Opportunities for young people and adults to meet in small groups.
Opportunities for people to access information technology.
Opportunities to access information and advice, including one to one private interview space.
Opportunities for outdoor/indoor physical and/or recreational activities.
Performance space for drama and music.
Adequate signs, lighting and security.
Accessible office space & large multi-purpose hall
Appropriate access in relation to disability.
Access to a mini-bus.
Musical Instrument (Set-up)
IT computer suite & Web Radio Station
Arts and crafts room
After-school centre – English, Mathematics and Sciences
Environmentally Friendly activities (cookery classes and conservation projects)
Disciplines as diverse as papier-mâché, modeling, painting and silk screen printing encourage ideas, creativity and self expression amongst club members, with uniquely themed sessions run by specialist art tutors.
Working in partnership with leading drama organizations, the Academy’s staff run , workshops that build confidence and encourage self expression in FYA members, and which lead on to fully rehearsed productions.
FA qualified coaches teach ball skills and techniques and increase fitness levels of Academy members who participate in these two hour sessions that culminate in proper match practice.
A busy, supported environment where club members are encouraged to learn new software packages and explore the web for additional learning resources on a range of subjects that can help with homework, social issues or leisure interests.
The overall goal of the After-school canter is to provide students with a well grounded and sustained strengthening of teaching and learning across the curriculum for all pupils aged 11 to 16. It is also aimed at engaging pupils with challenging, differentiated, interesting and varied tasks. For example help with homework, time- management, realistic study habits, remedial reading skills, anger control etc