Breakfast and After School Clubs

PSCL, with support from schools currently provide a wide spectrum of extra-curricular sports and dance clubs to primary schools in and around Greater Manchester.

PSCL aims to develop primary school pupils’ physical literacy and generic motor skills. Extra-curriculur clubs allows children to access a broad diet of physical activity and gain lifelong skills. 

PSCL aims to provide primary school pupils with physical literacy and generic motor skills. After School Clubs allow children to access a broad diet of physical activity and lifelong skills. The services we offer are flexible and meet with your school’s extra-curricular needs. Below are the clubs we currently run in schools:

  • Infants Multi Skills
  • Junior Multi Sports
  • Football
  • Dodgeball
  • Dance / Cheerleading
  • Netball
  • Basketball
  • Gymnastics
  • Children’s Yoga and Mindfulness

Who pays for the clubs?

There are a number of ways in which the clubs are paid for and organised at our partner schools:
1) Managed by PSCL – Parents/carers will book and pay with PSCL directly via our online booking system. Payment is taken in half term blocks
2) Managed by school, paid by parents/carers – Parents/carers will book and pay with school directly. School will produce registers for our coaches for each club.
3) Managed by school, paid by school – Schools can access their Sports Premium Funding and Pupil Premium Funding to fund clubs.

Please get in touch at to find out more about our after school clubs and the availability we may have.


"Maths on the Move sessions are fun and engaging! The children have told us how much they enjoy the lessons and it's been great to see the pupils' confidence grow throughout the programme.

Crucially, the sessions can be adapted to meet the needs of your learners. Our teachers worked alongside the Maths on the Move tutors to create a bespoke sequence of objectives to help address gaps in pupils' knowledge and understanding."

Mr Andrew Bagguley, Acting Dep' Head Teacher

Broadstone Hall Primary School, Stockport

“Maths on the Move was lots of fun and a different way to learn with my friends. I enjoyed leaving the classroom and trying something new. I liked it was only a small group and not the whole class – as it is easier to say that you don’t understand something.”

Sophia - Year 6 pupil

"My daughter really enjoyed the Maths on the Move lessons she attended. I was pleased the school took part in this innovative programme, utilising a different approach to tackling tricky maths problems by using an active and interactive lesson. Thank you!” 

Sam - Parent / carer of a Maths on the Move pupil

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