We are fully committed to our students finding inspiration no matter what their talents are, or where their interests may lie.  Our co-curriculum unashamedly focuses on pushing students outside their usual experiences, comfort zones and develops a positive can-do attitude.

[Pupils] establish important life skills through a wide range of extra-curricular activities.

ISI Report 2022

Challenge with support means students achieve more than they ever imagined: whether that is learning to cook a curry from scratch, or tackling a muddy assault course, or delivering a talk to their peers on a sensitive topic.  Our Learning Habits are embedded in our co-curricular provision.

Beyond the classroom, pupils are able to mature through, and greatly benefit from, the myriad of opportunities to develop their skills through clubs, activities, trips, assemblies and workshops, many of which are often pupil led.

ISI 2022
Over 70 clubs
& societies
Our students have the space and the opportunity to find their passions without concern for stereotype. There is truly something for everyone.
Field Days
Enrichment activities
Regular off-timetable co-curricular days take place for all year groups with students enjoying a vast range of enrichment activities.
Trips & visits
Local & overseas
Our students have the opportunity to take part in a range of local and overseas trips from volunteering to sports tours.

Our co-curricular provision is about our students having fun, trying something new with friends, testing themselves as team members and leaders, and learning to appreciate their passions and limits. Our co-curriculum is fundamental to our students discovering who they are and developing as well-rounded, balanced individuals. With the spark kindled, we hope that their passions will stay with them throughout their lives.

Read more about our co-curricular activities in The Review