Throughout their time at Wyke we provide children with additional learning opportunities in addition to the core curriculum. This list is not exhaustive but gives a flavour of some of the activities our pupils enjoy.
Feet First is a road safety and active travel skills awareness course that will be aimed at children ages 7 to 8 years old (Year 3). It will provide pupils with road safety skills to better enable them to safely walk to and from school with their parents and carers and prepare them for independent travel.
Find out more on the Surrey Feet First Website
On Bikeability Level 1, riders learn to control and master their cycles in a space away from traffic, such as a playground. The course is typically 3 hours delivered in a single day for year 4 pupils.
Bikeability Level 2 takes place on local streets. Riders learn how to deal with traffic on quieter roads, progressing to ones that are a little busier if they are able to. The course is typically 7 and a half hours over 5 days, for year 6 pupils.
Find out more at www.bikeability.org.uk
The Young Voices experience is not simply a children’s choir concert, these are the largest children’s choir concert's in the world. Choirs will perform alongside 5,000-8,000 other children as a single choir to capacity audiences of family and friends.
Find out more at www.youngvoices.co.uk
Year 6 Residential
A residential visit is an exciting new adventure for children at primary school. Often, a residential school trip is the first time many young students have stayed away from home. During their stay Year 6 pupils will take part in a range of water and land based activities, providing a unique space for learning and self-discovery.
Find out more about the SOLD centers