We have a number of additional extra curricular activities that really do make our provision special here at Highfield Littleport Academy.
Students take part in a variety of activities and value outdoor learning. Take a look at how this is delivered here.
- Each week we visit the community to enhance community cohesion and develop the social skills of our students.
- We have a yearly residential trip where our students get to participate in lots of outdoor and adventurous activities and develop their independence and self help skills in a different environment.
- Classes in Key Stage 2 (on the Yellow Pathway) take part in weekly Forest Schools sessions run by a qualified Forest Schools Leader.
- Every week we have a visiting Emotional Support Dog who comes into school to develop communication and interaction with our students.
- Fantastic drumming and drum fit activities - take a look at our video here
- Students within the Yellow Pathway in Key Stage 3 volunteer at the local food bank developing their own work based learning and social skills
- Joint community opportunities with local Littleport organisations to develop social and creative skills
- Students work serving and preparing drinks at a local cafe developing their social skills and preparing them for the world of work.
- Our students have developed their own Eco Council to recognise and proactively implement ways that the school can look after the environment.
- Our students have formulated their own wellbeing group to support the emotional and social health of all at school.
- Students attend a weekly Riding for the Disabled session at the Old Tiger Stables in Soham. Here they develop physical skills, communication and social skills.
- Students participate in an annual Christingle service at the local church.
- We take part in specialist sports days both inside and outside of school.
- Student led Summer and Christmas Fairs to fundraise for the school and other nominated charities.