Baginton Fields School

Working together for outstanding achievement

Extended Learning at Baginton Fields School

 

 

 

Afterschool Club:

 After School Club is on Monday  3-45-5pm. Activities encourage leisure and social interaction.  Clubs are staffed by  school staff and please note that transport is not available, so students must be picked up from school at 5pm.

There is a weekly charge of £6 to support club costs.

Futher details from Sharon Evans, Parent Support Advisor. 024 76 303854

 

Summer School:

The school has run a successful Summer School for many years and will continue to do so budget permitting.

Summer School is usually  offered for 2 weeks at the beginning of the Summer holiday. The greater majority of students are offered the opportunity to attend a week but we are unable to accommodate students with specific medical needs as nursing cover is not available. Transport is available to collect and return students from school at a cost of £3 per day.

The daily cost for Summer School is £15.

Futher details from Sharon Evans, Parent Support Advisor. 024 76 303854

 

Residential Visits:

School staff volunteer their services to lead and support residential visits to Dol Y Moch in North Wales.

 

The aim of residential visits is to:

• Provide opportunity for learning in alternative settings.

• To rehearse social, communication and independence skills.

• To work co-operatively with staff and peers to manage personal skills.

 

The settings offer differing experiences and accommdate students with different requirements. However, the range of needs demonstrated by students at Baginton Fields is very wide and  it may not be possible to identify a suitable residential setting that meets the needs of each, and every, individual student.

For students attending residentials, particularly Dol Y Moch, it is important risks inherent in residential settings, including accomodation and outdoor activities, are minimised to an acceptable level to the satisfaction of the Governing Body, senior staff and course leaders. There will be occasions when it is not possible to minimise the potential risks posed by an individual student within the resources available in a residential setting.