S1 Computer Club - Monday lunchtimes
S2 Computer Club - Tuesday Lunchtimes
S1 Keyboard Club
Managed by our School Sports Coordinator staff from many departments run clubs
and teams in Hockey, Football, Basketball, Tennis, Badminton, Aerobics, Athletics,
Dance (modem and cultural), Table Tennis, Golf, Rugby and Cricket.
Pupils also have the opportunity to represent the school in Music, Debating
competition and Quizes.
Our school show this year was ‘Juke Box Journey’. The performance was in
October and was enjoyed by pupils, parents, staff and members of the local
Other after school and lunch time clubs provide opportunity for pupils in Art,
Model Making, Science, Drama, Computing, Internet Use and Scripture Union
Groups of pupils visit theatres, museums and other places of interest. Much use is
made of the school mini bus to assist with travelling.
Part of the last week of the summer term is used for ‘Activities’ where pupils
participate in a wide selection of trips and visits and activities. This ranges from
year group trips to the Magnum and Alton Towers to Chess, Drama and Golf and
Sailing with the Ocean Youth Club.
Foreign visits have been organised in recent years to Germany, France, Austria,
Belgium and Switzerland. Our second Ski visit to the USA took place during the
Parental approval is required for pupils to participate in any activity where there is
considered to be a degree of risk and for all foreign trips
SALT meets one lunchtime each week in the school. Run by senior pupils it is
specifically aimed at first and second year pupils and presents the Christian faith
in active and exciting ways. All first and second year pupils are invited to attend.
OTHER RELIGIOUS FAITHS:
The School seeks to allow pupils of all faiths the opportunity to observe key
religious events. An excellent example of this is our Ramadan Focus Group which
was set up to assist Muslim pupils with their observance of Ramadan and the
celebration of Eid.