We believe that learning doesn’t just take place in the classroom so we offer a range of additional opportunities to further enhance children’s learning experiences, these include a wide range of clubs and extra-curricular activities. Click here for further details
Rise and Shine Breakfast Club – 7:45-8:45
Children are offered a healthy, balanced breakfast before the school day begins. Children can choose from juice or milk, cereal and toast. There are then a range of activities available for your child to participate in. If you wish your child to attend, please pop into the office or speak directly to our extended schools leader. The charge is £5 per child per day
Après School – 15:30-17:00
This exciting club offers a range of carefully selected extra-curricular activities every day. You will receive more information about these clubs throughout the year, please see below for our current list of Après School Clubs for the Autumn term. If there are any clubs which you would like to request then please contact our Extended Schools Leader here. The charge for our Après School Club is an average of £8.00 per day, depending on the club, this also includes a snack.
Twilight Time 17:00-18:00
Twilight Time will be led by our experienced Extended Schools Assistants. These sessions will be less formal than the Après School Clubs, but still offer children a broad range of experiences which will appeal to their interests. Depending on the children attending, Twilight Time may involve junk modelling, improving their skills and understanding of board games or creating a birthday card for their upcoming sibling’s
|My name is Stephen. I am Riley’s dad who is in Parsley.
I am Co – Treasurer of the PTCA
I like long walks and socialising.
|Wendy is mum of Riley in Parsley Class, has two older children in senior school and is a stand-up comic.
She is also joint-secretary of the PTCA.
|My name is Micol and my daughter Alys is in Parsley Class. I am Co-Chair of the PTCA. I also have a younger son called Evan and another one on the way due in February 2017!
I have been working in the non-for-profit sector for many years within events fundraising, marketing and social media. I am also training to become a breastfeeding supporter in Islington and regularly volunteer at local drop-ins.
I am a keen knitter and sewer, although not very accomplished! My family and I love to travel an enjoy escaping to the country at every opportunity!
I really look forward to an exciting year of events and activities at WPS and raising lots of funds!
|Olga is Co-Treasurer of the PTCA. Olga holds a degree in Computer Science and has got years of experience working in IT sector. She currently works as a Database Administrator with an insanely inspirational team of specialists providing statistical research in sports. Olga has particular interest in Open Source technologies. My SQL and Linux and solid experience with developing robust and efficient database systems starting from initial evaluation to final deployment. She lives in North London with her partner Phil, two young sons and two cats. Olga enjoys travelling, reading old school sci-fi novels, playing chess and spending time with her family. Fluent in English and Russian. Olga has joined PTCA when her eldest has started reception at Whitehall park school because she is very fond of the school amd the great community spirit there is around it and would like to help keep this fantastic spirit going. Olga say’s “We build the world around us and carry responsibility for it, if we sit and do nothing – nothing will happen.”|
|My name is Cheryl and I am the Volunteer Co-Ordinator of the PTCA. I spend a lot of my time volunteering at Whitehall park and look forward to working with lots of new people.
My Son, Ronnie, is in Lavender class and I have an older Daughter who is currently studying Animal management. I have a Dobermann called Kaiser and I am highly experienced with the Dobermann breed. I am a hairdresser by trade. I am very passionate about animals, love music, watching documentaries and enjoy spending time with my family.
|Tim is the Communications Officer of the PTCA.
Tim’s children are Eddie and Hazel. In Basil and Lavender. Tim lives next to the school on Gresley Road. He recently replaced the hinges on his oven door himself. Cycles everywhere. Has had a beard since before it was hip to have beards. Likes the band Queen.
|My name is Gary Fitzpatrick, I am Co-Chair of the PTCA.
I am Dad to Teddy in Basil class and Ryan in Parsley class. My wife, Tracy was Co- Chair of the PTCA for the past two years. We are both very passionate about WPS and this is the reason I joined the Committee.
I am a train driver on the Piccadilly line. I have an interest in all sports, especially football and I am a Tottenham Hotspur fan.