An amazing range of Deep Learning + challenges has been experienced .
Students across the school have stepped out of the classrooms, and pushed outside of their comfort zones.
They have camped in glorious weather, scaled peaks and taken part in gorge walking, kayaking, organic farming and a range of other outdoor activities.
Amazing adventures have been reported from our trips to Berlin and Japan, the first overseas trips since before the pandemic.
A team has been busy at school creating new artwork and ‘beautifying’ the campus, whilst first aiders training has also been underway.
Other students have been learning about fashion design, martial arts, coffee roasting and making musical instruments, whilst our media team has been capturing all the action on film.
Year 10 outdoor leaders have been working hard to help Year 7 students to explore nature, step out of their comfort zones, and develop valuable life skills.
DL+ Week was the second iteration of what will be a total of four Deep Learning experiences for students this year. Every term they will enjoy a period of immersive learning, practical opportunities and real life experiences outside of the confines of the classroom, which we believe challenge many of the established norms of mainstream education. DL+ Week is a vital part of our curriculum which builds year on year, and is carefully designed to push students to experience the limits of their capacities in ways that regular school is not able to do.
We thank all the staff members who worked so hard to provide such an amazing range of learning opportunities.