On Mondays we are operating a fortnightly timetable.
On one Monday we will be working with bikes - either in the workshops if it's wet or out on bike rides if it's a fine day. We have got a new stock of bikes from Norfolk Police many of them needing work doing on them.
On the next Monday we will be doing a course called "Geog On!". This is a geography course unlike any you have done in school. Every week we will be out in Norfolk following the course of the River Bure; or finding out what impact global warming is having on our coastline; or working out what the future of Norfolk is - what new jobs are becoming available off-shore or where the building jobs are going to be.
Tuesday is going to be our Prince's Trust XL Club day.
The young people themselves could decide exactly what we are going to be doing.
It could be a project to raise money for a local charity (remember the great sponsored walk from Cromer to Yarmouth?).
They might be setting up a business making tables or building go-karts or making another DVD for younger children in primary schools.
This is still a sports day aimed at getting you an Asdan sport award but this year there will be a difference. We are calling it "Olympic Sports for all" and the aim is to try out as many different Olympic sports as we can (there were 26 in the London Olympics). We hope that you will find a new interest and decide to take up a new sport seriously. We will put you in touch with a local club and help you get started. Who knows, maybe we'll see you performing in the Rio Olympics in 4 years time?! All things are possible - you just have to make them happen.
There will be arange of activities happening on Fridays. Denise will be working in the kitchen with YP who are interested in cooking. Jason and Joe will be in our newly re-equipped workshops working on a range of craft projects using resistant materials. Liz will be working with textiles and paints.
Every day will start with a session of literacy and numeracy. Everyone will be doing this either on their own or in a group. These are essential skills and they have to be practised.
It pays in the end - most of our Year 11s in 2012 got a level one qualification and they found it so much easier to get a place in college.