School Enrichment

Pupils can enjoy a range of activities, all of which contribute to our needs led Curriculum and are dependent on the needs of the boys. Individual pupils are encouraged to join in activities to support their individual needs and build their self-confidence and resilience. The final lesson of the day has become curriculum enrichment. These sessions have been planned to take in to account the interests and needs of the pupils. Where necessary pupils can also be offered modified timetable sessions to access extra sessions of enrichment.

Enrichment

Pupil representatives put forward ideas for new activities via the Student Voice. Recent suggestions that have already been put into action at Lunch and during lesson 6 include:

  • Slide, swings and trim trail
  • Reading
  • Football
  • Climbing Wall
  • Giant Sand pit
  • Pokémon club
  • Scooters, Bikes and skateboards
  • Art and DT
  • STEM
  • Cooking
  • Gardening
  • Golf
  • Mountain biking
  • Drama or social games
  • Lego therapy
  • Park run

Pupils are set a target of credits for the week, if this is achieved then they access 30 mins of rewards on Friday morning.Boys who have not achieved the grades have to catch up on work before accessing activities.

  • Scooters, Bikes and skateboards
  • Nerf guns
  • Laser tag
  • Scalextrics
  • Minecraft or WII
  • Remote control cars or bumper boats
  • Football
  • Lego
  • Basketball
  • Frisbee

The communication between home and school is excellent.

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