At Grange, we organise clubs that provide the opportunity for pupils to participate in a range of engaging activities.
Grange Academy is a Unicef Gold Rights Respecting School and promotes the following:
Article 15: (Freedom of Association) Every child has the right to meet with other children and to join groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.
These extracurricular opportunities aim to: develop skills to progress learning, promote engagement in special interests and hobbies, and to support the holistic wellbeing of each pupil.
Grange offers a Breakfast Club daily which runs from 8.15 until 8.40 am.
During this time, pupils practice their shopping skills. Pupils buy the breakfast items that they would like; working upon coin recognition, mental arithmetic and social communication.
Breakfast Club aims to promote social skills. There are a range of board games available, which provide the opportunity to develop turn taking skills and social communication.
Chunky Chalks Drawing
Rubik’s Cube Club
The school library is open every lunch time to provide pupils a quiet space to relax, develop reading skills, and promote reading for pleasure.
Duke of Edinburgh Award
Grange Academy offers pupils the opportunity to work towards their Duke of Edinburgh award after school.
Pupils are able to participate in activities that develop team building skills. Pupils partake in activities such as: gardening, archery, volunteer work and expeditions.
Grange will start reintroducing clubs as the next phase of transitioning pupils back into school after the summer break. Further details will follow.
Grange Academy is a Unicef Gold Rights Respecting School and Gold Artsmark School. Ofsted rated ‘Good with outstanding leadership’ (July 2017).
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