Enrichment and extra-curricular

Our enrichment and extra-curricular programme of activities is designed to be inclusive for all, with equal access for students with additional needs and/or in receipt of Pupil Premium and for students and ensuring that no students are discriminated against based on protected characteristics.  The aim of this programme is not only to develop academic skills, but improve self-confidence, life-skills and leadership experiences as well as being enjoyable. 

Sport

The PE department run a wide range of lunchtime and after-school sessions as well as sports clubs, inter-school and House competitions. The sports available change during the winter and summer months and include athletics, basketball, cricket, dance, football, hockey, netball, rounders, rugby, table tennis and trampolining.

Drama and music

The drama and music departments work closely with each other to showcase a variety of productions and events for students to be involved with. These events are fully inclusive so anyone can get involved, whether that is performing on stage in a leading role, playing in a band or being part of the production team.

Extra-curricular sessions

During lunchtime and after-school there are many subject related clubs and activities for students to participate in. These include subject interventions, revision and homework sessions plus clubs and performances for art, drama and music.

Click the link below to open the full timetable of extra-curricular activities and Year 11 revision sessions for Term 5.

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

This is a fun and rewarding programme designed to build confidence and improve essential skills for life such as resilience, problem solving, teamwork and communication.

SEN / PP / LAC

Our enrichment and extra-curricular programme of activities is designed to be inclusive for all, with equal access for students with additional needs and/or in receipt of Pupil Premium and for students and ensuring that no students are discriminated against based on protected characteristics. The aim of this programme is not only to develop academic skills, but improve self-confidence, life-skills and leadership experiences as well as being enjoyable.

Click here for further information about SEN intervention at Bourne Academy.

Library

All students are automatically members of the Library and it does not cost anything to join. The Library is an active learning environment and can be used at morning break and lunchtime for homework. There are also opportunities for students to become Junior Librarians and be involved in the running of the Library.

House system

All students belong to a House where there will be House competitions, charity and community events plus other opportunities for students to earn their House points.

Click here for further information about the House system at Bourne Academy.

Student voice

We have elected student members who play an important part in decision making in the school. Students are involved in meetings with the Senior Leadership Team, staff interviews and many other elements of school life.

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