After School Activities

Our After School Activities (ASA) Programme is both rich and diverse with over 80 clubs and activities designed to meet the needs and interests of our broad and diverse community. These opportunities start from Reception.

Clubs and activities largely run after school; however, a number of clubs also take place in the morning and/or at weekends. We encourage all students to be involved in activities that they are passionate about and that will enrich their learning and support them to broaden their experience and take risks.

Art, music, drama and dance are key components of the programme as they are accessible for all ages.

We have a major focus on academic extension such as robotics, modern foreign languages, science clubs and journalism. Model United Nations is offered from Year 5 upwards, and there are a number of Information Technology clubs and activities that provide opportunities for your children to apply technology to real world situations.

We strongly believe that through linking our extensive ASA programmes with the learning that takes place in the classroom your child will become a well-rounded individual who has the skills and mindset to balance both work and recreation as they move into the next stage of their lives.

Learn about our ASA programme here

Creativity ASAs are about exploring and extending ideas leading to an original or interpretive product or performance. There is a wide range of music ASAs available from Chamber Choir to Rock Band and Ukulele group to BSM Sings. In addition to this students may opt to join Art club or apply to be part of the Winston team, who publish the school newspaper.
Activity ASAs involve physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle. There are a diverse array of activity ASAs to suit all tastes and abilities. Team sports such as football, rugby, basketball and volleyball are popular choices with teams regularly competing in regional competitions. Other physical options include gymnastics, running club, boxing and karate.
Academic Extension ASAs allow students to extend their learning through the practical application of skills, knowledge and understanding. These activities include robotics, Model United Nations, Maths Teams, ICT Club, Journalism, Science Club and many more.

ASA Statistics

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