The Releasing Potential curriculum is designed so that a significant part of each day is usually spent off site involved in outdoor activities. Behavioural difficulties are not seen as a barrier to inclusion in offsite trips and activities, unless the risk assessment indicates that, despite all the measures we can put in place, the risk remains too high to permit this. Residential adventure trips are arranged in Year 11, as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award
or as part of the general outdoor education curriculum. Most students complete Work Experience, and in our 6th Form these can be extended placements.