Commercial Clubs

At Reigate Priory we have a wide and varied range of extra-curricular activities. 

These are run by external providers/companies. Although recognised by the school they are entirely separate concerns and therefore require payment. Registration/attendance is done directly with the provider/company. All enquiries regarding these clubs need to be made directly to the organiser of the club and not to the school.  


Commercial Clubs Start:                              Monday 22nd April 2024     

Commercial Clubs Finish:                            Friday 12th July 2024

Exceptions (No Commercial Clubs):           Half Term: Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May 2024

INSET Day (No Commerial Clubs):              Thursday 27th and Friday 28th June 2024

Total weeks of Commercial Clubs:              10-11 weeks

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Art (Colour Kids Club)

Athletics (Athletix Kidz)

Baking  & Cooking (Cheeky Cherries)

Chess (CCF)

Choir (Academy for the Love of Music)

Coding (Code Kids) 

Drama (Drama Kids)

Football (ESE Football)

French (Kidslingo)

Gymnastics (Star-Tastic) 

Netball - To register interest please email

Robotics (ROBO Fun)

Spanish (Martha Barajas Velasco)

Street Dance (Reigate School of Ballet) 

The Outdoors Project

Tennis (Reigate Priory Lawn Tennis Club)

Yoga (Yogamoo)

Music at Reigate Priory


Extra-curricular clubs are provided to children to further their learning and enjoyment at Reigate Priory. They are enrichment opportunities and should not be used as dedicated childcare before or after school. If you require before school childcare, places at the school’s Breakfast Club are available to book on WisePay. If you require after school childcare, please contact T-Club-6.

To ensure a fun and safe experience, children are expected to arrive with the correct clothing and equipment. Please support your child in this matter. If your child does not possess the correct kit for any activity, they may not be allowed to take part.

All children are expected to demonstrate a high standard of behaviour for any activity or club. Should their behaviour be deemed unacceptable, particularly with regards to safety, they may not be allowed to participate and may lose their place in that club.

Attendance does not guarantee that any child will represent the school at events or competitions. Children who are selected to represent the school must demonstrate high standards of behaviour, both in and out of school.

Commercial clubs are entirely separate from the school. Any issues, problems or queries, such as those regarding cancellation, should be made directly to the provider of that club.