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Extra Curricular

After School Clubs

At Trinity:

  • We aim to raise the levels of pupils’ enjoyment and achievement by offering access to extended school enrichment activities
  • We are committed to offering all our families access to extra-curricular opportunities for their children, whether this be at break / lunch times, after-school, on Saturdays or during the holidays
  • Parents / carers / pupils are consulted as to their needs in respect of Out of School Hours Learning (OSHL) provision (via questionnaire / consultation during school council)
  • Every effort is made to match our provision to needs of pupils
  • Continuous effort is made to secure the funding necessary to provide the level of OSHL needed by our pupils
  • Funding is allocated to offer the “best match” possible
  • Every effort is made to offer appropriate opportunities for all ages / abilities with staff allocated to support this
  • When demand exceeds availability pupils are offered OSHL opportunities on a rotation basis
  • We also aspire to offering some form of “residential experience” on at least one occasion during their school career

Out of School Hours Learning.

 

At Trinity:

·         we aim to raise the levels of pupils’ enjoyment and achievement by offering access to extended school enrichment activities

·         we are committed to offering all our families access to extra-curricular opportunities for their children, whether this be at break / lunch times, after-school, on Saturdays or during the holidays

·         parents / carers / pupils are consulted as to their needs in respect of Out of School Hours Learning (OSHL) provision (via questionnaire / consultation during school council)

·         every effort is made to match our provision to needs of pupils

·         continuous effort is made to secure the funding necessary to provide the level of OSHL needed by our pupils

·         funding is allocated to offer the “best match” possible

·         every effort is made to offer appropriate opportunities for all ages / abilities with staff allocated to support this

·         when demand exceeds availability pupils are offered OSHL opportunities on a rotation basis

Out of School Hours Learning.

 

At Trinity:

  • we aim to raise the levels of pupils’ enjoyment and achievement by offering access to extended school enrichment activities
  • we are committed to offering all our families access to extra-curricular opportunities for their children, whether this be at break / lunch times, after-school, on Saturdays or during the holidays
  • parents / carers / pupils are consulted as to their needs in respect of Out of School Hours Learning (OSHL) provision (via questionnaire / consultation during school council)
  • every effort is made to match our provision to needs of pupils
  • continuous effort is made to secure the funding necessary to provide the level of OSHL needed by our pupils
  • funding is allocated to offer the “best match” possible
  • every effort is made to offer appropriate opportunities for all ages / abilities with staff allocated to support this
  • when demand exceeds availability pupils are offered OSHL opportunities on a rotation basis
  • we also aspire to offering some form of “residential experience” on at least one occasion during their school career

·         we also aspire to offering some form of “residential experience” on at least one occasion during their school career

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