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Clubs & Extra-Curricular Opportunities

Afterschool activities and Clubs at the Academy will re-start in the Secondary Academy from 22nd March 2021.

We have decided to initially focus the re-opening of Afterschool Clubs on health and sports ensuring that students have more time to engage in sports and games and rebuild their levels of fitness. Students will remain in their bubbles for the time-being and, therefore, the offer is limited for now but we are planning to start cautiously and build up opening more clubs and activities later in the year.

We have started planning for Primary breakfast club and Afterschool clubs which will be starting after the Easter holidays.   

Secondary clubs will run from 2.50pm - 3.50pm.  

Changing

Students will be expected to wear the full Academy PE kit and follow Covid-19 changing procedures. Boys will get changed at Courtside. Girls will get changed in the Sports Hall.
 

Term 4 After School Clubs Timetable

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@TJWA_Ashford - Apr 22, 2021
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@TJWA_Ashford - Apr 20, 2021
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@TJWA_Ashford - Apr 16, 2021
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@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 31, 2021
Our termly newsletter showcases artwork from across all year groups within our Art, Photography and Graphic Design disciplines. Well done for all your hard work; enjoy the Easter break. https://t.co/HTPw2iKfO7
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@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 26, 2021
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@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 25, 2021
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@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 24, 2021
'There is nothing more truly artistic than to love people' - Vincent Van Gogh Art opens the heart and mind to possibilities and fuels the imagination. Bethani Whittaker, Year 8 is our artist of the week with her digital design. Portraying one of our academy light values, Love. https://t.co/KtiK10mzZL
@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 23, 2021
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@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 17, 2021
“Art is something that makes you breathe with a different kind of happiness.” ~ Anni Albers. Creative arts can lower stress and leave you feeling mentally clear and calm. Lucy Stere, Year 11 is our photographer of the week as we jump into her Fantasy Forest design. https://t.co/HLXRloJMba
@TJWA_Ashford - Mar 17, 2021
It's wellbeing Wednesday. we want all of our students to recognise that success is not linear, there will be bumps in the road and times when you may feel like giving up. So, please remember, KEEP GOING! Give yourself that time…after all, I doubt icebergs form over night! https://t.co/KUTH6NcaxN
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