Activity Week at the school

Each year, the school organises an activity week to give the children an opportunity to study a themed topic outside the school’s regular curriculum. Groups involving children from across the age range are formed to allow older and younger children to study together. After they have concluded their studies, the week culminates with a whole school presentation of the work produced during the week. During these presentations we encourage every team member to take a part in presenting their studies.

The activity week seeks to encourage a passion for self-learning as well as providing valuable experience of working with others to achieve a desired goal. In addition, the older children within the groupings are encouraged to take a leadership role and to learn our working together benefits all. These types of activities, along with others that we run throughout the year at the school, also help to build self-esteem and confidence. This is just one of the numerous activities we run at the school that not only develops our pupil’s academic excellence but also their behavioural and social excellence too. 

The pupils are initially guiding by the teachers in terms of subject matters that will be covered. After this initial guidance it is up to the children to reach a consensus within their teams on who will study and research the particular aspects of the subject. Themes are varied with topics that include science, art, music, literature, history, geography, technology and social studies. Pupils are also encouraged to think about new ways to present their findings to others. Ways that educate and create interest.   

The school has an outstanding track record of performance, education and the enjoyment of school life experienced by our pupils. For more information about our school and our planning of our pupil’s education, activities and social development, please click the following link: Private Prep School Oxfordshire

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