Extra-curricular activities enrich learning and broaden horizons, enabling students to make new friends, learn the value of teamwork, hone leadership skills, and contribute to their communities.
From participating in sports and drama, to collecting for charity or writing for the student magazine, the opportunities for involvement are diverse – and the rewards are infinite. Our inclusive, supportive environment encourages students to pursue their passions or try something new. This helps create well-rounded individuals, and gives students an edge when applying for university courses, scholarships and jobs.
Year 13 student leaders are appointed to spearhead specific portfolios (such as arts, technology, sports, social), and are supported by student committees, who work within each portfolio, providing further opportunities for involvement and leadership. At the start of each year student leaders announce which activities will be on offer. Students are also encouraged to start new sports teams or activities that aren’t currently running. It’s a great way to empower students to be self-motivated and independent.