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Enrichment Activities

Gang Prevention Programme – Get away ‘n’ get safe

Our pupils have taken part in a gangs prevention program led by James Riley.  James set up this program after working for 18 years within the Criminal Justice System as a Probation Officer and spent the final 5 years working solely with gangs in the Merseyside area.

The aim of this programme is to educate, inspire and empower young people to take control of their future by rejecting the gang lifestyle.  Our pupils learnt about the dangers of this lifestyle and the consequences it could have for themselves, their families and the community.

The content of this course will leave a positive lasting impression on our children and will go a long way towards deterring them from opting to partake in a gang culture.

More information on these workshops can be found at



Children In Need

We are so proud to say that as a school we have and will continue to support the Children in need charity. This year in 2020 we raised Money by wearing our spotty clothes.

On Friday 13th November 2020, the children dressed up for Children in Need in their spotty clothes, they took part in different activities throughout the day to support their physical and mental welling.  A fabulous day was had by all and we raised £228.  Here are some pictures of the day!


Remembrance Day

Anti-Bullying Week

Our children take part in various sessions at the Vibe Outdoor Centre. This is an
amazing opportunity for children to develop their physical activity outside the normal day to
day school routine and widen their knowledge and skills.

These sessions are costing over £2,000 but this is covered by the school, so it is no cost to
each family.

During the sessions the children will have the opportunity to learn how to canoe, kayak and
raft build. They will also learn the skill of archery. As well as all these new skills they will also be
developing their collaboration and teamwork skills.

We believe in the importance of relationships.

Relationships affect everything from health and emotional wellbeing, to employment prospects and social mobility. We know that too often, young people start their lives at a disadvantage. We are here to change the story for young people.

At Vibe, we offer great programmes and services that support young people to build positive relationships with themselves and others, and play a central role in creating vibrant communities.

Our expert staff are trusted adults who help young people make effective decisions and to choose a positive path. We show young people the impact they can have on the world – building their self-esteem, confidence, and aspirations for the future.

We believe in a collaborative approach – sharing our learnings and best practice across areas such as research and insights, curriculum and programme design, evaluation, and staff training. Our ambition is to continue to build the National Network for Teenage Relationships – by working in partnership, we know we can support more young people together than we could alone. We’re starting locally, with the Knowsley Youth Partnership  along with our partners, Centre63 and Halewood Youth and Community Centre.