Co-Curricular

The college's co-curricular options comprise of a full football academy teaching and playing programme, which can be accessed via the football academy tab elsewhere on this website, and a broad and interesting activity programme for those members of the community not in the football academy.

The activity programme operates after school on a Monday and Friday, whilst the sport programme operates every Wednesday afternoon. Here the college utilises our own facilities along with the facilities at the local leisure centre. The 'fun' element includes table tennis, pool, board games, pilates, dance (Zumba and modern), making cosmetics, yoga, horse riding with other options available where requested and subject to demand. The academic extension clubs allow for web design, coding, electronics, non-standard language teaching such as Arabic, art, textiles, fashion, mathematics, Young Enterprise, Investment & Securities as well as others again depending on demand.

Yoga

 

Pilates

Zumba

Cosmetic making

Art

Young Enterprise

Securities &

Investments

Table Tennis

Pool

Basketball

Swimming

Squash/Tennis

 

Concert prep

Arabic

Greek

Academic

Extension clubs

Coding

 

Electronics Web Design

Instruments music

lessons

Horse Riding

 

     

 

There is a termly concert or performance built into the activity programme, which allows pupils to sing, dance, play a musical instrument or even attempt stand-up comedy. The musicians follow a separate programme for those opting to study an individual instrument. Some small ensembles are possible, such as groups and singing ensembles, but numbers mitigate against things like a full school choir or orchestra.

As well as the activities listed above, a keen core group of pupils undertake the highly regarded and respected Duke of Edinburgh's award each year. The practice expeditions are timetabled to allow regular school work not to suffer and permit members of the football academy to take part as well.

Dayana Kacheva pictured above, was presented with her Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at Buckingham Palace.