Our Enrichment Offer
We are proud to provide an extended offer for all children in our school that allows them to explore their own interests and talents. The aim of this provision is to open up new opportunities and experiences. The enrichment offer is timetabled to run throughout the school week alongside of our classroom-based learning and offers anything from cooking to climbing. The sessions are provided by motivated members of school staff who are keen to share their own interests and talents with the children. Since implementing the Enrichment offer, staff have noted how well the children concentrate and engage in lessons when they return to the classroom.
Our Extended Offer
In addition to the curriculum that supports and extends learning in school we take up many opportunities that are offered to us by external providers. This encourages and fosters resilience in our children so that they are willing to try something new.
Ø We are part of the outreach programme associated with Nottingham University. This allows us to participate in any appropriate workshops throughout the school year and always introduces new opportunities to the children.
Ø We run a good range of very well attended sports clubs after school to enable the children to take part in and experience a variety of sports. These change each term and are run in partnership with the school. Our children also have the opportunity to represent the school in local sporting tournaments.
Ø There are also clubs to learn new skills, which have included eco warriers and newsletter journalism.
Residential visits take place to Hagg Farm and other Nottinghamshire adventure centres. This is a fabulous opportunity to develop independence away from home and to form life long friendships with peers as they all try out new activities. All visits take place after meetings have been held with parents to ensure that they are fully informed about accommodation, staffing and activities.
Our Forest School journey begins!
Every Friday, we have guest speakers joining our assembly. These assemblies are about raising our aspirations for the future. Our guest speakers talk to us about their job role, what they love about their job and what skills they have developed to be successful in their career.
Our guest speakers this half term include:
- A local vet from Vets for Pets in Sutton-in-Ashfield
- A volunteer working for Girlguiding
- Two instructors from Nottinghamshire County Council Outdoor Education
- A member of the Young Farmers Federation
- A lecturer and researcher from Liverpool University
- A local Firefighter from Sutton-in-Ashfield
If your child is interested in taking part in Girlguiding, Scouts or Young Farmer Club, please click on the links below: