We believe that provision is generally most effective when it is made within the classroom, through a stimulating, differentiated curriculum. We also recognise that that in some cases, particularly with students talented in physical education and sport, that we need to work with eternal partners to meet their needs.
We work closely with our neighbouring schools through South Cheshire College to provide a variety of stimulating and testing experiences for our students. We are involved in a number of Challenge workshops in the realms of debating law, making films and drama to develop performance. The Bloodhound S.C.C. Project through Science, Maths and Technology gives us participation at a local level for a National Initiative that has had national television coverage.
In sporting circles we have students involved in the complete range of activities throughout the year. To name a few in giving a flavour of our links we have students attending local Professional Football Academies, Gymnasts achieving and progressing within competition through affiliated clubs.
We strive to offer opportunities to ensure all students are stretched and challenged.
The aim of the “G&T” programme is to ensure that our most able students can excel. Provision is built into the curriculum and pastoral work that we do.