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Co-Curricular Programme

What is a co-curricular programme?

A programme consisting of enriching opportunities outside the normal curriculum (class time), which complements, the curriculum, such as:

  • trips

  • visits

  • co-curricular clubs

  • sports

  • school productions 

  • instrumental lessons

  • learner voice & fundraising

  • other “one off” opportunities such as Careers Week

Why is a co-curricular programme important?
  • Discover and develop learners' talents and interests

  • Broadens learners' horizon

  • Supports mental and physical health

  • Develops learners' character, improving their confidence, resilience, and independence, for example.  

  • Deepens learners' understanding, or knowledge or skills learnt in the classroom. 

  • Prepares learners for the next stage of life, and education.

What co-curricular clubs are available this term?
Below is are links to the co-curricular timetable for Autumn/Winter 2022-23 and Spring/Summer 2023 as well as a brochure summarising the activities that are available. There is also a link to providing further information about the clubs on offer. There are posters around the school advertising the clubs which are available.
Most clubs are open to all learner. However, they may need to check if you are in the correct year group for particular clubs. Learners must also ask their parents/carers for permission to attend an after-school club and let them know the time they will arrive home afterwards.