The Extra Curricular Activities Programme Schedules have now been updated for the Autumn term 2021.

Activities are planned to start from Monday 13th September and run on through to Friday 10th December


Some of our activities are very popular or may have limited spaces available.  For these, we will be operating a waiting/holding list system. Where students work towards grades / belts or certificates, we will give priority to previous participants to enable them to continue working towards their goal. After that, we will assign remaining spaces in order of application. 
For other activities that simply have limited spaces, we will endeavour to allocate spaces as fairly as possible.

Everyone wishing to join the activity should select "Join", and will then be added to a waiting list rather than on to the main group list.  
If an activity appears to have spaces available but puts you on a waiting list, it is because a controlled waiting list is being operated.

Waiting lists will also be created if the number of applicants exceeds the number of spaces. You are free to join this waiting list as there is always the chance that someone will pull out of an activity and free up a space.  If a space comes up, and you are next on the list, you will be contacted.

If you have any queries regarding specific activities, please contact the appropriate school office, or email;
Junior Boys - JB Activities 
Junior Girls - JG Activities 
Senior Boys - SB Activities 
Senior Girls - SG Activities 

To log in click the link at the top of the page. 
** If you cannot see the tab you need (eg "Student Log in") click "Log In" at the very bottom of the page to log in to google sites.

When logging in, 

You can log in using your Google Login
Your username will be the username (eg Surname12545) provided when the Report Portal was launched, or when you joined the school.
If you cannot remember it, please do
 let us know.

The portal will allow you to check, at any time in the term, the activities for which you are registered, just in case you forget where you (or your child) should be.


So what's in it for you?

You get to explore your physical, creative, social and career interests with like-minded others.  You'll find new friends: trying something different may bring you in contact with pupils you didn't know who share your interests and curiosity. Participating in co-curriculat activities helps you in other ways too: it looks good on your personal statement, university/job applications and shows admissions officers and employers you're well rounded and responsible. Our Lent term programme offers new and exciting opportunities. The most basic reason for joining an activity is to have fun, make friends and get to know teachers and senior pupils better.

Finding the right activity for you

Review the activities we offer, listen to other students' experiences to find an activity that meets your needs. Think about your interests, abilities and time available. Are you looking to meet friends or get support? Don't limit yourself to the familiar, try something new!


Although most come at no extra cost, some of our activities incur an additional fee. 

A list of these activities can be found under COSTS.

In the In most cases, will require a payment to be made on the Pay Portal. For a small number, the fee will be added to the end of term bill. Further information will be sent to all participants once registration for the term is complete.