All students are expected to take part in extra-curricular activities in a term. The activities are selected to provide academic, physical and artistic opportunities in addition to the curriculum. The extra-curricular programme supports the development of the individual, their access to the current curriculum and their future prospects for study, work and as confident individuals and global citizens.
Other activities like Scouts, President’s Award, Amnesty International, Arts and Crafts Club, Ball Games Club, Dance Club, French Club, Model United Nations, Needlework Club, Tae Kwondo, ICT Club, Jewellery Club, Book Club, Cookery Club amongst others can be taken as after school activities during the 15.10 - 16.10pm school slot and we encourage children to take advantage of what is on offer. A Clubs Booklet is sent to parents at the start of each term so that they can discuss the activities which are on offer and help their children make selections.
Some of the sports offered are seasonal.