We believe that Extended Services plays a vital role in student achievement, sense of belonging and general wellbeing as well as providing a crucial resource across the generations of the local community. We believe that a community college should be embedded into the community and welcome all ages and abilities. Learning is at the heart of everything that we do.
Rated Ofsted 'Outstanding', with sessions every day for preschool children from 2+.
Childcare setting, for primary aged children mainly from Old Mill Primary School.
Wednesday morning session for pre-school aged children accompanied by their parent / carer.
Targeted breakfast clubs for our secondary aged learners.
We have close links with the Broughton Astley Children's Centre, based on-site.
We host a range of affiliated groups in the college premises, both daytime and evening.
Bi-weekly Luncheon Clubs and a monthly Tea Dance for older members of the community.
We have a strong working partnership with the Sea Cadets, for young people and youth aged 10-16, based at our college.
Primary and Secondary teacher training as well as a range of training courses for teaching and support staff across Leicestershire schools.
Extended Services supports our commitment to the Every Child Matters Agenda which enables young people to be Safe, Healthy, to Enjoy and Achieve, to be Economically Active and to make a Positive Contribution.
We understand that working with others will enhance our provisions and aim to work in partnership with other agencies for the best interests of children, young people, parents and the local community.
School Nurse – Sue O’Connor
Attendance Improvement officer
0-5yrs Family Outreach Worker (Broughton Astley Children’s Centre) – Jill Allen
Leicestershire Family Information Service