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iCan programme at Brandeston Hall offers academic subjects as well as unusual ones




As well as academic subjects, more unusual sessions are on offer for almost 100 pupils on Saturdays.

HAVING FUN: Frances Carvill, Aggie Davies and Etty Hayward. Pictures by Mark Bullimore Photography.
HAVING FUN: Frances Carvill, Aggie Davies and Etty Hayward. Pictures by Mark Bullimore Photography.

It is not every day you learn circus skills, coding or sewing at school, but it is every week at Framlingham College Prep School that the sessions are on offer.

The iCan programme at Brandeston Hall has been running successfully for the past two years.

EXPLORING: The forest school is open to children from Years 1-6 and incorporates den building, an outdoor classroom and fire pit.
EXPLORING: The forest school is open to children from Years 1-6 and incorporates den building, an outdoor classroom and fire pit.

The idea was hatched when current headmaster, Matthew King, recognised an opportunity to offer value to parents.

“We can really build around the lives of busy families and offer something unique and inspiring.

“iCan allows pupils to build new friendships and learn alongside other talented pupils from local schools,” said Mr King.

The programme includes iCan Explore, iCan Aspire, iCan Create and iCan Discover, and pupils have been joined by other schools from Harleston and Debenham.



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