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Wellbeing Fridays -

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At Haverfordwest High VC School we fully recognise the importance of looking after our emotional health and well-being. That is why, our pupils are offered the opportunity to leave early on a Friday afternoon to pursue their own hobbies and interests, or to stay and participate in one of the activities we have on offer at school. All sessions are open to all genders. Most activities are on the school site and will start at 2.00pm and finish at 3.15pm. If there are any differences in time, location, or start date, they will be outlined below. 

What activities are on offer?




Parkour is the primarily non-competitive physical discipline of training to move freely over and through any terrain using only the abilities of the body, principally through running, jumping, climbing and quadrupedal movement. It focuses on developing the fundamental attributes required for movement, which include functional strength and fitness, balance, spatial awareness, agility, coordination, precision, control and creative vision.

The club will finish at 3:15. 



Come along and try your hand at cricket! You can meet new friends and enjoy the chance to get active on a Friday.  All equipment is provided and the classes are suitable for all levels of fitness.

Tennis will help your child improve their balance, speed and even concentration. Your child will also learn about respect, teamwork, and fair play as they develop their tennis skills.




Come and try golf! These sessions will introduce pupils to the basic techniques of golf in a relaxed, fun environment. The sessions take place at the Haverfordwest Golf Club

Meet behind the heller-up at 1:45. This club will finish at 3:15 and pupils will be brought back to HHVCS.




Tennis can help improve balance, speed and even concentration, so why not give it a try?  Pupils will also learn about respect, teamwork, and fair play as they develop their tennis skills.

Meet in the Sports Hall at 2pm and don't forget your kitThe club will finish at 3:15.


Minecraft Club  


Would you like to be involved in a huge community build? We are looking to build our new school in Minecraft, are you up for the challenge? 

Meet in MC10 at 2pmThe club will finish at 3:15.


Football - 4G Pitch


An opportunity to practise your football skills, have fun and get fit!

This activity will take place every week

Meet on the 4G Pitch at 2pm and don't forget your kitThe session will finish at 3:15.


Olympic Weightlifting  

For these sessions pupils will be in the safe hands of the SAW staff going through a strength and conditioning programme. If pupils are interested in improving  personal fitness whilst in the gym, and enjoy lifting weights, then this is something they should sign up for. 

Please meet in the Sports Village/SAW studio at 2pm. The session will finish at 3:15.

 If you sign-up there are two permission forms that need to be filled in by a parent/carer in order for you to secure your place-one for the school and one for SAW academy.

Cooking Club 


We are offering students the opportunity to learn how to cook some delicious meals and deserts. Students will need to bring their own container with them each week in order to take home their delicious creations. 

 Meet in food tech room D2 at 1:45pm. The club will finish at 3:15

 How do I sign up?

Parents/Carers will be able to sign up via Parent Mail and will be sent notification of how and when they are able to do this before the start of each half term.

Numbers of students are limited and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Once signed up, students will receive a confirmation email or message. Assume a place has been allocated unless  contacted by the school. Each half term the registers will refresh and students can sign up for something else. Students should aim to pick different clubs each half term as if the activity is oversubscribed, students who have already completed that club may be asked to choose another club with available space.
If you have any problems or queries then please email or visit student reception.


What commitment am I making by signing up?

Signing up means that students are committed to attend the chosen activity for the full half term. For example, if students have chosen a Cooking activity, they must attend Cooking each Friday during that half term. Students are not permitted to swap activities without seeking permission from the staff in charge of Wellbeing Friday in reception. 

We have a duty to make sure everyone is safe and accounted for at school – as a result, a weekly register will be taken by the providers. If students can’t attend a session, the usual attendance procedures apply. Alternatively parents could email or  if it is urgent please ring reception.

   This way, we will know where students are and that they are safe if they have not attended the planned activity. As such it is important that the student turn up on time so they are not marked as absence on the register. Students will need to make their own arrangements home.