We are Cook Class and we enjoy exploring and playing, especially outdoors! We are a group of explorers, artists, designers, and most importantly we are good friends. We take our learning outside and we enjoy activities such as swimming and Forest School. Our Topic this Autumn is “Myself and my toys”. In the Spring term, we will be looking at “People who help us”. And finally, in the Summer term we will learn about “How I get around”. We always make sure we have fun with our learning whilst building good friendships with our peers!
Hello! We are Polo Class and we love singing, dancing and drawing. We enjoy being creative and like to make the most of learning outside. Forest School is one of the highlights of our week and we are excited about our Swimming lessons and Horse Riding lessons. Our topic this term is 'Around the World' and together we have decided which countries we would like to learn about. In Spring, our topic will be 'Superheros' and in Summer we will be learning about 'Transport'. We're so excited about all the fun opportunities coming our way this year!
Welcome to Drake class. We love being creative and having fun. Our topic this Autumn is Ancient Egyptians and we have enjoyed using Google Earth to explore where Egypt is in the world. We have also enjoyed writing our names using hieroglyphics. In spring we will be looking at different people including superheroes and real life heroes and in the summer we will be exploring things which move, such as different modes of transport. We are looking forward to working together, having fun with our learning and playing with our friends.
Welcome to Ride Class! We are a class full of brilliant personalities who cannot wait for a great year of learning! We have lots of pupils who are new to KS3 and are doing a great job adjusting to life in secondary school.
This term we are learning about 'Our Local Community' and are looking forward to lots of trips out to see who helps us in our community, but also learning about how we can do great things for our community, such as donating food to the local food banks.
We have already shown great teamwork and communication skills in Forest Schools in our first few weeks back whilst making dens which is brilliant to see!
After an amazing start to the year, Ride Class are looking forward to more fun and learning as the year goes on!
Welcome to Armstrong class. This year, we are a class of 13 students; 5 girls and 8 boys in year groups 7 and 8.
We have been enjoying spending time getting to know each other without COVID restrictions, which has made us all very happy! This means we can further develop our social skills by familiarising ourselves with pupils across other key stages and of course, catching up with our old friends that may have previously been in other 'bubbles'.
We will start off our Topic work by looking at our local community and will be consolidating our learning by enjoying lots of trips out in our locality.
In class we will be reading The Legend of Spud Murphy by Eoin Colfer, working on our reading and comprehension skills in both our English lessons and during the mornings before lessons start.
In addition to this, we will be striving to achieve our individual assessment targets in both academic and personal areas of our development, supporting each other by celebrating one another's accomplishments along the way.
We look forward to an uninterrupted year of learning, adventure and discovery!
We are Hadfield and we are a Key Stage 3 class. We enjoy subjects such as English, Maths, Science, ICT and PE. We have Topic every Friday morning and will be going out on educational visits to many different places in our community, learning about the people who help us and becoming more independent.
We are a very happy class and have Mr Ball, Mrs Lepetit, Mrs McCourt and Mrs Walters to help us with our learning.
Welcome to hadfield we love this lovely class because its our favorite especially with my lovely kind and helpful teacher Mr. Ball he is very funny and we love pe, pshe, and maths, art, science, horticulture, and we are very happy that we can be next to my friends at lunch in the hall and go on the swings with all our best friends. Written by Kyle
We are Peake and are a KS3 class. We have a very busy week at school and enjoy subjects such as English, Maths, Science, ICT and Technology.
We have Topic every Friday morning and will be going out on educational visits to many different places in our community, learning to be as independent as we can be. We are a very happy class and have Mrs Stack, Miss Hughes, Mrs Collier and Mrs Reynolds to help us with our learning
Hello, we are Boyd class. We are a group of very hard-working Key Stage 4 pupils. This year, we will be working towards gaining lots of qualifications and completing plenty of coursework.
We do lots of learning about topics that keep us safe, happy and to help us better understand the adult world. Alongside this, we also cover more traditional academic subjects such as Maths and English. In both of these subjects we are working towards our Edexcel Functional Skills qualifications.
The other lessons that we cover (Horticulture, Science, PE, Art, Food Technology and Wood Technology) are largely practical in nature and allow us to gain AQA Unit Award Scheme qualifications.
Alongside all of this, we are really focussed on improving our literacy skills by improving our understanding of phonics, reading, spelling and speaking and listening
This is a small group of confident Key Stage 4, individuals who are encouraged to work together to support each other's educational, therapeutic, social, emotional, and behavioural needs.
Pupils in our class are getting ready to move onto the next exciting adventure of their lives. During this year we will be focusing on developing their independent living skills as well as completing various academic courses.
We are looking forward to venturing out and about on various educational visits within the Brentwood and Basildon areas.
This will give pupils an opportunity to practise skills such as handling money, reading bus time tables, communicating with the general public, reading menus and improving their social skills. We use every opportunity to support pupils towards independence and gaining a better understanding of the world around them
In Fiennes Class this year we are a mixture of Year 10 and Year 11 students. Even though our class is made up of 2 year groups they work really well together.
The Year 11 pupils in our class have nurtured and supported our Year 10 students in their transition from Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4 and the Year 10 students have become confident and feel very grown up now.
We are learning about Life Skills this year- things that will help us to live independently when we are older. We learn how to do the dishes, load the dishwasher, how to work a washing machine, how to iron and how to clean the house properly- all very important skills to have.
We are looking forward to new challenges this year, when we will be working towards our qualifications and have the chance to become Prefects.
Our class motto is Be Kind to Everyone
Bingham class is our first KS5 group at the Endeavour Co-operative Academy. We follow a curriculum that will encourage us to become confident and independent young adults who are prepared for adulthood.
In Key stage 5 we will be learning about the different skills needed for work and independent living. These skills are developed through experiencing activities such as volunteering in community/Enterprise projects and off-site physical activity. Key Stage 5 will allow us to explore the world of work and potential careers whilst gaining the ability to be able to lead an independent, healthy, active lives.