At the school, we believe that a key role of secondary education is to prepare students for becoming lifelong learners. This means ensuring that our students not only learn core skills in English, maths and other curriculum subjects effectively but also develop important ‘skills for life’ such as self-awareness, compassion, teamwork, personal organisation and leadership.
While we have the highest expectations for our students within the classroom, this is only a part of the learning experience that we offer. We believe in providing a breadth of opportunities for our pupils that will give them the best possible foundations to carry forward into the next stage of their education.
An extensive range of extra-curricular activities are provided with both before, during and after school. As well as sports, activities involving music, food clubs, languages, science and art are provided by members of the school team, while external experts are engaged to run other clubs as diverse as kickboxing, and yoga amongst others!
We encourage the children to take part in our ‘Discovery Days’ such as World Book Day, Science Week, Roald Dahl Day, Cultural Day and many other specially themed days where the students celebrate, create projects and models and experience a totally different school day.
Please see below what else we offer to students to support their education and develop leadership skills: