There’s something for everyone when it comes to our clubs.
Clubs take place before school, at lunchtime and after school and are led by our specialist staff and external providers. Girls are encouraged to sign up for activities they already enjoy but also to try out something new. We offer a diverse range of Sport clubs including Netball, Hockey, Cricket, Swimming, Running, Tag Rugby, Football, Dance, Yoga, Fencing and Fitness. Our Music clubs on offer include, choirs, orchestras, Flute Groups, music tech and a String Ensemble. Girls also enjoy Drama, Debating, Animation, STEAM, Art, Digital Illustration, Creative Club and Mindfulness. With over 50 clubs on offer each term for Years 2-6, the choice is huge!
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There are over 20 selective and participation sports clubs each term, which include both team sports such as Netball, Football, Hockey, Dance and Cricket, and individual sports/activities like Athletics, Fencing, Running, Yoga, Swimming, Fitness and Tennis. Led by specialist coaches, our sports clubs are available to girls from Year 2 upwards.
Music & Drama
Our Director of Junior School Music encourages girls to take part in the wide variety of music clubs and groups at Junior School, including Choir, Chamber Ensemble, Orchestra, Flute Group, String Ensemble, Recorder Club and Aural Training. There are termly concerts for these groups and individual musicians. Years 3-6 also perform at their respective annual Year group shows, while the younger girls take part in the Nativity. Drama Club is available in Year 5.
Special Interest Clubs
There are over 20 special interest clubs to select from, with different clubs introduced each year. Popular club favourites include Art, Board Games, Craft, Debating, Eco Warriors, French, German, Minimus, News Bites, STEAM and Woolcraft. Specialist external providers also run Junior clubs including Animation, Chess and Yoga.
We always include a number of trips and on-site visits by authors, speakers and workshop leaders to complement the curriculum. Day trips are planned for each year group every term, ranging from local and London museums, farms, nature reserves to the theatre. Year 5 enjoy a two day Bushcraft trip to Oxfordshire with an overnight stay under canvas while Year 6 go on a week’s long PGL trip. Our Year 6 netballers also have a fun weekend away at Condover Hall for the annual GDST tournament.