Read on to find out more about the variety of clubs we offer before, during and after school.

DayClubWhereDatesTimeYear Group
MondayGuitar/Ukulele - Mr J King
Music room
JAM Club - Mrs R WhiteMedia suite11.6.18-23.7.1812.30pm-1pmY3-Y4
Roaring Rugby - Mr J AsherField/hall11.6.18-
TuesdayPiano - Miss K ApplebyMusic room5.6.18-24.7.18

Gym Club - Miss M SheridanHall5.6.18-
Cricket Club - Mrs J Brown/Mr P GaffneyField5.6.18 - one only3.15pm-4.15pmY5-Y6
Wednesday Guitar - Mrs M Clements
KS2 library


Strings - Mrs S Parkinson

Music room



Woodwind/Brass - Mrs J BuckleyMusic room6.6.18-4.7.1810.30am-3pmY3-Y6
ESC Football - Jordan


ThursdayPiano - Miss K ApplebyMusic room7.6.18-19.7.18All dayVarious
ESC Dodgeball - Toby
FridayVocals - Miss K Appleby
Music room8.6.18-20.7.18All dayVarious
Gym Club - Miss M SheridanHall8.6.18-


Let me introduce myself, I am Kelly Appleby vocal teacher at Malmesbury C of E Primary School. I am a vocal coach with 8 years experience as a peripatetic teacher having graduated from Southampton University with a Masters in Music and Performance. My background is a mix of Classical and Musical Theatre but I also teach pop and modern.

My aim is to help the children gain confidence and high self esteem so that they can get the best out of their singing.  I like to balance my lessons so that each pupil grasps the theoretical side of music as well as the practical to enhance their learning and to take them through music exams, if they and yourself so wish.

I enjoy arranging music for choirs and small vocal groups and I hope to continue this.

Information to follow shortly.

Instruments are available to hire at very reasonable rates.

Please contact for more information.

Strings with Mrs S Parkinson

High quality string teaching is offered by a professional performer and fully qualified, experienced teacher.

Violin, Viola and Cello are currently available to learn in school on Wednesday mornings 8.30-10.30am.  All abilities welcome, whether just learning to play for fun or aiming for ABRSM music exams.

Lessons can be either individual or shared, and a taster lesson can be arranged initially so that your child can try the violin before starting.

Information to follow shortly.

The Music for Schools Foundation

The Music for Schools Foundation is a registered charity that provides group instrumental teaching in many schools across the UK and is currently running in your child’s school offering tuition in Clarinet, Flute, Sax and Cornet/Trumpet.

We like to give our pupils the opportunity to perform at school events, and we often enter pupils for exams with the Associated Board. Our pass rate is usually around 98%!

If you are interested in your child having instrumental lessons and would like further information, please visit our website ( or call us on 0845 375 2466.

JAM club stands for Jesus and Me. It is a free lunchtime club for any child in year 3/4 which takes place in the Media Suite after the children have eaten their lunch.

The session aims to be fun with a variety of bible stories often involving drama, singing, crafts and games. All children are very welcome.

Rachel White

Essential Skills Coaching (ESC)

More information and contact details are available via Facebook, click on the button below for the link.

Information to follow shortly.

Information to follow shortly.

Roaring Rugby – currently on hold

We provide an after-school club on Monday afternoons between 3.15pm and 4.30pm, bookings can be made through our website at the beginning of each term (please see link below) and you can sign up your child termly which consists of between five and six sessions.

We award every child with a certificate at the completion of each term. This is bronze, silver, gold or platinum depending on progression and attendance. The club is split between KS1 and KS2, with a coach leading each group. We start with non-contact rugby and move up to contact rugby at the age of eight where we learn how to tackle and play transitional contact.

Roaring Rugby splits each year group into big cats Reception (cubs), Year 1 (Cheetahs), Year 2 (Leopards), Year 3 (Lions), Year 4 (Tigers), Year 5 (Jaguars), Year 6 (Panthers) and each award is based on these hierarchy of cats.

Roaring Rugby currently coaches over one thousand children each week in twenty-six local primary schools within Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire and employs six lead UKCC qualified coaches and three assistant coaches. In 2015, we began a coaching partnership with two Compass International Schools in Doha, Qatar.

Every Easter and Summer holidays we deliver a rugby camp at Minety RFC which is one of the local feeder clubs. These are very popular and a chance to meet new friends and play with children from many local schools.

Please contact Chris Andrew on or phone 07867317206 for more details

Kelly studied Music at Southampton University under the tutelage of Keith Davis. On completion of her undergraduate degree the Music School invited her to stay on to complete a combined Masters in Musicology and Performance. This gave Kelly the opportunity to perform abroad with a variety of choirs and orchestras as well as performing twice at the Royal Albert Hall in London, playing the role of Belinda in Purcell’s Dido & Aeneas at Southampton’s Nuffield Theatre and being aired on Chris Evan‘s BBC Radio 2 show.

On completion of the post graduate degree Kelly continued with her performing career working as a session singer for up and coming composers whilst building up a reputation as a vocal coach. Kelly has trained a variety of ages and abilities with many of her pupils going onto study music at university and drama college. She has also coached children in the West End helping them to gain parts in Matilda and Les Miserables.

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