Developing self-reliance, promoting citizenship and preparing our students to take their place in society with confidence and commitment
Complementing the taught curriculum, our extensive Enrichment Programme is designed to broaden our students’ horizons through a vibrant array of activities before and after the school day. We encourage our students to engage with the local community through charity work and as Student Leaders. We have close links with the National Citizenship Service which connects young people with volunteering opportunities and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme which is open to students from Year 9 upwards.
There are many excellent societies and clubs which include: choirs, concerts bands, drama productions, a debating society, football, netball, rugby, judo, mountain biking, school radio station, film making group, engineering and professional cookery to name but a few.
We are also keen to provide opportunities for our students to see the world and to learn outside the classroom. We typically offer a wide range of trips to various destinations:
- Art & Design Technology trip to New York
- History trip to the Battlefields in France and Belgium
- Modern Languages trips to Finland, Spain and France
- Physics trip to Switzerland
- Skiing in Austria and Italy
- Year 7 Bushcraft in Cheshire
Click here to view the Autumn/Winter 2018/19 timetable - including Music activities.