Our enrichment offer

As well as the highest quality teaching and learning, we promise that every child will have the opportunity to….

  • Learn to respect our community
  • Learn to play an instrument
  • Learn to swim
  • Raise money for charity
  • Cook within D&T using recipes and creating our own
  • Learn to sew
  • Visit a concert hall
  • Take part in tournaments
  • Attend school discos
  • Take part in British Science Week
  • Make clay and pottery designs
  • Visit religious buildings
  • Go on an overnight educational visit
  • Take pride in their own creative achievements
  • Visit museums and galleries
  • Explore animals and their environments/habitats
  • Learn about different careers
  • Watch a pantomime or visit a theatre
  • Learn and build appropriate relationships
  • Compete in a sports day
  • Visit local care homes and have conversations with the older generation
  • Take part in World Book Day
  • Take part in a musical performance
  • Join a club
  • Learn about a range of different artists and art movements
  • Take part in Internet Safety Day
  • Learn a different language
  • Learn about different countries and cultures
  • Follow the DAaRT course and have a graduation assembly

Extra-curricular enrichment

We encourage all children to get involved in activities outside of their lessons; to enable them to try new things, meet new friends and develop new skills. We offer a number of free clubs that might interest your child, contact us to find out how to get involved.

Clubs we offer

  • Gardening
  • Dance
  • Football
  • Year 6 revision
  • Film
  • Construction
  • Choir
  • Yoga
  • Multi Skills
  • Young Voices

Pupil leadership

Our pupil leadership team empowers children within our academy and wider community to become ambassadors. The pupil leadership team plays an extremely important role in the academy by representing the pupil voice with their views on changes and improvements to academy life.

Members of the pupil leadership team have to demonstrate qualities such as the use of initiative; being a good role model to their peers and being able to share their ideas with others. It provides the children with the chance to develop new skills, become comfortable when speaking to adults or groups and improves their overall self-confidence, all important skills to have when they move on to the next stages of their education.

Pupil leaders are chosen by their class through a democratic voting system.