Optional Classes

We have an interesting and varied list of activities designed to stimulate, educate and physically challenge pupils. The classes are organised by well qualified, enthusiastic and experienced teachers and offer fun for all ages. This brochure introduces you to the various activities available. Each listing gives you the locations the activity is run from and the ages catered for. The list of activities available in our school is permanently updated. Some of our pupils’ favourites are the 25-metre indoor pool, horse riding and our Music School.

 A wide variety of optional classes taking place throughout the school year both at lunchtimes and after school. If you would like to register your child, please fill in the forms found at the bottom of each activities page. All optional classes age requirement is from reception up to end of year 13.

 

Download full list of activity prices and schedules here:

Extra Curricular Activities : Prices and Schedules 2016-17

 

Sports

There are many different sports teams representing the school each week in competitions across all age ranges, in many sports such as football, swimming and basketball, amongst others.

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Mindfulness & Yoga

This activity will help build up confidence, motivation, assertiveness and emotional intelligence. We will work once a week in groups where we will discover different tools to empower our minds and how to potentiate teens minds in a healthy way.

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MusicDance

There is a vibrant and prestigious music department at our school, with regular performances in which many pupils participate. Concert programmes include music ranging from classical to modern composers. Each term there are musicals and drama productions performed by our students, in addition to talent shows and regular fund raising activities.

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Languages

In today’s world, studying a foreign language is vital, helping to improve student’s performance in other subjects as well as personal growth.

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Robotix & Chess

The 21st century social and working environment requires young people to be active, flexible, creative and be able to work in a team, as well as be bring innovative solutions to today’s challenges.

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