Pupils at Headlands School are encouraged to take part in a wide range of out-of-school activities.  Organised in association with their individual needs and care plans, the structured groups of recreational activities helps promote inclusion, explore interests and build on self-esteem and skills development.

Some examples of recent activities include cycling trips both in the UK and abroad, Tri-Athlon club, rock climbing, snow boarding, football, fishing, horse riding, surfing, canoeing and camping.

Pupils also benefit from a range of opportunities to be involved in the local community, such as  participating in drama events, taking part in inter-school football and athletics tournaments and attending the local leisure centre.

Cafe 100

Our on site, Coffee shop.

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The Voice

Headlands Radio station, run by our students

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Spokes cycle shop

Teaching the pupils cycle maintenance skills

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Headlands Drama & Dance Group

Offering pupils a mixture of Drama, music and dance events.

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