The extra-curricular programme is an intrinsic part of supporting our School values and vision.
Extra-curricular activities are a fundamental aspect of pupil development, enhancing their capacity to develop interests as well as in new areas unrelated to their academic studies.
Students are encouraged to contribute to the school and the wider community as caring, global citizens in the spirit of our School motto “non sibi sed scholae”
The School will provide an ambitious co-curricular and extra-curricular programme which enriches the educational experience and contributes considerably to the personal development of each individual.
The School seeks to provide a wide range of opportunities for pupils of all ages and interests to take responsibility, work as part of a team, face new challenges, acquire new skills, and develop physically and creatively.
The School will ensure equal opportunities for all students and in those activities requiring selection will ensure a fair and unbiased process.
All students are encouraged to participate in at least one extra-curricular activity and should seek to challenge themselves in new environments and aspire to achieve their full potential
Student commitment to the co-curricular and extra-curricular programme will be monitored and evaluated and the positive outcomes will be recognised and rewarded.
Staff members are expected to make a valid contribution to the co-curricular and extra-curricular programme.
The extra-curricular will be line managed by a designated member of the SMT and evaluation will take place in coordination with the line manager and the HoD where appropriate.
Suggestions and proposals for starting new activities should be addressed to the designated SMT member. Such proposals will be given consideration on a wide number of points and issues before the establishment of new clubs.
The School will seek to promote this policy through an active partnership with parents, outside organisations and other stakeholders. The underlying ethos of enhancing the school experience will be maintained at all times.
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