We offer a skills based enriched curriculum, which has a broad impact on children’s learning, their wider personal development and well being. We believe that in order for a child to become successful in their future learning and life it is important to actively teach life skills.
Every enrichment creates an opportunity for your child to learn a range of life skills.
Experiences and opportunities are provided outside the regular curriculum which broaden children’s horizons and introduce new possibilities.
There may be a chance to attend trips, work with specialised professionals and use materials beyond the normal range of resources.
Our Enrichment program runs twice a year for six weeks on a Friday afternoon. Children are asked to select their top three choices and they are allocated an appropriate enrichment.
For further details or if you wish to help by contributing time or resources, please contact Mrs A Nicholson.
Have a look at some of the Enrichment we have provided:
|Collaboration, communication, concern for others, personal safety, making a contribution to group effort||
“In horses and ponies I have developed: cooperation, communication and I worked in a group. My favourite part was drawing the horse.” Ali Yr 6
“I enjoyed riding the horses and seeing the different horses, I also contributed to producing a great piece of art!” Goda Yr 5
|Archery||Critical thinking, personal safety, healthy lifestyle, self responsibility, self discipline, resilience||“I enjoyed 3D felting, it involved art and I love art. I had to imagine and think deeply about my next creation.” Ameena Yr 6|
|Cookery||Healthy lifestyle choices, disease prevention, personal safety, wide use of resources, marketable skills, planning and organising|
|1st Aid||self-discipline, personal safety, illness prevention, concern for others , social skills, empathy|
|Soft toys||Self-motivation, problem solving, planning and organising, resiliency, critical thinking, co-operation|
|Felting||Team work, wide use of resources, creative thinking, planning, decision making, self -discipline|
|Self motivation, communication, sharing, planning and organising, decision making, self esteem|
|Button Art||Problem solving, decision making, wide use of resources, planning, cooperation, communication, team work|
|Learning to Drive||Learning to learn, decision making, personal safety, stress management, self-responsibility, self-discipline|
|School of Rock||Self-esteem, resiliency, conflict resolution, wide use of resources, motivation contribution to group effort|
|Forest Skills||Teamwork, social skills, self-esteem, personal safety, problem solving|