Getting to ‘know our children well’ is not only about how we work in class, here at Carr Manor Community School we have introduced Flexible Learning and Further Learning to offer opportunities for pupils to develop skills outside of the classroom.
Flexible Learning incorporates enrichment activities, intervention opportunities, sports teams and home learning. Football, basketball with Leeds Force, netball, politics, art, cooking, hair and beauty and revision sessions are just some of the activities pupils can access with these enrichment activities running every day from 3pm.
Other aspects of Flexible Learning include trips off site to places such as Leeds Golf Centre at Wike Ridge, guest speakers, accredited awards like Duke of Edinburgh, parental and community activities and academic intervention during school holidays and weekends, so pupils have many chances to pursue what they enjoy and need to achieve.
In the Primary Phase we have lots of Flexible Learning clubs led by either our own Primary staff or outside agencies. These clubs often take full advantage of our links with the Secondary Phase and include Lego club, games club, creative clubs and a variety of sporting activities. The clubs are open to children in Key Stage 1 and 2.
Please find below the booklet for Autumn 1: