Following advice from UK Power we expect to open the school as normal on Thursday 27th June.

 

School Enrichment

Pupils can enjoy a range of lunchtime and after-school activities, all of which contribute to our Waking Day Curriculum and are dependent on the grades the boys achieved throughout the morning and afternoon sessions including all breaks and lunches. Boys who have been awarded Red or Amber grades have to catch up on work before accessing activities.

Individual pupils are encouraged to join in activities to support their individual needs and build their self-confidence and resilience. Parents and pupils are informed of the after-school activity programme and are encouraged to sign up for activities that interest them but will also help develop their social development.

Lunchtime

Pupil representatives put forward ideas for new activities via the Student Voice. Recent suggestions that have already been put into action at Lunch and Afterschool  include:

  • Archery
  • Adventure Playground & Swings
  • Reading
  • Football
  • Climbing Wall
  • Giant Sand pit
  • Educational Minecraft
  • Cooking
  • Nerf
  • Scooters, Bikes and Go-karts.

The VIP Room – Includes PS4/XBOX 1 plus Games Library, Gaming Chairs, Counter service Popcorn/Chocolate Fountain & Fruit /Milkshakes & Slushies Once a week (Gold’s  needed in Every Session for access)

The communication between home and school is excellent.

 

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