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Seaton St Paul's C of E After- School Clubs


Children are enjoying different after school clubs, where they can pick up a new hobby or interest, improve their skills and make new friends! 


Here are just some of the clubs that our children enjoy:





Fun P.E. Club (Year 3)



Computer Club

Gifted & Talented

Rota Kids



Multi Skills








Film Club


Computing Club

Construction Club

Football Club

Multi- Skills Sports Club

Children have been taking part in different sporting competitions throughout the year.

Tag Rugby



Allerdale Athletic Champions


Some of our children took part in competitions which they won and now go on to represent Allerdale in the Cumbrian finals.

The events they took part in were :  Obstacle,  1x1 Rely,  2x2 Relay,  4x1 Relay,    Chest push,  Speed bounce,  Standing long jump and Javelin.

Our Year 5/6 Netball Team


We are very proud of our netball team who took part in the competition at St.Joseph's School. Well done to everyone involved.

Year 3 and 4 Hockey Team


Children from years 3 and 4 took part in a hockey competition at Lakes College.

They came 3rd out of 9 schools, which is a wonderful achievement, well done.

Our School Choir 


Our school brought the Taylor Edmondson Trophy  back to school after winning the Under 12 Hymn Singing in the Workington 84th Musical Festival at the Carnegie Theatre.

Well done to everyone involved!

Get into Sport Activity


Some of our children had the opportunity to take part in an inter-school tournament with another school.

Well done to everyone involved! 

Hi 5 Netball Competition


Having only 2 weeks to learn the rules and only 1 practice game, our netball team won 2nd place beaten only by 1 goal difference.

Well done to everyone involved!


Halloween Disco

Residential Visits


Residential visits are a very important part of school life at Seaton C of E Junior School.


In Year 4 the children visit Birdoswald and the Roman Wall for a three-day/two night residential visit.  When in residence the children study the Romans.


In Year 5 pupils have the opportunity to attend one of the County's Outdoor Centres, Hawse End, which provides residential courses covering outdoor adventurous activities and environmental studies.  This proves to be a very popular visit and it adds significantly to the pupils' social, emotional and educational development.


In Year 6 the children go out of county on a three-day educational visit to Scarborough.