Life at Scarisbrick Hall School goes far beyond an outstanding academic curriculum and supportive learning environment. We believe that the benefits of extracurricular activities should not be underestimated. A rich and varied programme of extracurricular activities is essential to provide young people with the opportunity to excel physically, creatively and socially to grow into well-rounded and confident individuals. Read on to find out how extracurricular activities enrich your child's curriculum at Scarisbrick Hall.
At Scarisbrick Hall School, we are extremely proud of the value added nature of our co-curricular and extracurricular programmes. We are acutely aware of the importance of extracurricular activities, which is why we strive to provide a holistic and varied learning environment. The following provides a snapshot of the extracurricular activities and their benefits for pupils at Scarisbrick Hall School.
The Performing Arts are at the heart of Scarisbrick Hall School. Our youngest students, aged four to seven, have the opportunity to explore the joy of music and movement at our Saturday morning Rising Stars programme. Meanwhile, our Saturday Skills classes provide an enriching environment for students aged eight years old and over to further their interest in dance and musical theatre.
Students can also choose to study a musical instrument of their choice with one of our specialist music school tutors. They also have the opportunity to take individual or small group dance tuition towards RAD and IDTA accredited examinations. Whether it be music, dance or drama, all of our extracurricular Performing Arts activities are intended to foster a lifelong love of the arts.
Another essential aspect of life at Scarisbrick Hall School is sport. Whilst we have gained an enviable reputation for our sporting achievements, this merely tells part of the story. Our sports coaching encourages all pupils to develop a healthy interest in health and exercise through a variety of individual and team sports. Our specialist sports coaching, ranging from fencing to taekwondo, ensures that every child can find their niche.
We offer an extensive programme of competitive sporting fixtures for pupils of all abilities to enjoy the thrill of competition. This provides our students with a wealth of benefits, including comraderie; improved communication, decision-making and problem-solving; not to mention a great deal of fun and social time with their peers. Our extracurricular sports coaching programmes instil confidence and self-esteem in all our pupils.
Tutoring, Coaching, Mentoring (TCM)
Our Tutoring, Coaching, Mentoring (TCM) holiday club at Scarisbrick Hall School provides students with a huge range of innovative and imaginative experiences to fill their school holidays. We have something for everyone, be it academy standard football coaching with ex-Everton player turned manager, Alan Stubbs, to nature trails, kite flying, junk modelling, water fun and games, arts and crafts, gymnastics and cookery workshops.
Our stunning countryside surroundings and woodland areas also enable us to provide unmissable Forest School adventures that promote a sense of excitement and respect for the great outdoors. Your child will benefit from structured tuition and coaching from highly-qualified, DBS certified staff, teachers and mentors. With a full complement of meals included, our (TCM) holiday club is the ideal home from home. For more information about any of our extracurricular activities at Scarisbrick Hall School, please contact us on 01704 841151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.