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The main objective of providing extracurricular activities after school hours is to raise achievement by motivating young people to become more effective learners. We do this through a diverse and varied menu of activities that enrich and extend the school curriculum. Programmes are organised out of normal school day Monday - Friday up to 6pm, Saturday mornings and every school holiday. This includes;
- Over 40 academic and recreational after school clubs
- Homework support scheme (Study Hall) targeting all pupils but particularly year 11s. All sessions are supervised by qualified staff, specialists in their subjects which are explicitly curriculum focused
- Providing access to specialist advice and support, to encourage participation including reading mentors and number partners.
- Revision centres operating during October, February and Spring holidays.
- Summer Holiday Programme and Saturday School opportunities for learning and enjoyment through recreational and educational experiences
- A range of academic support for students in KS3, GCSE, IB, A Level and more.
- A broad range of learning and leisure opportunities in partnership with the Voluntary, Community and Business sectors.
- Social and emotional development is a key feature of after school and weekend activities such as residential schools, sports, music, drama and vocational as well as academic opportunities
Information about what's on and where is displayed in every classroom. Some activities/clubs change on a termly or even half termly basis. The form tutor subject teachers and heads of year can all talk to you about the opportunities provided. It's up to every pupil to find out what's on and to get involved.