Every Friday afternoon all children have the opportunity to develop new skills and experiences through our Enrichment Programme that broadens and strengthens our school curriculum.
The UNCRC states that:
Article 31: Every child has the right to take part in a wide range of activities.
Article 29: Every child has the right to develop their personalty, talents and abilities to the full.
All activities are led by professionals in school or at specialist centres in and around the surrounding area using the most up to date equipment and facilities.
Not only does such an opportunity bring about excellent learning opportunities that can be applied within the school curriculum but develops our young people with regards to confidence, self-esteem and resourcefulness that are essential skills to be the leaders in the 21st Century.
Within the curriculum we also strongly believe that our children at Stoneyholme Primary School learn best through the use of the outdoors and by visiting or meeting experts who can bring what they are learning within the classroom to life.
With the advantage of having two mini-buses, this means that for every topic planned, the children get some first hand experience that really embeds their learning.
To see some examples of the fascinating opportunities that Enrichment provides for our children, look at the class and gallery pages.