The pupils have the opportunity to choose extracurricular activities.
These vary from term to term.
Please speak to the school office if you would like more information.
From time to time we are able to have visiting sports coaches from local teams for soccer, rugby, tennis, basketball and cricket. The children are given opportunities to experience live theatre and music through groups visiting school and trips to the theatre. Children are also taken on class trips as part of their studies and there is an opportunity for a residential experience.
At Cedar Road we offer a breakfast club and an after school club.
These are run by Acorn Childcare, who are based at Headlands and give parents more flexibility with their working hours. For more information about their before and after-school care please visit the website by clicking here.
Cedar Road School works hard with parents and children to ensure a smooth transition at key points of a child’s school life, especially upon arrival in Reception and leaving to attend Secondary School.
We have close links with all the necessary outside agencies involved with children’s successful progression through school. We can help with advice on who to contact for any problems for which parents may need outside help.
We recognise that our parents and community are an important and rich resource. If you can offer any help or service that you feel would benefit our school, please get in touch with us. Likewise, if you feel that there is anything that we can do for you or the community we serve, please tell us.
As a David Ross Education Trust Academy, we believe that enrichment can help to raise academic standards, enhance performance and teach life skills that will equip our pupils for an ever-changing world.
Primary enrichment gives students the chance to participate in activities that supplement learning and enable them to broaden their skills and experiences, identify talent and enhance it.
What sort of skills does enrichment teach?
- Determination to succeed
- Winning and losing with grace
- Respect for others
- Confidence in yourself
- A sense of fun and enjoyment
- Focus and attitude
- Health benefits
Academies across the Trust are encouraged to work collaboratively to make the most of the opportunities on offer.
Highlights from last year include:
- A Big Sing led by Opera North
- 14 of our primary schools participated in the Shakespeare Schools Festival
- 6 of our primary schools worked with The Northern Ballet, this involved a trip to see a production and several workshops
- Several of our Northamptonshire schools developed partnerships with The Royal & Derngate Theatre and The Corby Cube
Our most recent opportunities include:
- A working partnership with Lincoln Castle, Gainsborough Old Hall and The Museum of Lincolnshire Life, offering half or full day trips
- Nevill Holt Farm: A working farm available to our schools for day trips or camping overnight
For further information about the enrichment opportunities that are on offer please contact:
Shane Ward & Alex Green
To contact us please call head office:
01476 566 801