A wide range of after school clubs is available to children in Year 1 and 2 each term.


Some of these activities are led by Kew College members of staff, while others are led by outside providers and parent volunteers. We try to plan our extra curricular clubs to cater for the variety of interests of our pupils. Many of the clubs are open to mixed year groups, giving opportunities for our children to make new friends and to work with children of different ages.


 Jazz Dance Comp


Arts and Crafts Club A wonderful club offering children the opportunity to use new techniques to create exciting designs. Lots of fun things to do and make.

Dinky Dancers

A fun and lively club where children can express themselves through music, whilst learning dance routines to pop music throughout the decades.
Little Golfers Rookies Golf Club allows children to play golf in school, using adapted equipment for their safety and with a fun and active structure. This club suits new and existing young golfers who play games like 'Over the River' and 'Finders Keepers'.

Building Imagination

Building Blocks introduce concepts in Architecture, Design, Systems and Structural-Thinking, using LEGO as a starting point. 

Infant Orchestra

This super club gives our young musicians the opportunity to play and perform together.


It is designed to be fun, gives coaching across various athletic events as well as training key motor skills in a fun environment. 

Young Voices Choir

Children in the Young Voices Choir enjoy learning and performing songs together. Lively games and activities help to nurture a love of all things musical!

Chess Club

Chess is a game that requires skill, patience and tactical awareness. Pupils are taught the basics from the very beginning and enjoy playing with their friends, testing out their new skills.

Robotics Club

Robotics Club provides pupils with the opportunity to explore robotics and learn block coding in practical and fun ways. The dynamic programme includes Ozobots, BBC micro bits, Scratch, Cosmo, Itty Bitty's and more.