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Curriculum Enrichment

At Hutton Rudby Primary School we believe that it is important for children to be able to apply their classroom learning to new situations. To encourage them to do this, and become more confident in doing so, we are very keen to give our children access to a wide range of trips and activities as well as enrichment time on a Friday afternoon where they can enhance their learning in many different ways.

A Whole School Approach

Here are just some of the ways Hutton Rudby Primary School delivers an enriching curriculum.

  • Rights Respecting Schools
  • Various sporting trips with Stokesley Cluster
  • Harvest Festival
  • Christmas/Easter Church Services
  • Fundraising
    • Children in Need
    • Time to Talk
    • Alzheimer’s Society
  • Picture News Assembly
  • School Council
  • Newsround
  • The Big Pedal
  • British Science Week
  • World Book Day
  • Sports Week
  • Eco-Team events – e.g. Switch Off Fortnight, The Big Battery Hunt, Waste Week

Memorable Experiences

In each year group the children have many memorable experiences that not only foster a love of learning but also promotes their social, moral, cultural and emotional development.

Year 1 

  • Woodland Walk
  • Fairy Houses
  • Creating habitats
  • Autumn Fair
  • Christmas Production
  • Parties
  • Cycle Training
  • Special visitors
  • Church services
  • Chinese New Year
  • Superhero day
  • Yoga Bugs
  • Hero visit (paramedic)
  • Science week
  • Peanut the elephant

Year 2

  • Lessons in the Wildlife area.
  • Messy Afternoon.
  • Visit to Mima
  • Visit to Scarborough Castle
  • Castle Building.
  • Nativity Story work.
  • Christmas production.
  • Open the Book Assemblies.
  • Visits from members of other cultures.
  • Homework show and tell

Year 3

  • Exploring and creating cave painting
  • River Walk.
  • Visit to Teesmouth.
  • Using the nature area to help mathematical skills 
  • Dodgeball trip to Stokesley
  • Elvis the Elf causing havoc in the classroom and stealing the class teacher
  • Exploring characters and motives through drama
  • Dissecting Stone Age poo
  • Creating Stone Age camps
  • Pet rats

Year 4

  • Multiskills event
  • Visiting Arbeia Roman Fort
  • Outdoor learning
  • Trip to The Deep
  • Summer Production
  • Creative homework projects/ presentations
  • Harvest/ Christmas services in Church

Year 5

  • Mosque visit
  • Carlton Trip
  • Space Trip
  • Christmas production
  • Creative homework presentations
  • Houses of Parliament Box
  • Parachute creation and testing
  • Boat creation and testing
  • Orange mummification
  • Live mummification
  • Time Capsule creation and retrieval. 
  • Bridge building
  • Wind turbines
  • Debating competition
  • Creating clay canopic jars.
  • Reading buddies

Year 6

  • WW1 Battlefields Trip
  • Harry Potter World Visit
  • Bewerley Park
  • Stepping Up programme
  • Live Museums
  • Creative homework presentations
  • Bikeability
  • Carlton Bike Ride
  • Post-SATs trip
  • Houses of Parliament Box
  • Outdoor learning

Enrichment Fridays

One hour of PE with a Specialist Teacher.

  • Football – Tom
  • Dance
  • Multisports – Lynn

One hour doing an activity delivered by TA (or one of the Trained Provider activities)

  • Free Writing with Pobble365
  • Creative Crafts
  • Science Exploration
  • Responding to SMSC discussions

Trained Provider

  • First Aid Training
  • Pedestrian Training

Other enriching activities the children have experienced include:

  • Sewing 
  • Board games
  • Baking
  • Radio
  • Drama
  • Music


If you have any skills/expertise that you feel the children would benefit from learning about then please do not hesitate to get in touch with us!!

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