teaching the fundamentals of cricket.
- Numero (Years PP to 6)
Numero® has been designed for use by students of all ages and is ideal for developing numeracy concepts and problem-solving skills. Playing Numero® is a great way to improve maths, while having fun at the same time.
- Minor Games (Year 1 to 6)
Come and join in the fun and incorporate skills that are transferrable to traditional sports, including Fundamental Movement skills, co-operation, teamwork, leadership, variety and loads of fun!
- Hook into Hockey (Years PP-6)
Hookin2Hockey has been developed to give children aged 5-10 a fun environment in which to learn the game of hockey and perfect the skills in a modified game-based environment.
- Basketball (Years 1 to 6 )
Come and join in a game of basketball. Learn the basics of the game, including the rules, team positions and general ball skills required to enjoy this fast paced game.
- Challenges and Games (Years 1 to 6)
Partner, small group and whole group activities that are designed to bring out strategies, decision making, teamwork and the importance of consequences of one’s actions. The activities will instil the values of fair play, self-regulation and playing for fun and personal satisfaction as opposed to needing to win.
- Art Class (Years 4 to 6)
A class designed for those students wanting to extend and learn new art skills
- Modcrosse (Years 2 to 6)
Come and try the fastest game on two feet. Modcrosse is the children’s version of Lacrosse, a game that is played in over 40 countries around the world. Children will be helped to grasp a higher level of hand/eye coordination as well as getting a whole heap of exercise. Modcrosse sticks and balls will be supplied.
- Board Games Club (Years PP-6)
Students will have the opportunity to play a variety of games including; chess, snakes and ladders, trouble, scrabble, monopoly and more. Through games students are able to work together to create strategies, solve problems and builds on their resiliency.
- Dance Troupe (Years 4-6)
An extension program to be continued over the year for dedicated students who possibly want a career in the Performing Arts industry or would like to enhance their dance skills. Students will learn more advanced dance routines and take part in an audition process. All students will work on solo pieces that they can then use for future auditions. Discussions regarding performance resumes and applications will also take place.