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Impact Activity Clubs / FAQs 2023 - 2024


Who are Impact Activity Clubs Ltd?
Impact Activity Clubs (IAC) are managed by our Sports Coach Mr Godley, who has over 20 years of experience working with children and young adults in the Sports Sector, including 10 years as an Academy Coach at Watford F.C.
Mr Godley has worked at Longfield Primary for 6 years, holds an up-to-date DBS, Level 3 Emergency Aid Certificate, and is qualified and insured to coach a variety of primary school activities such as:
Football, Korfball, Basketball, Cricket, Athletics, Tag Rugby, Uni Hockey, Dodgeball, Handball, Fitness. 


Please see the timetable for more details.


If you have any queries related to any Impact Activity Clubs please contact us using the information below:


Impact Activity Clubs
Longfield Primary School
Dukes Avenue
North Harrow

Contact: Mr D Godley (Director & Coach)
Tel: 07496 542555 (Please text in the event of not being able to answer)



All you need to know - FAQs


How do I sign up?

Click on the club you would like to book on the Clubs Timetable.  If you are not already signed up, you will need to create an account. Once you have registered you can book and pay for the club.
Click the following link to sign up: Impact Activity Clubs


All clubs are paid in advance for the term. No cash is taken. You will need to register your details and pay before you can be accepted on any of the clubs. Please note all payments are non-refundable once you are signed up to a club. 


All communication should come through Impact Activity Club Director Mr Godley. The school office do not take emails and calls on the clubs behalf. Any queries relating to clubs please email or call to 07469 542555.

Who leads the Clubs?

Mr Godley is the Impact Activity Clubs Director, overseeing all staff and activities. We have a team of 6 staff who all work as Teachers or TA’s within Longfield Primary during the school day. All Club Leaders & assistants are DBS checked, and have significant experience working with children.

What does my child need to bring/wear?

We ask that children wear suitable clothing for each activity club. For non-sport classroom based activities, school uniform is permitted, however for Art/Cooking, we ask parents to provide an apron/old shirt/sweater to wear over the top of their uniform. For indoor sports, a t-shirt, shorts, socks and trainers are fine, and for outdoor sports it may be best to wear a tracksuit and even a coat. Football/Cricket will be played on the MUGA unless it’s in spring/summer, so players should wear shin pads and trainers. Every child should bring a non fizzy drink to each club.

What will my child learn?

Each club has a framework of skills and knowledge to learn each week. All clubs will look to challenge individuals at an appropriate level for their age and ability. The emphasis will always be on improving confidence, skills, knowledge, and ultimately having lots of fun in the process! 

My child is a beginner, can she/he still sign up?

Yes! Our activity clubs are for all abilities, girls and boys alike.

Where do the children meet?

A.M Clubs: We ask parents to drop their children at the GLASS STAIRCASE AT THE FRONT PLAYGROUND no earlier than 7.55.AM where the Club Leader will meet the group.
P.M ARRIVAL: KS1 children are escorted to their club by a teacher from their class. KS2 children leave their class at the end of the day and meet their Club Leader in the specified room. (Parents will receive notification with details of the club and room locations.)

Where do I collect my child from? (P.M only)

P.M COLLECTION – Children will be signed out from the GLASS STAIRCASE FRONT PLAYGROUND (opposite staff car park) AT 4:30PM. Parents must come into the playground to collect. Please do not ask children to meet you outside of the school entrance.

My child has medication at school, can they access this during club if needed?

No. Medication at school should not be removed from your child’s class. We ask that parents pack additional medication such as epi-pens/inhalers in their child’s bag for every activity club. This way, medication will not be taken home by accident and leave the school without it if needed. In the event of a child not having their medication they may not be able to participate in the activity club.

I cannot attend an activity club, what is the process?

The session will of course still take place, as we have other children taking part. There will be no refunds or adding sessions that a child missed to the next term’s booking. If you know in advance that your child will be absent, please email or send a text to Mr Godley 07469 542555.

What happens if the weather is bad during an outdoor session?

All outdoor activity clubs will go into a hall/classroom in the event of adverse weather where the activity will continue.

Are numbers limited?

Yes, numbers are limited.  Each class will have a different limit depending on the activity.  Please book early to avoid disappointment. 

Insufficient take up at a Club

For an Activity Club to run we require a minimum of 8 children booked on to the course. In the event of not reaching this number we will inform parents/guardians, and offer an alternative club or full refund.


For all Impact Activity Club Policies please click here: Policies

What happens if my child requires first aid?

Mr Godley holds the Level 3 Emergency Aid Award and will have a first aid bag available at each club. He will also have a mobile phone to contact parents in the event of an emergency. All contact numbers will be on a register at each session.

Behaviour & expectations?

It is important that children understand that they are responsible for what they say and do, and all children have the right to enjoy themselves to the full no matter what their ability or previous experience. In the event of a child not behaving appropriately during clubs, we will first inform their parent/guardian, and if poor behaviour continues they may be excluded from the club.

What about Covid-19?

Where possible we will try to avoid unnecessary contact, and encourage regular hand sanitation. Indoor activity clubs will be ventilated by opening windows, and equipment will be wiped down where possible.. If your child shows any symptoms of Covid-19 please follow government guidelines


We look forward to seeing you there! 😊