The Community Sports Foundation is able to help your school extend its provision by offering a variety of extra-curricular activities to suit the needs of your school and, more importantly, its pupils.

So far this academic year we have delivered more than 100 extra-curricular clubs to schools across Norfolk and North Suffolk.

After-School Clubs
The sessions run for an hour after school and can be booked and secured for the entire academic year with options to change the delivery topic for every half term block.

After School Club Booking Form

Lunchtime Clubs
Our lunchtime clubs provide an ideal opportunity for children to develop skills, engage in physical activity and broaden their experiences whilst making friends and, most importantly, having fun.

Lunchtime Club Booking Form

CSF will provide equipment where possible. Certain clubs will require the school to provide equipment.

To discuss the Foundation’s Extra-Curricular Clubs and available support in further detail, please contact our Schools Development Officer, on 01603 761122 or at [email protected]

A CSF football extra-curricular club will use the power of Norwich City Football Club to engage each participant through each session.

Children will learn techniques through a series of skill development drills and fun games that challenge their learning.

Each session will finish with a match to allow the pupils to perform what they have learned.

We have qualified coaches in many other sports which may be more engaging to pupils.

The sports that we can currently offer are:

  • Athletics
  • Active Canaries (incorporating Super Movers)
  • Basketball
  • Dance
  • Dodgeball
  • Foot-Golf
  • Handball
  • High 5 Netball
  • Gymnastics
  • Kwik Cricket
  • Mat-ball
  • Multi-Skills
  • Multi-sports
  • Kwik Cricket
  • Quicksticks Hockey
  • Quidditch
  • Rounders
  • Tag Rugby
  • Tennis
  • Tri-golf

As well as offering each of the individual sports, we also offer a Multi-Sports option which allows the school or participants to choose which sports that they would like to participate in each week.

For each sport, the children will follow a coaching plan based around the core techniques / topics of the sport; these plans follow a logical order, as often techniques lead on from another. The plans also follow an educational theme by setting aims and objectives for each session.