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Our Enrichment Programme fosters a flexible approach to learning in which each pupil can have an opportunity to gain positive benefits. For many young people involved in the programme they will gain new life experiences and develop new skills. In turn this will allow them to build positive relationships with their peers and staff alike. An important factor of the programme is that everyone can achieve something in the outdoor education setting and this will be evident as the young people’s self-esteem begins to develop.

Our enrichment lead oversees a range of activities including woodland craft, orienteering, archery and team building exercises.


Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a youth awards programme founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. It has three levels of award Bronze, Silver and Gold and is open for 14-24 year old’s.

The aim of the course is to build self-esteem, resilience, confidence and to develop team working skills.

During the course you will learn navigation and camping skills, Archery and volunteer within the community. All of the training you will be given will lead you to the final assessment which is the expedition where you can put the skills you have learnt into practice.

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