Dearne Adventure is the name of the adventurous activities programme offered to students and staff at the Dearne ALC. It encompasses the highest quality of adventurous activity to develop the Dearne ALC’s core community, creating a rich curriculum that builds on the interests and motivations of all students and staff. At its heart, Dearne Adventure offers challenge, reward and personal development that is designed to be wide reaching and inclusive.
As Dearne Adventure develops, we aim to offer something for every student in the school, which will support their development in self-belief and confidence, identity within our community, independence, sense of social and personal responsibility, understanding of strengths and weaknesses, time management, providing for others and transferrable skills such as problem solving, communication and teamwork.
The flagship offering of Dearne Adventure is the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme, which is aimed at students in Y9 and Y10. The Award starts at the Bronze level, which will be offered from October 2016. Students will complete four sections, including: Skill (pursuit of a hobby or interest); Service (supporting our community); Physical (sports, dance and fitness); and the chance to participate in a potentially life-changing expedition (on foot, cycle, horseback, or water).
Further information can be found at the following link: http://www.dofe.org
To view the DofE events document, click here.
Students who have a place on the Ski Trip to Claviere, Italy will have received a letter detailing payments to be made for the Ski Trip. These payments total £750, including the £50 initial deposit paid. Further details regarding kit required and...
Dearne Adventure is run by Mr. Belk (Science Teacher). Please speak to him in the first instance if you would like to find out more about Dearne Adventure.
Alternatively, connect with us on twitter @DearneAdventure, where you will be able to follow the development of our outdoor activities programme
“Pupils are helpful, polite and courteous to staff, visitors and to each other. The atmosphere in school is positive, supportive and caring.” Ofsted 2016
“The teaching of mathematics is effective. Most pupils make good progress in this subject.”
68% of students make expected progress or better
“They are given a significant range of extra opportunities which prepare them well for life beyond the school. These pupils speak with passion and confidence about their ambitious aspirations for the future.” Ofsted 2016
of more able students achieved an A or A*
Students leaving with 5 A*-C grades, including English and maths