An extended school is one that provides a range of activities, often beyond the school day, to help meet the needs of its pupils, their families and the wider community.
Bridge Learning Campus offers a varied range of activities across the campus including:
Homework Support, play/recreation, sport, dance, music/drumming, arts and crafts, cookery and other special interest clubs.
There is evidence that extended services can help to:
- improve pupil attainment, self-confidence, motivation and attendance
- reduce exclusion rates;
- better enable teachers to focus on teaching and learning
For all club enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on the main school number.
Primary After School Clubs – 3:00pm – 4:00pm
We run a range of after school clubs for our students which Parents and Guardians can sign their child up for via the Arbor Parent Portal. Most of the Primary after school clubs run in 2 term blocks, Parents and Guardians will be notified via e-mail when new sign ups open on the Parent Portal.
Please note that all clubs will run dependant on staffing, and may be cancelled at short notice.
In addition to the clubs on the parent portal, we will be running some invite only clubs which parents will be notified about directly.
Please download the Arbor app to view and book primary afterschool clubs.
Secondary Sports After School Clubs.
Monday – Y9 & Y10 Boys Football
Tuesday – Y7 & Y8 Basketball, Y7 – Y11 Running, Y7 – Y11 Girls Football
Wednesday – Y7 & Y8 Boys Football, Y9&Y10 Basketball, Y7 – Y11 Girls Rugby, Y7-Y11 Dance
Thursday – Y7 – Y11 Netball, Y7 – Y9 Boy’s Rugby
Students can sign up for these clubs directly with the PE department.
Mr Davine also runs Band Club for Y7 – Y11 on a Tuesday. Students can sign up for this club directly with Mr Davine