Enrichment Activities- Increasing Cultural Capital
Enrichment –During their time at FRIS your child will have the opportunity to:
Be Star of the Week
Read to Archie the Reading Dog.
Play musical instruments
Experience live music and theatre performances
Learn to ride a bike
Be a buddy to a younger child
Be a performer in a year group concert
Visit an art gallery, theatre or museum
Speak another language
Work with a professional artist
Step out your comfort zone with an outward bound adventure -climb, paddle, build and toast marshmallows!
Take part in interactive shows – theatre, magic, science
Try something different – join a new club.
Show compassion for others –raise funds for charities
Take part in competitive sports
Dance with your friends at a disco
Taste cuisine from around the world.
Visit the Beach
Collect club credits - graduate from Children’s University
Perform for the community
Experience sports you might not have tried
Have fun at a Christmas Party and receive a gift from Father Christmas.
Train at the Liverpool and Everton Football Academies
Visit local places of worship
Feed young animals at Farmer Teds.
Exhibit a piece of your artwork
Take home a plant that you have grown from seed
Grow and eat food from our school garden
Collect eggs from our chickens and cook with them.
Use our Walking Bus
Become a brilliant baker
Have a rainforest experience at Chester Zoo
Eat Pizza with your friends at the Leavers Party and take home a Year Book full of Farnborough memories !
In our school we have a really good range of clubs , most of which take place after school although some are morning or lunch time clubs.
There are different clubs available for different year groups at different times of the year.
Some of the clubs which are taken by coaches from other organisations have a cost.
Most clubs will last for a half term.
We ask our children regularly which activities they want and as far as possible we try to arrange them so that there is something for everyone!
The type of clubs on offer are designed to meet a wide range of interests from sporting clubs, music, craft and games.
Any clubs which children take part in form part of an accreditation of points towards the Children's University. Children who over the years have regularly attended a number of clubs usually graduate in Year 2 at the Children's University which takes place at Edge Hill University each year in the summer term. This is a great occasion and shows recognition for the commitment and hard work of the children who regularly attend our clubs and clubs outside of school.
The vast majority of our children usually graduate in Y2 and then again in Y6 in the Junior school. This is a great achievement.