The school day starts at 8.30am. Breakfast club also starts at 8.30 am and students can enjoy a cold drink and a healthy breakfast, ready to start their day. This is also a good way to socialise, make friends and have discussions with staff on a more informal basis.
All students are required to stay on site at lunchtime. Meals are provided in the school café. Staff and students can relax and eat their lunches together. Where possible all meals follow the Healthy Eating Guidelines and the requirements set out in the School Food Plan.
Lunchtime activities are free to students and include access to ICT facilities, table tennis and outdoor sports (weather permitting).
The family liaison officer can offer advice with regard to out of school / holiday activities. We also have close links with the Inclusive Youth Support Service who can offer further advice and guidance on activities and schemes available in the local area and include ICT club and table tennis.
We offer extracurricular day’s offsite to promote team building and raising self esteem. Due to the nurturing environment and high staff to pupil ratio, the PRU is conducive to positive relationships throughout. All school trips and residentials are subsidised by the school to ensure inclusion, in that minimal cost is passed onto parents.