Our Co-Curriculum compliments, runs alongside and is embedded within our main curriculum. It is designed to develop the whole child to ensure that they thrive and achieve academically and personally.
During their visit in October 2023, Ofsted praised the work we do with our co-curriculum and cited this as a big part of why they graded Personal Development as 'Outstanding'. In their report they stated, "Leaders offer an extensive range of enrichment activities and clubs. These are popular, and take up is high. School trips and visitors broaden the experiences for all pupils. Pupils enjoy the opportunities to participate in a life skills week, where they learn about dog safety, road safety, water safety and practical life skills. The school wants pupils to access adventurous activities. This all helps to build pupils’ character and raise their aspirations. Parents and carers are actively involved in school life. Regular events and workshops help parents participate in school. Parents are very positive about the school, and they appreciate how well staff know their children. Parents gave many examples of how the school has helped their children and families." Ofsted October 2023.