Stockport School

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Stockport School

Ofsted Good School

Additional Study & Enrichment

“The good range of popular enrichment activities adds significantly to students’ personal development and their good spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.” - Ofsted, 2013

 

Enrichment 
Programme

Additional Study Sessions

Year 11 GCSE Exams, Study Leave & Exam Preparation Sessions

Year 11 Exam Timetable

Duke of Edinburgh

Revision Aids

         Duke of Edinburgh


Extra-curricular and enrichment activities are a real strength at Stockport School. We offer a widespread range of activities available to all students from all Year Groups with a wide number of our staff dedicating their own time to the organisation and running of these groups and clubs.

      

We encourage all of our students to become involved in a variety of activities during lunchtimes and at the end of our school day. They are advertised on school notice boards, during Form times, on the school website and are also publicised by the staff who are involved. 

Some examples of these activities, clubs and groups are: 

  • Film Club (held in a Media Room at lunchtimes)
  • Science Club
  • Code-Breaking (for the mathematicians)
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme
  • Debate Club
  • Creative Writing
  • The School Magazine – The Stock Press
  • Homework Club in the LRC for students to work in a quiet, conducive atmosphere with computer access 

 

We have an excellent PE department who provide lots of different sporting activities which take place during school time, lunchtimes and after the end of the school day as well as all of our school teams who participate (with many victorious results) against other schools in the borough. 

Some examples of these are:

  • Netball
  • Rounders
  • Football
  • Cricket
  • Athletics
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Cross-Country
  • Dodgeball
  • Zumba
  • Futsal
  • Table-Tennis
  • Leadership Days
  • Dance
  • Roller Disco
  • Infant school festivals
  • Trips recently have taken some of our students Skiing and to London to experience the Paralympics at Olympic Park

In terms of performing arts; music, dance and drama are vibrant. In music, students can learn to play an instrument, join the school band, orchestra, string, woodwind and brass chamber ensembles, and the choir, giving public performances each term. The annual school musical is a highlight of the year. There are opportunities for students to take part both on stage and behind the scenes.

 

We also hold whole school events which everyone can get involved in which are fun and have also raised amounts for charity too, such as the Race for Life for Cancer Research UK, Sport Relief and the Get Set for Glasgow Relay Challenge.


We encourage all of our students to get involved with extra-curricular and enrichment activities and clubs as we feel that they are valuable and provide enjoyment as well as enhancement to their school life and education.

Enrichment helps students to develop their interests and abilities, provides valuable learning experiences outside their studies, and promotes independence and inter-personal links with students in other Year groups.

Our students work hard, enjoy life and celebrate their successes.