Extra Curricular Activities
Extra Curricular Clubs and Activities
We believe that the impact extra-curricular activities can have on achievement and personal growth is immeasurable.
We have various clubs ranging from sports to the arts and to our Duke of Edinburgh award scheme. Our sports clubs benefit from excellent facilities including the gym, sports hall and our new 3G pitch. We have Drama, Music clubs, including our school choir and our new STEM Science club.
We believe in providing your child with diverse learning opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom and view extra-curricular as an area where our students come together as one family. To find out what we offer, please click the button below.Find Out More
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has been part of The Snaith School for many years. Pupils start the award in Year 9 or 10 and usually complete their Bronze award by the time they leave school. If pupils complete their Bronze award, they may be able to progress to the Silver award
The Award consists of 4 sections which must be completed for different lengths of time:-
- Volunteering: undertaking service to individuals or the community for 3 or 6 months. This can involve extended schools projects, conservation projects, charity work, Cadet training.
- Physical: improving in an area of sport, dance or fitness activities for 3 or 6 months. This can could include team sports, individual sports, water sports, racquet sports, dance, fitness, extreme sports, Martial arts.
- Skills: developing practical skills and personal interest for 3 or 6 months. Some examples are creative arts, performance arts, science and technology, care of animals, music, life skills, learning and collecting, media and communication, natural world, games and sports.
- Expedition: planning, training for and completion of an adventurous journey in the UK. The expedition covers: First aid and emergency procedures; an awareness of risk and health and safety issues; Navigation and route planning; Camp craft, equipment and hygiene; Food and cooking; Countryside and highway code; Observation and recording and team building.
Only one of the above sections has to be done for 6 months the other two for 3 months and the expedition is for 2 days and 1 overnight camp. Training for the expedition is completed during one lunch time a week during term time. Practice walks are usually planned around the beginning of May and the Assessed Expedition at the end of June / beginning of July. If you have any other questions, contact Miss Till or click the button below.Find Out More