Extra Curricular Clubs



Recently one of our pupils won the Southport Flower Show Garden Designer of the Year Award. Our Green Days involve everyone in learning to look after our school.


All Year 6 pupils are encouraged to carry out voluntary work at home or in the community, learn a new skill, try a new sport and learn about another culture. Mrs. Tither leads Rotary Club.


We love Wednesdays! The chefs provide the lucky staff with samples of their superb menus and are planning their own cookery book. Mrs. Whalley-Smith plans fabulous menus, helped by Mrs. Pederson.


Ethos Group

This group of pupils helps our headteacher, Mrs. Albion, to make sure that the ethos of the school is warm, welcoming, Christian, inclusive and reflects the values we have chosen to guide our learning for the whole of each child. Mrs. Showering channels their thoughts and ideas into positive actions that make a difference.

School Council

Representatives from children in years 3,4 5 and 6 speak up politely to represent the views of their peers in order to improve systems in school . e.g. playground leaders; work with the community; monitor speeding and parking issues; decide which charity needs our support next; and choose which play-ground toys we should buy.


Worship on Wednesdays with our Sunday School Teachers



The team are all in Year 5. Both girls and boys are keen to make everyone reduce the amount of waste and rubbish, re-use as much as we can and re-cycle everything possible.

Computing Club


Coding with Scratch is child’s play! Using new software for simple animation and developing games is fun. Computer Club is run for two half-terms per year by Mr Hunt for children in years 3 and 4. 

Chess Club


Chess is played at lunch-times during the colder months from Reception to Year 6. The club is run by Mrs. Freestone. The children love to beat the adults! The older children help to teach the younger children too.

Forestry Club


Stephen Atkins, from Wild Things Outdoors, runs a forest fun club once a week in the last half-term of summer. It is open to children from Reception to Year 6.

Lego Club


Children in Reception, Years 1 and 2 enjoy team-work challenges in Lego Club. Lego Club is run by Mrs. Cusick for two half-terms per year. 

Mad Science


“Mad Science,” scientists run a weekly club for children from reception to year 6 for one half-term every year. The children get hands-on with science in the most imaginative and stimulating ways possible. They watch spectacular demonstrations, discuss scientific phenomena and take home things that they have made themselves like bouncy balls, slime and more!

Craft Club


Children in years 3,4,5 and 6 have the chance to attend craft club through the year. Craft Clubs are run by Mrs. Gardner and Mrs. Jones. Most recently, the children have been making, ” A World in a Bag.”






Contact Us

Westhead Lathom St James

C of E Primary School

School Lane




L40 6HL

Phone: 01695 574 078