At Whitehouse we aim for all of our pupils to access some form of extra-curricular activity throughout the school day. Extra-curricular lessons in subjects such as Music, Art and Sport help extend our children’s personal development and confidence beyond the classroom.
Each individual has the opportunity to develop their strengths and to discover new talents and interests. Whitehouse is pleased to be able to offer all its pupils an extensive range of extra-curricular activities, which may take place over the lunch time period, activities vary each term but during the year may include rugby, badminton, table tennis, construction, crafts, kickboxing and performing arts.
We are consistently looking at ways in which we can extend our offer to meet the requests of our pupils. We believe that these valuable opportunities should enrich the pupils’ learning experiences – developing skills, providing a sense of belonging, and providing fun and enjoyment.
Alongside our lunch time offers, Whitehouse have the opportunity of enriching the children’s day through:
The Daily Mile
Inter-setting sports challenges
Gymnastics and dance
DJ sessions with the Noise academy
“Whitehouse Pupil Referral Unit is a calm and friendly environment.”
“Pupils are happy, enjoy coming to school and say that they feel safe.”
“Staff know the pupils well and pupils respond to these positive relationships.”
“Parents comment that their children’s behaviour improves significantly after joining the school.”
“By the time a pupil leaves the school, they are well prepared for either mainstream school or specialist provision.”
“Leaders, staff and governors are ambitious for pupils to achieve their potentials.”
“Teachers encourage pupils to develop a love of reading. Pupils have access to lots of different types of books.”
“Pupils enjoy taking part in a wide range of activities that broaden their learning.”
“Pupils can concentrate on their work because behaviour is managed exceptionally well.”
“Members of the governing body and the wider academy trust are ambitious for the school and for what pupils can achieve.”
“Pupils’ ability to manage their own anger and emotions improves after joining the school.”