Extra Curricular Activities

Duke of Edinburgh

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  • As part of the outdoor and adventurous curriculum, working towards a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award can be chosen as an option.
  • Participants have to plan, train for and undertake an expedition, as well as fulfilling 3 other sections – skills, volunteering and physical.
  • The training for the expedition includes learning map reading and navigation skills, the Countryside Code, basic expedition first aid and safety, camp craft and outdoor cooking.




Our hard working Duke of Edinburgh Award pupils have been busy working with Ian Meopham, Park Ranger with Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
During the last few weeks, they have collected marine litter from Pen-y-Cwm Bay; planted 53 saplings in Porthgain and cut back unwanted blackthorn.

Well done to our enthusiastic team!



Tots 2 Teens Club & Scheme

Club Details


Tots 2 Teens Club is a club that is held at Portfield School after school for children aged 4-19 years and over.

The club is held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 3.15PM-5:30PM We do many different activities during the evening that the children enjoy. We aim for them to be in a safe environment with friends to socialise with whilst having fun.

The children need to bring a packed lunch and there is a charge of £3.50 per session for club evenings.



Work Experience


Many of our senior students attend work placements with support in various work establishments throughout the county. At present students are experiencing the workplace at the Dyfed Riding Centre, Stackpole Gardens, the Bowlings Riding Stables, Blueskies at Scolton, Midway Motors and Crymych Leisure Centre.


Pembrokeshire College

Portfield School has good links with Pembrokeshire College and has received support from the horticulture students in developing a log circle and a sensory garden as well as maintenance and cutting back of hedges and bushes and erecting the polytunnel. Childcare students support our rebound trampoline on a Wednesday morning by ‘spotting’ while students receive their therapy.

Residential Visits


Red Ridge Activity Centre

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