Curriculum beyond the school day
At Spring Cottage teachers, parents and pupils all believe in creating opportunities beyond the school day to enrich our curriculum.
Whilst we are proud of our academic outcomes, we know that those alone do not make for a well-rounded person; we are committed to developing the whole child.
We have worked hard over the last academic year to improve what we can offer our children at Spring Cottage Primary School.
Through our range of clubs and activities at SCPS we aim to:
- encourage a pride in being a pupil of Spring Cottage;
- ensure friendships are developed across the school community, supporting children to build a circle of peers who share a common interest/hobby/goal;
- promote a healthy balance between school and life, complementing and extending the statutory curriculum by providing opportunities to develop new skills;
- create opportunities to explore and try out new activities;
- foster a positive attitude to all aspects of school;
The school also runs competitive teams in all major sports, mainly after school, for all ages from KS1 to KS2, this also includes a range of inclusive sports, such as Boccia and New Age Curling.
Furthermore, all students take part in regular inter-house competitions as part of the PE Curriculum; they are encouraged to reach their highest possible potential and to enjoy taking part by providing them with every opportunity to develop their skills and expertise.