School Enrichment

Curriculum Enrichment

We are committed to creating opportunities for all our pupils that enrich their learning and social skills.  We offer a diverse range of after school clubs through which we make the most of our staff knowledge and expertise. Details of clubs on offer are sent out at the beginning of each term.

Community Engagement

We are not only committed to making strong links within the school but we extend this ethos out into the local community. We frequently invite carefully selected organisations in to the school to expand the children’s knowledge of their community for both social and educational benefit.

School Trips

We are committed to providing out-of-school opportunities for our children. Educational visits enable us to take children’s learning to a higher level and provide them with experiences that help them to put practical skills and other learning into real life practical situations.

As well as a range of day trips which support the curriculum we also hold two residential trips , one in KS3 and one in KS4. The children have the opportunity to take part in a range of activities, including kayaking, orienteering and bush craft, which test their ability to communicate, negotiate and push themselves.

 

 

 

There is a lovely feeling at school, it is always very positive, warm and welcoming – Parent 

 

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