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After School Clubs
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When classes are done for the day, getting involved in one of our After School Clubs offers a great way for pupils to pursue hobbies, get to know friends and learn more about the subjects they love. These clubs are tailored to Junior and Secondary pupils and run once once a week for an hour for one term. Best of all, they’re completely free for any pupil already enrolled with us.

As long as they fit in with their timetable, your child can register for up to two clubs of their choice per term.

If your child is enrolled with us and would like to join our clubs and societies, then please take a look at the ones currently running and complete the registration form on the parent portal.

Junior After School Clubs

Booklovers will come together to discuss their favourite books, analyse and share ideas on the chosen texts and continue to develop their love of reading and literature.

Description to come

Pupils will learn the basics of photography and how to create scrapbooks to profile their favourite shots.

Secondary After School Clubs

Booklovers will come together to discuss their favourite books, analyse and share ideas on the chosen texts and continue to develop their love of reading and literature.

Today’s young people will work, live and play in a world that is increasingly digital. They’ll require skills to solve problems that don’t exist yet, they’ll become change makers that build new solutions and community members of an unrecognisable globalised planet.They might become coders, but they might also be data analysts, teachers, social media collaborators, CEOs, lawyers or activists. They’ll work in fields that don’t even exist yet! And they’ll need to know how technology works.Coding and digital skills are fundamental for our changing future. By learning how to code, young people are building digital literacy skills for a changing world. They’re also developing valuable soft skills including logic, creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication.

Drama club gives pupils the opportunity to participate in creative dramatic activities. The club is for all pupils interested in theatre, acting, making new friends, or just having fun. 

Pupils will develop creative thinking skills, team building, leadership skills and confidence. Pupils will learn and develop knowledge through making, performing, and appreciating drama. 

Some topics pupils can explore include:

  • Improvisation and play building
  • Performance skills
  • Scripted drama
  • Character development