Enrichment Programme

 

At The Ravenshall School, we offer a lot more than national curriculum. We offer a wide range of activities to all students from all year groups. Enrichment helps students to develop their interests and abilities, provides valuable learning experiences outside their studies, and promotes independence and interpersonal links with students in other years.

Students can take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Students follow a programme of activities in order to achieve Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award.

   

 

Clubs and activities take place at lunchtime and after school, incorporating interests such as ICT Club, Football Club, craft and design. If a particular interest is not covered, we support our pupil in starting their own clubs.

Students are also given opportunities to visit amazing places as part of Enrichment. 

“Exciting", "interesting", "challenging" and "fun" are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the Enrichment programme at Ravenshall School


Duke of Edingburgh Award

Duke Of Edingburgh's Award

Students can take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Students follow a programme of activities in order to achieve Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award.

Horticulture

Green Fingers:

Horticulture started at Ravenshall with the odd ‘Environmental’ lesson, weeding and planting in the old ‘quad’ area. 

The Zone

In The Frame:

The Zone was set up at Ravenshall in September 2012, as an enrichment provision to maximise the engagement and motivation of pupils across the curriculum


 

 

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