Clubs, Activities and Programmes

Clubs and Activities

Day   Time   Activity/Location   Stage   Lead Person(s)
MONDAY – FRIDAY 12.20-1.00 LEARNING CENTRE/ICT S1-6 PST
WEDNESDAY 3.30-5.00 WILDKATZ S2/5 Joe Herd, Heather McVie Branley YPS
VARIOUS 12.20-1.00 SENIOR PUPIL LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE S5/6 Head Boy/Girl/Senior Prefects/Ms Pollok
VARIOUS 12.20-1.00 SENIOR GRADUATION COMMITTEE S6 Mr McKee
VARIOUS 12.20-1.00 SENIOR SOCIAL COMMITTEE S6
VARIUOS 12.20-1.00 SENIOR CHARITY/FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE S6
VARIOUS 12.20-1.00 YEARBOOK S6  Miss Birchard
VARIOUS SCHOOL DAY BUDDY SCHEME/SENIOR MENTORS S1 & S6 SENIOR BUDDIES
OCTOBER ANNUALLY ALL DAY SENIOR REWARD TO ALTON TOWERS S4-6 VARIOUS
MAY ANNUALLY ALL DAY JUNIOR REWARD TO ALTON TOWERS S1-3 VARIOUS
VARIOUS TBC STUDENT LEADER MEETINGS S1-6 YEARGROUP HEADS
VARIOUS 12.20-1.00 SCHOOL MONEY SERVICE S3&6 Joe Herd

 

 

Project Year Group Activities Progress External Funding H&W across learning SHANNARI
Wildkatz Girls Group S2-6 Group work Established activity, Wednesdays Yes Mental and emotional well being

Social well being

healthy

active

nurtured

included

Summer Transition Activities P7-S1 Transitions, group work Established activity No Mental and emotional well being

Social well being

healthy

active

nurtured

included

Community Partners Forum NA Partnership working Established activity No All All
Breakfast club S1-6 Nurture First full year following short pilot in June 2017 Yes Mental and emotional well being

Social well being

healthy

Nurtured

included

Link-Me S1-6 Mentoring Established activity

 

No Mental and emotional well being nurtured

included

Safeguardstluke’s S2 Crime, criminal justice systems, supports Established activity Yes social well being Safe

responsible

One team S3 Anti-sectarian education Established activity Yes Social well being respected
Social Network S1-2 Social skills Established activity No Mental and emotional well being

Social well being

Nurtured

Included

MHFA, walk a mile S3 (6 and 1) Leadership Year 2 No, in kind support Mental and emotional well being

Social well being

Nurtured

responsible

included

Triple P parents Parenting programmes (teens) As required No Mental and emotional well being Nurtured

responsible

included

Radio Garden City St Luke’s

 

S1-6 Growing, cooking, events, broadcast Established activity Yes social well being healthy

active

responsible

included

 

Learning Centre:

The Learning Centre is located on the second floor of St. Luke’s High School, directly above the library. It can accommodate up to thirty five pupils during unstructured times of the day, providing security, stimulation and sanctuary from the busy social areas located on the ground floor of the main building. This area is staffed by members of our Pupil Support Team and gives pupils the opportunity to utilise ICT, chat, speak to members of staff and foster relationships with new friends in a safe and friendly environment. The Learning Centre is also used in a variety of ways throughout the school day.

Social Justice & Community Activities:

This range of activities are organised by Joe Herd. There are a wide variety of activities available to pupils of all ages and these have proven to be very popular in recent years. Some activities available are listed below.

Wednesday Club (S2):                 Wednesday        2.40pm – 3.30pm
Wild Cats (Girls Group):                Thursday             3.30pm – 5.00pm
Adventure Club:                              As requested

ACES:

The ACES programme was designed in response to increasing levels of childhood obesity.  The programme is for children and young people aged 5-15 years and their parents or carers.  It is a 12 week programme to support young people to lose weight or avoid gaining weight. The course combines elements of food, nutrition and physical activity in a fun and interactive way.  There is an optional further 12 week maintenance programme and ongoing support through Active Schools and more general sport and leisure programmes.

Psychological Services

Psychological Services assist, advise and provide additional support to a number of pupils within St. Luke’s High School. They offer a wide range of appropriate activities which may take the form of social groups meeting on a weekly basis, focusing and addressing particular difficulties that pupils are experiencing. ‘Friends for life’ and ‘Seasons for Growth’ have been implemented successfully in St. Luke’s High School for a number of years and have had a positive impact on pupils.

S1/S6 Buddy Events:

Month Activity
September Guides
October Homework Diary Check
November Anti-Bullying Week Activities
December Pantomime Trip
February Homework Diary Check
March No Smoking Day Activities

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