The wide-ranging Activities Programme ensures that skills and personal qualities, which cannot be formally taught in a classroom, are fostered through rich and varied experiences beyond the formal curriculum.
All pupils participate in an extensive Programme of Activities, where they have the opportunity to cultivate and refine talents, pursue current interests, or try something completely new.
In their first year Shell pupils follow a structured programme which enables them to learn new skills to prepare them for the Remove year when they engage in a balanced rota of activities which can lead to the Bronze level of the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme
In the Fifth and Sixth Form pupils can choose from a programme of over 30 activities which offers variety each term. Thursday afternoons currently find many pupils involved in something scientific, cultural, adventurous or creative, from Photography to Young Enterprise, from Ceramics to Cryptic Crosswords, from Debating to Mountain Biking. The Combined Cadet Force
supplementary to the main games programme are also available. Many pupils also make a valuable contribution to the local community, volunteering on projects of their choice outside the School, often as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Activities Coordinator: Andrew McFall firstname.lastname@example.org
Shell and Remove Activities and Duke of Edinburgh: Aerwyn Watson email@example.com