Enrichment Club Timetable

All pupils now have the opportunity to take part in a vast array of clubs, activities, trips and adventures.
OfstedMarch 2016

After school enrichment programmes are part of our commitment to offer a broad and balanced education that develops the whole student in terms of character, skills and experiences. Through our Enrichment Programme, we aim to cultivate students’ wider interests and aspire to develop well-rounded, confident young people with a wide range of skills that are attractive to both employers and higher education institutions.

There are a range of Enrichment activities on offer at the Academy and we recommend that all students take part in at least one of these Enrichments. All of the After School Enrichments will be listed on this page; further details from the staff leading the activity.

 

Weekly Timetable of PE Extra-Curricular Clubs

Lunchtime clubs: just bring trainers, packed lunch, drink and come to the PE Dept as soon as possible.

Packed lunch can be ordered from the canteen and collected before registration

Day Lunchtime 1-1.30pm After School 3.20-4.30pm
Monday  Swimming Improvement - MW

 

 

 

All Years Netball Training (Astro) - MW / AMD

Boxercise (Gym) - ADW

Running Club (Track) - GM / JA

Tuesday Yr 8, 9 Recreation Badminton - CRW

Yr 12, 13 Basketball (Gym)

Team Fixtures

Staff Meetings

Wednesday Yr 7 Recreation Badminton - MW / AMD

Team Fixtures

Staff Meetings

Thursday Yr 12, 13 Volleyball (Sp Hall) - CRW

Rock Challenge Dance Practice (Gym) - AMD

Rock Challenge (Gym) - AMD

Badminton Squad Training - CRW

Yr 7 Football Training - LSP

Yr 8 & 9 Football Training - CRW

Friday Skipping (Gym) - MW / AMD

Yr 10 Recreation Badminton - CRW

 

 

Details of Monday Clubs:

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Enrichment
Club
Age
Groups
Lead
Teacher
What is It? Location Maximum
Number
Coffee, books and more! 7 - 13 AR An opportunity for group reading of group chosen texts followed by book reviews. Library No maximum
Anime and manga 7 - 13 SMM An investigation into anime, manga and other types of popular culture English 30
Bollywood Fusion 7 NYH A fantastic opportunity to learn a new dance form. Learn the history and culture of various dance styles, in addition students will learn a Bollywood dance routine. IT3 8
Boxercise 7, 8, 9 ADW A non-contact, fitness and technique session working on improving general fitness PE 20
Chess club 7 - 11 HB and JJD The development of chess skills for all abilities and newcomers with the aim of entering chess tournaments Maths 20
Computer science/ECDL 10, 11 MB and PG An opportunity to enhance and develop your computing skills with extra support from staff IT 20
Duke of Edinburgh 9 - 13 CM Training and planning for the bronze and silver award programme Science 20
Film club 7, 8, 9 KLW, LKB Watching a wide range of films from numerous genres and then discussing the impact, context, plot etc English 30
GCSE Art workshop 10, 11 CVG Additional time and support for the development of Art coursework Art 20
GCSE Media club 11 DJC A continuation for students who have chosen Media as an additional GCSE beyond the timetable Media 20
GCSE Photography workshop 10, 11 ZI Additional time and support for the development of Art coursework Art 20
Geography catch up 11 CAB An opportunity to catch up and enhance your geography skills with a little more teacher to pupil time Geography 20
History catch up 11 KA 5 students per night working on specific coursework techniques and paper 1 style questions. The club will work by invitation for focused intervention History 5
Hockey club 7 - 13 SES, CRM An introduction to hockey for all ages and abilities with the hope of redeveloping a school team Astro turf 30
Maths study skills 10 - 13 KAS, JF Students will be engaged in exam style questions and the development of skills that will allow access to them including 1:1 small group support Maths 20
Music theory club 9 - 13 GFL, GCH The study of the musical theory required to support the instrumental side of music grade exams for the GCSE musicians. (invitation only) Music 20
Netball club 7 - 13 MW, AMD, CRM Netball training for both social players and those girls aiming to play in the school teams Astro turf 40
Puzzle Challenge 7, 8, 9 MRM A range of puzzle styles and difficulty that encourage both fun and skill development Maths 20
Rugby club 7 - 13 GSJ Rugby coaching and training for all players hoping to represent the school Field 30
Running club 7 - 13 GM, JA Training for those specifically interested in learning how to run longer distances, speed development and pacing. Track 20
Spanish film club 7 - 13 CGP The opportunity to develop Spanish skills through the use of films from popular culture. Some use of subtitles, but the aim to develop language Languages 20
STEM Club 8 AH, RLS An RAF STEM competition, to design and build a structure involving engineering. Science 20

 

Details of Thursday Clubs:

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Enrichment
Club
Age
Groups
Lead
Teacher
What is It? Location Maximum
Number
Slam social 7 - 13 SMM An introduction to slam style poetry writing. Practice in writing and performing poetry prior to competition entry English 20
3D printing club 7 - 11 RPS Pupils will learn how to design items using CAD packages and then print their own creation on the 3D printer Technology 20
Badminton club 7 - 13 CRW Badminton coaching and training for social and players and those hoping to represent the school Sports hall 20
Blogging club 9 - 11 Mr. Roberts A chance to learn how to blog and improve your computer skills IT 15
Cookery club 7 - 13 HST Learn a language whilst enjoying cookery, looking at specific foods of different cultures. Food room 10
Debating society 10, 11 CLD A chance for pupils to debate current affairs and build on speaking and listening skills English 20
Duke of Edinburgh 9 - 13 CM Training and planning for the bronze and silver award programme Science 20
First Story 10, 11 SMR, CSD An opportunity to work with a published author to develop creative writing skills and produce their own book of short stories English 20
Future Chef 2017 7 - 11 JLS A competition that encourages young people to be inspired in their desire to cook, developing new skills and opening doors to new career ideas Technology 20
GCSE French 11 ART An opportunity to study French beyond the curriculum time and improve key skills Lang 10
Gifted and talented club 7 - 13 KR A range of engaging activities and competitions to challenge our gifted and talented pupils Business area Invitation only
History catch up 11 KA 5 students per night working on specific coursework techniques and paper 1 style questions. The club will work by invitation for focused intervention History 5
Human Rights /Amnesty and GCSE A level study club 10 - 13 VCS An opportunity to raise the profile of human rights within the school. Introduction of Amnesty International campaigns RE 20
Lego club SEN invite only EKD, ELJ Development of fine motor skills SEN 10
NEWScience 7 - 13 SJW Research scientific news stories and developments. Read around these developments in scientific journals. Science 20
Rock Challenge 7 - 13 AMD and MW The development of dance skills and the design of a story and full piece to be used at the Rock Challenge competition, a nationwide dance competition Dance hall All cast
Science and Technology garden 7 - 13 BLB A chance to combine both gardening skills and the application of modern technology to grow and develop our own school garden and produce Technology garden 20
Slam social 7 - 13 SMM An introduction to slam style poetry writing. Practice in writing and performing poetry prior to competition entry English 20
The production 7 - 13 CFF, GFL, JHL, SN Compulsory for all cast members in this year’s production “Singing in the rain” ( Sept to Feb) Drama theatre All cast and crew
Wool craft 7 - 13 ST Knitting and crochet for all abilities with a view to creating items to be sold for the charity Project Linus UK Science 20
Young Carers support club 7 - 13 SMS An opportunity for all of the young carers in school to meet, chat, complete homework, join in with external activities eg first aid Business area All YC

Our Ethos and Values

At Lincoln Castle Academy, we value:

Hard work, perseverance and academic excellence

The development of character, compassion and responsible citizenship

Ourselves, each other and boundless ambition