Our vision is to inspire each child to achieve their individual potential and; vital to this are our extracurricular activities which link into and develop the co-curricular programme. Subject areas range from outdoor activities, music, drama and art, to life skills and community work.  Friday afternoons are dedicated to Clubs, while other activities are offered during lunch breaks and before / after school.

“Pupils achieve extremely well in a wide-range of extracurricular activities, with achievements in sport being particularly noteworthy”

The diversity of opportunities to explore and learn new skills is enormous.  Each term new Clubs and activities are offered — with selection driven by demand.  Some of the activities we run include:

Music/Art and Drama:

Termly productions, shows and exhibitions, as well as international tours provide an opportunity for all ages and abilities to get involved either — either performing or in backstage technical roles.

International Junior Science Olympiad and the International Young Physicist Tournaments:

An opportunity for our elite science students to compete against other students from around the world.

International MUN:

Students compete annually on an international level against their counterparts from other schools. This is a chance to practise their debating and presentation skills.

The President’s Award:

This encourages students to focus on their educational interests and improve or enhance their abilities through engaging in challenging projects that bolster personal achievements and growth.