We have a range of lunchtime clubs running throughout the week for students. Not all clubs run all year round.
Examples of current lunchtime clubs running:
Complex and Sensory Needs Sensory disco
Overview of clubs which run when staffing permits:
This is run in separate sessions by our PE staff for primary and secondary FE in the sports courts outside.
This is for secondary pupils and year 5/6. Pupils are allowed time to ride on scooters under close supervision. Pupils are given safety equipment such as knee pads and helmets to wear.
This is held once a week in the games courts and run by our PE staff.
Teacher led to work on hand eye coordination and tennis skills.
Run by an outside dance teacher in the sensory theatre. This teaches fun dance steps and routines in a range of styles.
Martin works with students on song writing and editing using music technology.
Pupils have a chance to learn how to play the xylophone and have a chance to play together as a group.
Pupils are given help and support to understand the world of computer coding and programming.
Arts and Craft club
This is a chance for individuals to work on small projects and develop art and planning skills.
This is a very popular club for secondary and FE students to paint their nails and have their hair styled. It is run by our own staff who are beauty trained.
A popular club to build models over time. Staff support to help follow diagrams, model building and develop creativity.
Sensory Story Club
This is a club for our Access learners and is run by our music team. Learners experience and take part in a sensory story with music, images and props.