Over the course of 5 days at the end of August 2021, Bluecoat Wollaton Academy hosted its first Summer School. This week included a variety of transitions sessions, lessons, and an overnight camp. Activities included:
- Transitional activities (such as meeting teachers and tour of the school)
- Additional subject support (such as English and Maths)
- Sports-based activities
- Arts-based activities
- Wellbeing-based activities (such as team building and getting-to-know-you exercises)
Every Year 7 child attending Bluecoat Wollaton in September was invited to join us across the course of the week. Of the 163 students offered a place, we hosted an average of 149 students each day.
In accordance with the conditions of funding, we are obliged to publish the amount of summer school funding received and a high-level breakdown of how it was spent. This can be found below.
|Educational resources & books||£7,434.78|
|Equipment & activities||£13,775|
|Food & beverage||£2,473.31|
|Overall cost of the Summer School||£41, 879.09|
The school has claimed £41,559.09 in funding from the Department for Education for the 2021 Summer School.