Education at The Marches School radiates well beyond the classroom. Independent study is encouraged, and staff and facilities are accessible to facilitate and support this.
The extensive range of clubs and extra-curricular activities take place during lunchtimes and after school and include offers from PE, Music, Drama, IT, English, History, Science and beyond.
All at The Marches School are encouraged to get involved with a range of activities. We want all students to challenge themselves and try something new and unusual.
School life is about much more beyond academic achievement. Engagement with our provision will allow students to develop important life skills, develop time management, diversify interests, learn about resilience and commitment, contribute to school life, raise self-esteem and develop relationships.
Activities change from term to term depending on the seasons and popularity of individual clubs.
Visits/activities within the ‘Local Learning Area’ that are part of the normal curriculum and take place during the normal school day.
These visits/activities do not require parental consent, but school will notify parents of a trip in advance.
The boundaries of the Local Learning Area include, but is not limited to, the following frequently used venues: e.g.
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