Additional Curriculum Experience Days are designed to extend and enrich the student experience in school. Students are encouraged to participate in activities which may be different and new to them, that will challenge them, and promote characteristics such as Partnership, Resilience, Integrity, Determination and Effort.
Key Stage 3
Each year group will participate in three cross-curricular project/activities as shown below.
Key Stage 4
Year 11 – 1 day each for core subjects
Year 10 – 1 day each for option block subjects
Themes for 2017/18
||Performing and Visual Arts
||Option Block 1
||Option Block 2
| 12||Making a successful start to sixth form||Careers||UCAS|
| 13||UCAS||Study Skills ||Broadening horizons|
In the summer term, there will be a block of 3 ACE Days, 11th - 13th July 2018. The majority of activities offered will last for the three days. Students will stay with the same staff and group giving them the opportunity to become fully involved in an activity. It provides a safe, structured opportunity where students can enjoy new experiences and gain new skills. The week will give students the chance to be active, to participate, take on responsibility and show maturity. It is a time to have new experiences that will make students more aware of what they can do in the future.
Activities could be based on site, involve a trip on one or more days or could involve a residential. Each opportunity will offer an exciting learning experience, for example, Battlefields tour, PE residential, dance workshop, geography fieldwork, or primary schools sports festival.