Clubs and activities
An important part of fostering a close community at our school is the range of clubs, activities and co-curricular opportunities.
Our clubs are driven by student interest and offer a range of fun and informative lunch-time activities, and we welcome suggestions for new clubs from our students.
Getting involved in these activities is a great way for students to enhance their sense of connection and belonging at school, to meet new friends from other peer groups, and to develop new skills and passions.
There’s something for everyone – from coding, gaming, planting trees, drawing and playing board games to reptiles, table tennis and sewing. We also have an active Feminist Collective and Writers Club, and our popular STEAM Club, which is a learning approach that combines science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics to guide inquiry, discussion and critical thinking.
In addition to these clubs, there are also lots of other opportunities for students to be proactive, creative or just have fun, including our Green team, our student run school newspaper ‘The Spiel‘, chess team and art club.
Students who need a hand with their homework can attend our Maths Help and Physics Help sessions after school and our lunchtime Homework Club.
The clubs and activities timetable is published in our newsletter at the start of each term.