Extracurricular activities provide an opportunity to develop our pupils’ talents, interests, and passions. They teach valuable practical skills, organisational skills as well as promote good time management and teamwork. As a school we encourage all learners to participate in as many out of class opportunities as possible. Many of our clubs and activities take place during lunchtimes or after school each week. Activities are often structured to support and enrich the curriculum. However, some opportunities focus purely on enjoyment and engagement.
|Some of our weekly popular clubs and activities include|
|Maths Club||Music Club||Sports Leadership||Football Practice||Engineering Club|
|Chess Club||School Choir||Basketball Practice||Netball Practice||Industrial Cadets Programme|
|Lego Club||Concert/Band||Futsal Club||Cricket Practice|
|CAFOD Group||Badminton Club||Rowing Club||STEM Club|
|Chaplaincy Group||Volleyball Club||WISE (Women in Science & Engineering)|
These events will provide pupils with the opportunity to:
Compete in a range of individual or teams sports.
Improve co-ordination and strength.
Develop winning strategies.
Develop leadership skills.
Enjoy improved fitness and increased activity in a friendly environment.
Experience the important values of respect, friendship, equality, courage, determination and participation.
Improve numeracy and literacy skills.
Practise and perform music to audiences.
Increase awareness of the world around us.
Increase knowledge of subject specific content.
Develop an understanding of the world of work.
Develop employability skills.
Sports The Winner
This site has the sole purpose to investigate how to and further develop school-club sports links. It is the home of the Washington Sports Hub.
Duke of Edinburgh Award
Year 9 Bronze Award
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