We are delighted to introduce a new enrichment initiative for RPA - World Week. We have created a full and varied programme of activities for students to take part in during the week of the 9-13 July. All students need to do is to review the activities and then share with us their top three choices. You can do that by using the World Week Registration form which can be accessed here or scroll to the bottom of the page to view it. Those choices need to be made by Monday 16 April. We will announce the activities allocated by the beginning of June.

World Week Activities 2018

French trip to Mayenne
Students will visit Le Mont St Michel, Saint Malo and do some other activities on site. On the way back, they will go to Disneyland Paris.
Cost: £470

Students will improve the allotment garden, build raised beds and an outdoor teaching hub.
Free (Friday trip to Kew Gardens is £4 each)

Writing a book
Keen writers will collaborate to write a book from start to finish over the course of the week.

Literary walks of London
Visiting key literary sites around London with some reading/writing activities.
Cost: £30-£40

Concert in a week
Two days of workshops, students then work in small groups or individually to put together a concert for parents on the following Friday afternoon.

Museum Week
Making the most of the opportunities around us and visiting two different museums each day.
Free (packed lunch required)

Cultural Exploration
Visiting key historical, cultural, scientific and literary sites around London. Including some activities in the Natural History Museum, and the Science Museum etc.
Cost: £9.70 + travel costs

Make a game with Twine
Writing a narrative game or interactive fiction, using links and variables to give branching paths and alternative endings to the story. Use CSS to give your story colour and images. No coding experience needed. 

Crafty Sew 'n' Sews Academy
Art, cross stitch, tapestry, clay modelling, weaving, paper mache modelling. Glass painting and many more craft activities.
Cost: approximately £8

Physics of Roller Coasters
Design, build and test your own roller coaster. Design and market your own theme park. Look at the physics of roller coasters. Go to Thorpe Park and have a behind the scenes workshop. Aimed at Y9/10 students. 
German trip to Cologne
Day in Cologne including the guided visit to the Chocolate Museum, a day in Phantasialand, a day on the Rhine including a boat trip, visit to Marksburg Castle and time in Rudesheim.
Cost: £425

University visits
Students have got the chance to visit some local universities, as well as a teambuilding day and a trip to Kensington's Design Museum. Packed lunch required for each day.

Using technology
Using technology to improve our energy or happiness. This will be like a boot camp of activities to improve wellbeing, motivation and energy. Students will also re-design/amend the strategies as they use them. 

Basketball Master Camp
One week master camp looking at ball handling, dribbling, passing shooting and gameplay. 

Make a gourmet picnic and take to park, visit to Borough Market and Neal's Yard, curry day, Ready, Steady, Cook, breadmaking, cakes, pizza etc.
Cost: £30 (including ice cream in the park)

WWI Battlefields Tour
A trip to WWI battlefield sites such as Christmas truce, Ypres, Menin Gate, field hospitals, underground tunnel networks etc. This ties into Historic Environment section of the GCSE Paper 1.
Cost: approximately £300

Visit Bletchley Park
To visit the code-breaking facilities set up by the famous mathematician Alan Turing.
Cost: £10.50

A practical course in mindfulness.

A week of art, textiles and drama
Activities focusing on a natural forms theme. Visits to the Natural History Museum, theatre production and Kew gardens and two days in school producing large scale 'bugs' from a whole host of materials. Cost: approx. £30

Sports Tour to Netherlands
A team of boys and girls heading to the Netherlands for a football and netball competition.
Cost: £630.00