Activities Programme

ACTIVITIES BOOKING PORTAL

SUMMER TERM 2024

Summer Term Activities Booking will be open from 

9am Tuesday 19th March and will close at 9am Monday 25th March


Activities will run: Tuesday 16 April - Friday 5 July

Early Buses : Monday 8 - Thursday 11 July

AUTUMN TERM 2024

Autumn Term Activities 

Activities will run: Monday 9 September - Friday 6 December

Early Buses : Thursday 5 - Friday 6 September & Monday 9 - Thursday 12 December

END OF DAY TIMINGS

Juniors (R-1 / 2-6)

Senior Girls & Sixth Form 

Senior Boys

School Finishes

3.30pm / 3.45pm

4.00pm

4.00pm

Activities Run 

4.00pm - 5pm

4.10pm - 5.05pm

4.15pm - 5.15pm

Please note that late-finishing activities are identified as such on the schedules, and parents will need to collect students as they will not be able to catch the buses.

WELCOME TO THE CLAIRES COURT ACTIVITIES HUB

Here you will find schedules, information and help for the Claires Court Extra Curricular Activities Programme.

Activities sign-up is open once for each term, and should be completed using the SchoolBase portal. To log in to the Portal click the link at the top of the page. 

Note: Activities for which a student has a confirmed space will appear at the top of the Booking Activities page on the SchoolBase portal. This can be viewed at any point during the term but the full list of available activities will only be visible during the sign-up period. 

Link to New Parent's guidance

TRANSPORT BOOKINGS

Please ensure that if you are booking an Activity that will require a change to your child's travel requirements, such as requiring a seat on a link bus, or the cancellation of a school-home bus, please ensure that you update your Vectare account accordingly. 


LOGGING IN

SENIOR PUPILS : You can log in using your Google Login

PARENTS: 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 BENEFITS OF EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

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-curricular 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!