Maiden Erlegh School is proud to be able to offer a wide and varied selection of enrichment learning for our students.
Enrichment and extension activities are organised both before and after school through Curriculum Departments. These include a full range of sporting, cultural and artistic activities, regular clubs and activities related to specific subjects. In addition trips and visits during the school day, in the evening and over longer periods involving overnight stays all serve to add value to the taught curriculum.
Maiden Erlegh is delighted to have four Activity Leaders (Miss L Rees, Year 7; Mr J Flynn, Years 8 and 9; Miss S Hawkins, Years 10-11; and Miss C Norris for the Sixth Form) who are responsible for promoting, organising and providing enrichment activities, including in the context of our four Houses; Burley, Caxton, Drake and Wolsey. They are supported in this work by Sixth Form House Captains and House Leaders in each of the age groups.
Please click here for the latest Activity Leaders’ Report for Governors.
In addition to enabling the students to place their learning in the context of the real world, we believe the benefits of participating in these activities in terms of personal development and honing leadership skills are invaluable.
For specific information on the following enrichment activities, please click on the links:
Enrichment Year 7: Miss Rees
Enrichment Years 8 and 9 Mr Flynn
Enrichment Years 10 and 11 Miss Hawkins
Enrichment Sixth Form Miss C Norris
Weekly P.E. Fixtures
Duke of Edinburgh Award
If you would like us to consider further activities or opportunities then please contact the School Office.