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Challenge Days

These are days when the school timetable is collapsed and provide opportunities for learning within and beyond the classroom.

They might be:

  • Whole-school events, such as Sports Day, whole school team-building, or a service for the community like beach cleaning.
  • Year group events. These might be linked to the curriculum, for example a local history investigation at Tyneham or Studland, or a maths or science investigation, or a visit to a gallery in London. Or these might be to develop a PSHEE (personal, social, health or enterprise education) project such as alcohol awareness, a drama production or business activities.
  • House events, such as intra-House team building and inter-House challenges.

Challenge Days are planned well in advance and details can be found on the school Calendar on the home page of the website.

Challenge Week

To develop deeper learning and enable exciting experiences that could otherwise not happen we have a Challenge week every year. This takes place at the end of the academic year in July. We offer a range of residential trips in the UK and abroad, as well as week‑long investigations in and around school. Details of forthcoming Challenge Week events are published in the autumn term.

 

 

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