Recently launched games club for Years 7 and 8 has opened at lunchtime to provide a safe space for younger students to go to play board and card games.
Supported by inclusion staff it has been very popular, especially during the colder, wetter months!
Some of the comments made by students attending:
“It’s a great way to make friends and see what games you have in common.”
“It helps you make friends and meet new people.”
“It’s fun way to spend lunchtime.”
“Enjoy coming here to play games and meet my friends.”
“You have somewhere to go when you’re bored.”
“Nice play to come if you’re upset and don’t know what to do.”
“I make friends here!”
“I love the variety of games.”
“I’m learning to play chess.”
“We all rush to get the Uno cards….”