Clubs and Activities

Extra curricular activities can help students work to build professional skills that a classroom alone cannot always foster. A leadership-oriented club, for example, will help students to learn essential skills in management and delegation, while a debating club will provide additional public speaking practice for students. Sports most often have the effect of fostering strong teambuilding skills and training students to work towards long-term goals.

In short, extracurricular activities can arm students with many of the skills future employers will be looking for. They also allow students to pursue interests outside of a standardised academic context which they may not have encountered before. Most importantly, our programmes are great fun and give students the chance to spend time with others with similar interests.

Download a copy of our current clubs timetable here


Please note that if a club needs to be cancelled, students should email home to let parents know the changes to their school day. We will try to send out a message home where possible.

The library is always open after school if students need to wait to be collected. If a sports club is cancelled students are welcome to attend an alternative sports club.

If your child is in school but can’t attend their club due to an appointment, they should let the teacher running the club know.