PE Extra Curricular timetable:
- Be ready – eat your lunch outside and wait patiently for us to let you in at 12:40. Please bring a pair of trainers and change into them. Students without a change of footwear will be denied entry.
- Be respectful – Remember, PE staff are facilitating physical activity during lunchtime for your benefit. Be respectful and kind by complying and making the right choices throughout. When lunchtime club ends, return equipment and exit the sports hall as soon as possible.
- Be safe – keep yourself and others safe.
Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze Award 2022/2023:
Why do DofE?
Achieving the Bronze DofE Award is a brilliant way for students to discover just how much they are capable of. It gives young people the chance to make new friends, follow their passions, learn new skills, and make a difference in our community.
The DofE is non-competitive and a powerful way for every young person to build belief in themselves, whatever their background, interests, and abilities.
To achieve the Award, students must complete a personal programme of activities in four sections: volunteering, physical, skills and an expedition.
The Award is designed to enable young people to help others in the community, get fitter, develop skills, and go on an expedition. The Award is internationally recognised and is looked at favourably by employers, colleges, and universities.
Young people can choose what they would like to do for the first three sections, and we will provide all the guidance and support they need. The Expedition involves spending two days and one night in the countryside. We provide comprehensive training beforehand to ensure everyone is fully prepared and has the best possible experience. We deliver the expedition section of the Award and support students with the other sections. It is the student’s responsibility to organise and complete the other three sections on their own. For more information see the links below: