Crookhorn College works very closely with all of its local primary and junior schools. Throughout the academic year pupils get the chance to visit Crookhorn on multiple occasions and take part in a variety of activities and events from science to technology to catering.
The Primary Liaison programme for 2016/17
What’s it all about?
The Technology of Memory:
Group sessions where pupils work with our specialist Technology staff to produce USB memory sticks.
The Science behind Science:
An interactive theatre based activity where pupils find out how Science allows us to do amazing things like flying. Do you know how a jet engine works and allows a plane to take off!
Come Dine with Us:
Gifted & Talented pupils work in our Food Technology/Catering Kitchens over four after school sessions to develop recipes, culminating in them cooking a 3 course meal for their parents.
College Production Matinee:
Come and watch our annual college production before anyone else gets to see it.
Annual Numeracy based event where in an afternoon a group of gifted and talented mathematicians from your school will compete against other schools to solve a series of Maths challenges.
An afternoon of events where pupils get the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the science in the world around us, whilst competing against other schools.
Gifted & Talented pupils work with our specialist Science teachers over four after school sessions to solve a series of scientific problems based around Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Flight.
Annual Literacy based event where in an afternoon a group of budding reporters from your school will compete against other schools to create a newspaper based on their interviews of some very special celebrities.
The Stem Challenge:
An after school activity over 2 sessions where pupils work with our specialist Technology staff to build and launch rockets and catapult eggs!
Summer Show Matinee:
Come and watch our Creative Arts showcase. Are students will be performing ‘all their best bits’ from curricular and extra-curricular activities in Music, Drama and Dance
Four after school sessions where pupils get an introduction to the world of digital photography
An afternoon of dance and drama used to tell a story through primarily physical means
Meet the Head:
An opportunity for parents of Year 5 students to have a 1:1 meeting with Mrs Bennett
A day of activities to stretch your gifted & talented students
The purpose of the liaison programme is to ensure that visiting pupils have positive experiences and feel confident about visiting their local secondary school.
If you are a parent of a pupil at one of our local primary/junior schools look out for these opportunities that will be afforded to your children.