Extra Curricular

Extended
Day Timetable

 

 

 

Morning Clubs  8.00 – 8.30

 

 

After School Clubs   15.00 – 16.00

 

Catch -Up

MONDAY

 

 

Woodwork (BH &
RR)

Football (JCl & OD)

Girls Aloud (LH &
LT)

SDe MB

 

TUESDAY

 

Early Risers –
Breakfast (JD & LH)

Fitness/Boxing (OD
& JCl)

Cookery Club (JS
& LT)

SDe MB BH RR EA LH

 

WEDNESDAY

 

Fitness Club – (AC)

PROFESSIONAL
LEARNING

PROFESSIONAL
LEARNING

THURSDAY

Early Risers –
Breakfast (LS & LH)

Games and Homework
Club (JC & BH)

War Hammer / Subbuteo
(SCh & EA)

Bike it Ben (Ben
& MB)

Rugby Club (SDe & SD)

OD LT RR JCl LH

 

FRIDAY

 

Table Tennis Club –
(AC & KB)

Art Club (KB &
LT)

Animal Care (CR &
MB)

SDe OD BH RR JCl
EA LH

 

 

Homewood Learners Have ‘Got What it Takes!’

This is an exciting year for the Duke of Edinburgh Award. All learners in Key stage 4 are eligible to take the award and I’m pleased to say that a great many students have already completed some activities towards their final certificates.

The course is divided into three parts, Physical, Skills and Volunteering. Students have been making good progress in PE, which counts towards the Physical Certificate and also in Music and Art, which counts towards the Skills Certificate. Some students are also working towards the NICAS indoor climbing award at the Adur Centre. The Volunteering section has to involve some sort of work for an individual, charity or local group and I’m pleased to say that many students have also begun to gain credits on this part of the course by baking and selling cakes for Children in Need.

Even better, this year each certificate gained will be matched by a Brighton and Hove Youth Award; making the course even more important. All employers are impressed with candidates who have the determination to pass the Duke of Edinburgh scheme. It takes commitment, bravery and generosity of spirit to pass and I am very pleased to see that so many of our learners here have ‘got what it takes’.

 

 

Country Careers Day at Ardingly

Year 10 and 11 learners attended a special event at Ardingly show ground showcasing career opportunities in rural Britain.

They had the opportunity to experience activities run by professionals associated with careers that benefit the countryside. The learners participated in a range of activities including operating a digger, climbing, using a cherry picker, working with livestock and cooking using organic products.

Learners represented Homewood in a mature and sensible manner, asking insightful questions.

We hope the information collected and the relationships that have been formed on the day will contribute to the learners being able to gain work experience placements that will contribute to their G.C.S.E accreditation.

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