Students from Year 1 upwards enjoy a daily activity programme from 16:00 to 17:00, 18:00 or 19:00, most of them at no extra cost for parents.
These include academic activities to give pupils extra support in many of their subjects, especially in the run-up to exam time. There are also creative activities (school production, film-making, journalism) and of course plenty of sport and dance.
Supervised homework clubs run every night from 16:00 – 17:00, in both Primary and Secondary.
Most involve no cost for parents, although those provided by monitors from outside school may incur a cost (programmes available at the school reception).
The programme will continue throughout the school year, with some changes being made each term to accommodate pupils’ needs. Information on the activities is sent to parents at the beginning of each term.
We hope that all our children come across those activities that will inspire them to develop their talent to the maximum. For any further information or help, please contact Steven Toal.
Children’s learning does not just take in the classroom during the normal school day. The opportunity to try a new sport or activity can be very positive, enabling pupils to discover new talents which further their personal development and self-esteem.
One of our main aims is to offer a wide variety of opportunities to our pupils, both during the day and after school. Our enrichment programme offers this variety, and the quality of choice meets the high standards of our school.
Below you can find an overview of our activities programme:
We help our children tap their creative potential so they can apply this creativity to their future experience. They can join clubs like Art, Newspapers club, Writing club, photography, Debate club, International film club.
Sport is of course part of the normal curriculum but we complement these timetabled lessons with extra opportunities to enjoy football, basketball, taekwondo, judo, athletics, cross-country, handball, tennis, golf, gymnastics, badminton.
We are delighted to offer classes where pupils can learn to play an instrument or improve their coordination skills and fitness through dancing. They can join these activities during lunch or after school. Piano, guitar, modern dance, ballet, fun with music, hip-hop, choir and flamenco are some of the possibilities.