In local schools around Boston: The project supports our community in two ways. On the one hand it visits the community in the evening to create a safer place on the streets and on the other hand it visits schools during the day to lead RE and Citizenship lessons. Our services are free to schools, simply because the local churches want to support local schools. That’s what being community is all about!
The lessons are fast moving, varied and schools have valued the benefits of a different learning environment on the upper deck of the bus. The upper deck class room is creative, curious and our visitors love it! There is also good view from the top deck too!
We employ an experienced part-time Schools worker whose remit is to work with pupils from year 6 to year 8 age (11-13 years old).
“A fantastic space and environment for students to tackle difficult subjects away from the classroom”.Boston High School (2019)
“roadHoG provided a fantastic opportunity for all pupils to explore their emotions relating to transition to secondary school through engaging activities including treasure hunts, singing and discussion. Due to their enjoyment of the lessons, many of our pupils then visited the bus when it was out in the community and would come to school discussing the lovely hot chocolate they had drunk, games they had played and discussions they had had with the workers”Park Academy (2023)
“It is always a privilege to have the bus come to visit and support our pupils with transition. They bounce back off with enthusiasm and enjoy reflecting on the content. A real must for schools and something we look forward to booking for our children”.St Thomas Academy (2023)