Enrichment Our enrichment and extra-curricular programme is expansive and diverse. We think we have something for everyone.

Our Offer

Coopers offers an expansive enrichment programme with clubs running before school, during breaks and  after school. Our compulsory Thursday Programme for year 7’s and 8’s is a vital aspect of what we do as it  builds the foundations and provides our students with the thirst and desire to learn and develop outside of  the normal structured timetabled lessons, thus helping to create independent and active learners. These  attributes are developed right through to year 13 as the students compete with and against their school  mates in community competitions.   Our Thursday programme is tailored to our students and the programme is open to students in all KS3 and  KS4 year groups. We have clubs such as ‘Debating’, Jaguar Engineering’ and ‘Cantonese’ which are best  suited to those who want to follow academic avenues. We also have clubs such as ‘Cheer-leading’, ‘Boxing  Fitness’ and ‘Self- Image Design’ for those students who wish to develop their leadership traits. Finally  students can select a number of clubs from the Health Living section such as ‘Dance’, ‘Fitness’ and ‘Cooking’. Clubs are only a small part of ‘enrichment’.   We have five ‘Dedicated Learning Days’ per year when students  spend a day with a faculty and numerous subject based trips take place. Trips are valued greatly at Coopers  with over 1300 students going on trips last year. Many of these took place during Activities Week which takes  place every July. Trips include; Sport in Cornwall, Languages in Normandy, Art in Norfolk and Maths in Devon.  On top of this we have a football trip to Lake Garda, Skiing in the Alps and Duke of Edinburgh.

Our Aim

To offer all students the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities in a programme where ‘outstanding’ performance is achieved frequently. We believe that participation in extra-curricular activities helps improve academic performance by positively impacting on social and moral development, self-esteem, health and well-being, and attendance and punctuality.    
Enrichment Our enrichment and extra-curricular programme is expansive and diverse. We think we have something for everyone.

Our Offer

Coopers offers an expansive enrichment programme with clubs running before school, during breaks and  after school. Our compulsory Thursday Programme for year 7’s and 8’s is a vital aspect of what we do as it  builds the foundations and provides our students with the thirst and desire to learn and develop outside of  the normal structured timetabled lessons, thus helping to create independent and active learners. These  attributes are developed right through to year 13 as the students compete with and against their school  mates in community competitions.   Our Thursday programme is tailored to our students and the programme is open to students in all KS3 and  KS4 year groups. We have clubs such as ‘Debating’, Jaguar Engineering’ and ‘Cantonese’ which are best  suited to those who want to follow academic avenues. We also have clubs such as ‘Cheer-leading’, ‘Boxing  Fitness’ and ‘Self- Image Design’ for those students who wish to develop their leadership traits. Finally  students can select a number of clubs from the Health Living section such as ‘Dance’, ‘Fitness’ and ‘Cooking’. Clubs are only a small part of ‘enrichment’.   We have five ‘Dedicated Learning Days’ per year when students  spend a day with a faculty and numerous subject based trips take place. Trips are valued greatly at Coopers  with over 1300 students going on trips last year. Many of these took place during Activities Week which takes  place every July. Trips include; Sport in Cornwall, Languages in Normandy, Art in Norfolk and Maths in Devon.  On top of this we have a football trip to Lake Garda, Skiing in the Alps and Duke of Edinburgh.

Our Aim

To offer all students the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities in a programme where ‘outstanding’ performance is achieved frequently. We believe that participation in extra-curricular activities helps improve academic performance by positively impacting on social and moral development, self-esteem, health and well-being, and attendance and punctuality.    
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