Extracurricular opportunities are published half termly, and are available to all students. These activities support the physical and mental wellbeing of students, finding ways to engage all students in positive, active lifestyle habits that will continue into their adult lives. This involves raising students’ participation rates and their awareness of local, national and global opportunities for hobbies, clubs, physical activity and sport. Direct emphasis is placed on the link between “healthy bodies and healthy minds”. Sport and physical activity is seen as a vehicle for engaging students in active learning The programme aims to introduce students to new experiences and opportunities that develop the new academic thinking, skills or spiritual development.
The record of extracurricular opportunities, including house competitions, Sports Days, talent shows, challenges and exhibitions is available on google drive, and is updated every half term.