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The ASA programme is carefully planned to provide a variety of clubs and activities for all children to broaden their opportunities to learn, play and have fun. The programme is run on a term-by-term basis, usually beginning in the second week of each term and finishing at the end of the second-last week of a term. At the beginning of each term, or possibly at the end of the previous term, we may host an After Schools Activity Fair, where external providers have an opportunity to share with both parents and students what is on offer. ASAs offered by Norwich staff are promoted via email to parents and choices are subsequently made. ASAs take place after school from 3.05 to 3.50pm.
In Early Years, when ASAs are in operation, the Kindergarten and Reception students involved are taken to their ASA, or to the Softplay Area to await being picked up. Year 1 and 2 students are taken to their ASA, or to the Primary Dining Hall to await being picked up. Year 3 to 6 students are released by their period 8 teacher and then go to either their ASA or are taken to the Primary Dining Hall by the period 8 teacher or Homeroom teacher to await being picked up.
At the end of an ASA, if a parent or guardian is not there to collect the student, the Kindergarten and Reception students are taken to the Softplay Area, the Year 1 to 6 students are taken to the Primary Dining Hall, where they will be supervised until their departure.