The Enrichment programme continues to improve and expand in variety, offering our pupils an outstanding programme of activities.  Enrichment at Ribblesdale must be the highlight of our week for both staff and pupils. It has been described by Ofsted as ‘an exemplary range of opportunities to enhance their personal development’ and we are very proud of the varied programme we can offer. As you look through the different workshops for each year group, you will see that pupils can select active workshops through to debating through to first aid. The choice is amazing. Pupils will continue to make their own choices and complete six modules annually in Years 7-10, which include four from the Enrichment model and two PSHE/Citizenship units. Every module a pupil successfully completes, the teacher or instructor will award points using set criteria and point thresholds. 

Please see the link for your year group. 


Enrichment Level Descriptors



A highly motivated pupil who is a role model within the activity and will aim to achieve well above expectations. He/she is industrious and engages in self-reflection in order to progress. He/she is well-organised and an effective independent learner. They contribute effectively as a group/team member and take the initiative.


A motivated pupil who takes full responsibility for his/her learning, and who completes the activities and their own learning to a very high standard in relation to expectations.  He/she demonstrates initiative and has a positive approach to learning both individually and as a team/group member.



A generally positive pupil. He/she has some initiative, will seek help when he/she requires it and usually aim to complete the activity/work and their own learning to the best of his/her ability. They contribute well to group/teamwork and seek to take the initiative.


A pupil who completes work to the standard that reflects his/her ability and shows application to his/her studies. He/she generally completes activities/work and contributes to group/team work showing occasional initiative.



A pupil who demonstrates some motivation to learn and progress. He/she shows some application to class work/ activities and their own learning. His/her progress is satisfactory and they work co-operatively in a group/team with or without the direction from others.


A pupil with the potential to achieve more, but is making some progress with his/her studies. He/she is capable of distinguishing what he/she needs to do to enhance his/her learning but does not always take the initiative to do so. Class work/activities and their own learning completed are generally of a sound standard. They work as a team/group member with direction from others.



A pupil who is unprepared to learn, maybe a disruptive pupil who has a negative attitude that adversely affects his/her learning. He/she is inattentive in the sessions and does not apply himself/herself to tasks, which are often incomplete and deadlines are rarely met. He/she often rejects help and guidance that would enable him/her to further his/her learning.  They have not worked co-operatively and/or contributed to group/team work;
Due to absence they have been unable to complete the module or have attended insufficient sessions in which to make meaningful progress