Enrichment - In School and At Home
In school the children have the opportunity to take part in enrichment sessions every Friday afternoon. They put their names forward for the different groups available and are assigned a place for the term.
The sessions are led by teachers and support staff from across the school and include activities such as yoga, paper crafts, tap dance, percussion, singing and more. I'm sure if you ask any of the children they will be happy to tell you all about their sessions and what they do.
Free@Last kindly offered the children of St. Clement's use of their Climbing Wall and Recording Studio for a 6 week program. Children were selected across KS2 and have had a fabulous time learning new skills.
The children were selected on their interest in music and those who had never had such first hand experiences. The sessions have been a great success and we send lots of thanks to Free@Last and hope to repeat the program in the future with more children.
Enrichment at Home:
We encourage the children and parents and carers to get involved with 'Family Projects' set in half the school each half term. These see teachers set a project to be completed across the half term and have this year already included houses from the time of the 'Great Fire of London' in year 2, settlement villages from Anglo-Saxon times in year 4 and Victorian picture frames in year 6. The hard work from the children and parents can be seen in the photos below.
The next set of projects are being set just before we break up for Christmas and they are:
- Create a Super Hero Cape (Year 1)
- Construct a Bronze Age settlement (Year 3)
- Make a Tudor House (Year 5)
Make sure to check back next term to see photos of the exciting projects that will be completed and brought in to school.