Extra curricular stuff. Hmm.
Daughter 1 (Y4, age 9): Mondays (occasionally, and if not too tired) - morris dancing 07:45 - 9:15 (it's meant to be adult time!); Tuesday - school orchestra 08:20 - 9:20, dance club at school 3:15 - 4:15; Wednesday - Art club at school 3:15 - 4:15; Thursday - Ballet 6:45 - 7:30 (about to give up as no longer enjoys it); Friday - flute lesson 4:30 - 5:00; Saturday - music centre 09:00 - 12:20 (choir, theory, junior orchestra, socialising).
Daughter 2 (Y2, age 7): Cake shop visits on Tuesday & Wednesday (3:15 - 4:15); Thursday - Piano Lesson 4:30 - 5:00; Saturday - music centre 09:00 - 12:20 (crotchets class, recorder lesson & percussion lesson (when teacher is there), socialising). Has no desire to go to any dance or other after school club and that's fine by us.
Then Daughter 1 is in the National Youth Folklore Troupe of England (aka NYFTE), with a 1 week residential at Easter, a couple of over-night workshops, and 3 or 4 festival weekends per year (and overseas trips every other year or so) - at the festivals, not a great deal of time is spent performing, so they go off in groups of 3 or more to play, shop, dance at ceilidhs... or sit in tent reading.
We also go off for other festivals that I perform at (although 1/2 the time I go on my own).
Other weekend activities: weekend before last, visited local ruined stately home & all tried stone carving; last weekend, went to mediaeval fayre (& shopping) in Gloucester on Saturday, then spent Sunday as extras on a film set.
We did used to spend weekends at home, but the children became **** - we need metal stimulation for them as well as physical.
Last week at school was 'creative arts week' - so no normal lessons. We really noticed it in the evenings - children would just not settle and needed their brains working before they would settle down to bed.
I should point out that I regularly check if each child wants to carry on doing what they do, and am happy for them to stop - there really is no pressure on them -- success is being happy & enjoying themselves. D1 wanted to join NYFTE after we 'dumped' her in a 1 hour workshop they were teaching last year whilst I performed outside - she insisted I take her back to the festival the following day so she could do the following workshop. Her request, unprompted.