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Booking for Term 1 Now Open

Little Common After School Club * Icklesham Primary School Rye College Sandown Primary After School Club Pevensey & Westham Rye Area Schools Junior Club Pupils cannot join mid term at this school. New Monthly and Termly Payment options now available to help with the Cost of Living Crisis. Pebsham Community Hub To Register an interest in the proposed session please click here
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Success at PAWs

The after school table tennis launched in

September at Pevensey & Westham School

near Eastbourne has really taken off.

The club has a full house of pupils from

years 3 to 6 who are all making excellent

progress and are showing real promise for

the future.

Find out more about this opportunity.

Icklesham Primary Bounces into Action

We Support Child Friendly Sessionsns

Pebsham Session in the Planning

Get Your School Active

Ever thought of introcuing an after school club to your pupils. If so we could probably help organise and run it for you. We are looking at offering the sport to more Keys Stage 2 pupils in the area. Table Tennis is fun and can cater for children of all abilities. Click here to find out how we might help..

Young Ambassadors

Lead The Way

Two more of our young poeple at Rye

College have completed more than 50

hours of volunteering as part of the Table

Tennis England Young Ambassadors

Award. They following in the Steps of

former student Sean Lane who also

completed the award prior to Covid.


Icklesham Primary to Join

Table Tennis Rother

Icklesham Primary, near Rye, are joining forces with Table Tennis Rother to offer pupils the opportunity to play table tennis after school. We are delighted to work with the school as the opportunities conntacting to a Rye College project will open lots of opportunities for their pupils.

Rye College Invest in New


Rye College have taken delivery of some

new tables as part of their Open Schools

Programme. The tables, pictured above,

arrived in time of the Table Tennis Fun day

held during the February half term. The

event was also part of the open school

programme and attracted 12 students who

enjoyed a ffree day of table tennis.



Table Tennis Rother, following a visit to the

Pebsham Community Hub in Bexhill, are

currently in the stages of planning a new

session at the venue.

The sessions will initially be for 9 to 13 year olds. We are currently working with partners to bring this session onboard and hope to have some news during the summer. If all goes well the sessions should launch for the new school academic year in September.

Icklesham Primary School, near Rye, has

bounced into action with their new after school

table tennis club. With support from Active

Sussex children from years 3 to 6 are able to

enjoy weekly sessions of fun and skills

Icklesham demonstrates that the sport is an

ideal offering to pupils in a smaller rural school

where opportunities for sporting activities and

clubs may be limited. We have provided a total

of 3 tables which fit nicely in their small hall and

occupy very litte space when stored.

Any school looking for a new after school provision are welcome to contact us to discuss opportunities that table tennis can offer.

New Sidley Session

We have opened a new comminity session

in Sidley. Based at ChristChurch Methodist

Church in Springfield Road, the session is

open to all ages but its main focus is on

providing an additional activity for the

children and young people in the Sidley

area. Places will be limited at first but

spaces are currently filling up fast. To find

out more click here.