Welcome to our Community Noticeboard!

This is where we put links to interesting clubs, fun things to do, local events and anything else we can think of that you might like to enjoy out of school time.

We have put together an overview of clubs that we are aware of in the local community (please use the link below)- we would love to keep adding to this. If you know of something fun coming up, or you’re a member of a club and you’d like us to put a link on this page, please contact the school office or email Miss Ireland at kireland@bowerham.lancs.sch.uk.

Clubs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scotch Quarry Village Green

The community initiative Scotch Quarry Village Green currently runs:

Every Monday morning 9-10.15am: Free Sitpot Introduction in Scotch Quarry lower woods.  

A connection practice akin to Mindfulness, helping us relax, sharpen senses and feel more alive and nourished

  • There are limited spaces so please book through a message on the fb page scotchquarryvillagegreen OR email scotchquarrycommunitygarden(at)gmail.com
  • Please let us know your total number + ages of children coming. Adult participation required! – max three kids to one adult.

all details and info are to be found on:

or contact scotchquarrycommunitygarden@gmail.com to be added to mailing list/ask questions

 

Family Learning For You And Your Child

Face to face courses are now running in school! Starting late September we will be hosting courses for you and your family to enjoy!

Keep an eye on the Parentapp – all promotions, dates etc will be sent through that!

Looking forward to seeing you very soon!

Extended Services

 

Clubs held in school

Community Clubs For Adults  and Children

These clubs run every week when  If you would like to join please contact Mrs Steel (extserv@bowerham.lancs.sch.uk) or the office on 01524 63999 for Club Leaders contact numbers.

Lancaster 5th Beavers, Cubs and Scouts use the school field each week – contact school for further details.

Monday

Adult, Teenager Karate Class Sensai Angharad  7pm – 9pm Old Hall

Tuesday

Train 4U- Using the Old HALL  from 6pm – 7pm every Tuesday – Fitness class with a difference .

Pupil led classes only with Sensai Andrea. There are currently 3 spaces available due to grading. The class runs from 3.20- 4.05pm on Tuesday afternoons in the Sport’s Hall  – please contact Mrs Steel via email on extserv@bowerham.lancs.sch.uk or on 01524 63999 to join or to be put on the waiting list.

The second class runs from 4.05pm for those children who have passed lower gradings on an invitation basis only.

Community Karate – Sensai Andrea – Sports Hall – 6.30pm – 8pm

Wednesday

Community Karate – Sensai Andrea – Sports Hall – 7.15pm – 8.15pm

Train 4U – Adele – Sports Hall – 6pm – 7pm

Thursday

Adult New Fitness Classes – 6.30pm – 7.30 pm  -This class does not run in July and August.

Adult and Child Karate Classes  Sensai  Ian, Sensai Mark and Sensai Ian – 7pm – 9pm Old Hall

Friday

Community Karate – Sensai Andrea – Sports Hall – 4.30pm – 6pm

Sunday

Trinity Church meetings at 10.30am – Old Hall – all welcome. Entrance through the main reception/ entrance glass doors.

Once a Month Meetings

Women’s Institute  – Every third Monday – Old Hall – 7.30pm – 9.15pm

Lancaster History Society – Every first Wednesday – Old Hall   7.30pm – 9.30pm

Athletics Clubs in the Local Area

Lancaster and Morecambe Athletics Club

http://www.lancasterathletics.co.uk/juniors

Athletics Clubs in Lancaster

Swimming

Lancaster City Swimming Club

http://laswpc.com/

Carnforth and District Amateur Swimming Club

http://www.carnforthotters.co.uk/

Tennis

Lancaster Tennis Club

http://www.lancastertennis.co.uk/Juniors.html

Tennis clubs in Lancaster
Football in Lancaster

Football

Galgate Football Team:  Our U10’s team (school year 5) are currently looking for new players to join them. Training is every Wednesday 6-7pm at Galgate Football Field, Main Road. (Behind the Plough Inn). Please message Steve 07709 538265 for more info or pop along on a Wednesday at 6pm.

Highgrove FC: http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/highgrovecoltsfc/21324/Home

Storeys of Lancaster: http://storeys-of-lancaster-fc.footballkit.co.uk/

Lancaster Giants: http://www.lancastergiants.org.uk/

Lancaster City Youth: http://lancastercityyouth.co.uk/

Little Kickers: http://www.littlekickers.co.uk/

Gymnastics and Trampolining

City of Lancaster Gymnastics

http://lancastergymnastics.co.uk/

Garstang School of Gymnastics

http://www.garstangschoolofgymnastics.co.uk/ 

Gymnastics and Trampolining near Lancaster
Enjoy a ball lancaster

All Round Ball Skills

Enjoy a Ball

http://enjoy-a-ball.com/

Uniformed Groups

Beavers, Cubs & Scouts

For over a hundred years, West Lancs Scouts has helped children and young people develop skills for life and supported them to develop as responsible and active members of their community. The last year has been incredibly challenging for us all, but particularly young people. We believe we can offer children a change for more green time and less screen time. By getting young people outdoors and taking part in hundreds of different activities we want to support a generation of young people with their mental health and wellbeing. We offer something for everybody, for young people aged from 5 ¾ to 18yrs as Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and eventually Explorer Scouts and it’s not just for boys – more than 1/4 of our youth membership is female.

Scouting is affordable and we want every young person to have the chance to benefit from what we have on offer. So, I’ve attached a flyer and would really appreciate it if you could share this electronically with your pupils and parents. 

If you have any more questions, or would like to find out more about Scouts, then please get in touch.

Roy Aldwin MBE

County Development Officer

West Lancs Scouts

 Mobile:      07827 344135 / Office: 01995 61336

Website:    www.westlancsscouts.org.uk

Facebook: @WestLancsScouts

Twitter:      @WestLancsScouts

We prepare young people with skills for life

 Registered Charity Number: 521712

Brownies and Guides

Guiding is the UK’s largest youth organisation for girls. Rainbows are aged 5-7, Brownies 7-10, and Guides are 10-14. Guiding is open to girls of all backgrounds, religions, abilities and nationalities. Girls in Guiding have fun, learn, and make friends.

We have many Units across the area, please go to www.girlguiding.org.uk/interested to find your nearest Unit and register your interest.
Rainbows are aged 5-6
Brownies are aged 7-9
Guides are aged 10-14
Brownies and Guides
Hadashi Karate at Bowerham

Karate

Karate is hosted at Bowerham School in the Lower Hall each Tuesday and is run by Sensei Andrea Carbon. You can apply for her classes and find out more about it at her website which is at http://hadashimartialarts-lancaster.co.uk/

Sensei Carbon also runs a scholarship called ‘The Nina Chenault Scholarship for Primary Academic and Athletic Development’ The scholarship provides karate tuition at no cost to student recipients but students need to train at least twice a week and maintain good standing and behaviour in school. Students will still be required to pay for club membership (licenses), gradings and karate uniforms, however, it is hoped that we might be able to obtain good second-hand uniforms through donations. Recipients from low income and disadvantaged backgrounds will be considered. Awards are limited to 5 at any one time. Please see the Hadashi website for more information.

Performing Arts

The Dukes Youth Theatre
LUDUS Dance offers a range of classes for all youth ages:
Stagecoach Performing Arts:
This company are based at the Storey in town and are primarily music-focused:
More Music:
Lancaster Community Music Centre is run at the Boys’ Grammar on Saturday mornings, with lots of classes and ensembles for all ages:
The Drama Factory is run by Ginny Scott who runs drama sessions: