Enrichment activities outside school
At CCHSG we aim to provide a challenging and stimulating education for all students to help them achieve their full potential. In addition to the curriculum subjects studied a wide range of extra curricular activities are also available at lunch times and after school. Teachers will identify additional opportunities relevant to their subject beyond the classroom so that students are able to follow up and develop further. In addition there are reputable external providers of enrichment activities; day long master classes, residential weekends and summer schools that you may want to consider for your daughter.
External providers suitable for all students:
One day master classes, weekend courses and summer schools for Years 7 to 13. There is a charge for their activities, but bursaries are available. See their website for full details.
University of East Anglia
UEA runs a range of day long and residential activities for gifted and talented students in Years 9 to 13. They include 'Discover Days' where students can find out more about university courses in that subject and experience university teaching (these are free of charge), Summer schools and specific enrichment activities. There is a charge for their courses, but free and subsidised places are also available. See their website for more details.
University College London
Excellence East offers a range of activity days for high ability learners throughout East Anglia in Years 7 to 9. Look at their website for more details. They also have good information for parents about high ability learners which all of our students are.
Summer Schools for Year 12 students
The Sutton Trust runs summer schools at 8 locations around the UK for Year 12 students in a wide range of subjects. There is no cost for the summer schools. Students have attended these summer schools before and had an amazing enriching experience. For more information see their website.
Oxford University- UNIQ Summer Schools
Oxford University runs different summer schools in July and August for Year 12 students. Students get to experience university life, the tutorial system, have university lectures and seminars and meet students from throughout the UK. The summer schools are completely free to attend. Applications usually open in December and close in early February.
Please see http://www.uniq.ox.ac.uk/ for further information.
If you have any queries please contact the school and speak to the Lead Teacher for Extended Learning: