Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular Activities

We recognise the importance of balance and providing opportunities beyond the classroom. Our extra-curricular provision is key to the delivery of this.

We offer over 80 clubs and societies run by both staff and students, affording our girls the chance to take ownership whilst developing organisational skills. These societies range from sport, music, drama, dance and debating, to religion, politics and philosophy, Ultimate Frisbee and yoga. There is something for everyone.

As national restrictions are eased, we are starting to reintroduce educational visits which complement the academic aspects of school life and enable students to grow as individuals. A number of these visits are residential, with students participating in music and sports tours as well as opportunities to undertake the Duke of Edinburgh Award and take part in adventure activities weekends. Alongside this we are continuing to offer virtual opportunities to complement our academic curriculum and provide the additional experience that helps to develop our students as active members of our society.

We encourage students of all ages to take part in these activities, express themselves and showcase their talents. this undoubtedly helps boost self-esteem and gives our girls confidence to take on life and succeed.

Please follow this link to the list of clubs on offer this term Autumn 2021-22.

We use a digital system to administer our extra-curricular clubs. Students and parents will recieve log-in details for the website where current schedules can be checked and students can sign up for the individual clubs. The website can be accessed here SOCS login.

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