Activities & Societies
College’s academic societies and practical activity clubs allow our pupils to open up areas of interest and develop new skills outside the classroom environment. As well as allowing our pupils to thrive outside the curriculum, the experiences also offer rich opportunities to enhance Higher Education applications.
We dedicate Monday evenings to our programme of societies and clubs. The Lower Sixth are encouraged to take on leadership roles within societies and clubs, setting the direction and content. This opportunity provides excellent support for applications to Higher Education in future years.
Pupils who wish to take part in practical activities can choose from clubs as diverse as polo, clay-pigeon shooting, climbing and pottery.
Our academic societies cover many core subjects including English Literature, Maths, Philosophy and Psychology. Pupils can choose to join a society that supports an existing area of study or one that gives them a new avenue to explore. In either case, they will benefit from varied meetings, build their presentation skills by presenting research topics and have the opportunity to hear external speakers.