In key stages 3 and 4 students receive a piece of personalised work, per subject, every half term.
Students are also expected to complete a pre-learning task, per subject, each half term thus allowing them to start the new half term from a more advanced point.
Students are rewarded with E-Praise points for their house for completing their Home Learning. Support is offered to help those who need it to be successful in this independent environment.
Summer pre-learning tasks are designed to set up great teaching and learning in September. Students completing the tasks will be entered into a prize draw for Trinity vouchers. There are no targeted tasks over the summer.
Activities take place after school each day and students commit to trying something new or develop a skill in which they have an interest.
Basketball, table tennis, trampolining and revision sessions are just some of the activities students can access, and these enrichment activities and sports clubs run Monday to Friday during lunchtime and after school.
Other aspects include trips, guest speakers, the Duke of Edinburgh awards scheme, parental and community activities.
Flexible learning also encompasses academic intervention during time away from school, ensuring students have many chances to pursue what they enjoy and what they need to achieve.