Reach Out is a community partnership and outreach programme brought to you by Nottingham Girls’ High School.
Committed to inspiring a love for learning and achievement in children and young people, Reach Out works to raise attainment by providing extraordinary opportunities and experience days through innovative and engaging events that are available free of charge to local city and county schools. During the current climate, Reach Out is working online with the Reach Out Resource Room.
Over the last 7 years, Reach Out has delivered over 100 projects to over 10,000 children and young people. Designed with primary core subjects in mind, our provision includes STEM, the arts, outdoor learning, learning support and business and enterprise. You can view our previous events on our News blog.
Our new online Reach Out Resource Room (RORR) and Catalogue boasts hundreds of resources which are accessible and downloadable for all city and county primary schools free of charge. The Catalogue includes a variety of academic and enrichment activities for children designed by teaching experts from Nottingham Girls’ High School as well as other state-maintained and independent schools within the RORR Partner Schools Network.
The Reach Out team is made up of two core members of staff, Susie and Wendy. Susie is the Partnership Coordinator who leads all community based partnerships and communications. Wendy is our Outreach Coordinator who leads on our creative events and resources. We also have two Outreach prefects, Rosie and Miriam – Rosie helps populate our RORR and Catalogue and produces copy for the blog, whilst Miriam supports with our social media communications.
If you would like to find out more about the Reach Out team, RORR and Catalogue, please get in touch; we would love to hear from you.
I am really excited to begin working with the Reach Out team to ensure the school is benefitting the local community as much as possible. I am mostly looking forward to organising lots of fun events for local children, young people and the elderly.
I am currently studying A-level Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry so I would also love to incorporate my skills and knowledge from these subjects into my role.