Out Of School Hours Learning
At Brent Knoll School, we are committed to offering a wide range of non-statutory, out-of-hours learning opportunities to all of our pupils who wish to access them. The activities and groups are carefully considered and planned to ensure suitability for all individuals and meet the diverse needs of our pupils.
Club groups are rotated and reviewed each half term so that as many pupils as possible get the chance to take part.
Pupils explore and use different media to have fun creating beautiful works of art.
Pupils are provided with a healthy breakfast and supported to develop the skills necessary to prepare this independently.
Pupils of all ages are given the opportunity to prepare a range of different foods.
Older pupils who are growing in confidence as cyclists are given the opportunity to practise their skills under supervision in the local park.
Duke of Edinburgh Award
Brent Knoll offers many of our Key Stage 4 pupils the opportunity to work towards both the Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburgh awards. Pupils are required to take part in voluntary work, sporting activity and expeditions. This highly regarded accredited course encourages independence, confidence and high aspirations.
Delivered by a qualified Football Association coach, pupils learn and practise new skills as well as engaging in good natured competitive competition.
Pupils develop their computing skills and interact with a variety of different technologies.
Brent Knoll is an accredited centre for training young people in safe travel. Pupils learn about using public transport safely and work towards being able to travel independently.