Co-Curricular Clubs & Activities

Please find below a list of some of our co-curricular clubs and activities which can help to enrich, stretch or support your education and provide you with experience to equip you for the wider world.

Student voice publication
Variety of art clubs
 e.g. Animation, Photography and Fashion Clubs
Book Club
Years 7 to 9 – Discussion of a variety of books.
Includes Greek and Latin Clubs and Classics Society
Computing-Cyber Discovery Club
Cyber problem solving
Cookery Club
Practice food preparation skills and how to make a meal healthy
Cross Stitch Club
Create your own designs in cross-stitch
Debating Club
Competitive debating, learning persuasive communication and public speaking skills
School productions – either in the cast or as part of the technical team
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Bronze, Silver and Gold levels
Economics Society
Discussing current economic news and events
Creative writing opportunities
Environmental Committee
Discussing how Badminton can be more environmentally aware
Film Creation and Editing - M²
Primarily photo and video editing of School events
Gabblers Club
After Dinner Speaking Club for students across Bristol
History Film Club
Watching History based films
Horticulture & Agriculture Club
Create and maintain a sustainable vegetable patch
Hot Potato Club
Discuss current events
Higher Project Qualification
Develop in depth knowledge of your topic area and develop research skills
Develop fundamental cooking skills and take partake in the Introductory Certificate in Food and Wine course
Develop your interest in maths, or help other pupils develop theirs
Model UN
Alongside Debating Club. Role-play as UN representatives
Modern Foreign Languages
Chinese, French, German and Spanish Clubs and Clinics
A variety of choirs, instrument groups and orchestras
Learn about pioneering women through the years
Physical Education
A wide variety of sports clubs available
Psychology Club
Partake in social experiments and watch psychological films
Public Speaking
Enter two competitions to speak on topics of your choice
Robotics & Physical Computing
Putting programming and computing skills to the test
Science Outreach
Run and present demonstrations in the sciences across different schools and public events
Tycoon Enterprise Competition
Learn how to devise a business plan and borrow money to get started in this competition, sponsored by Dragons Den’s Peter Jones
Young Engineering
Every week is a new engineering challengeIncludes Flying Start (Year 7), Go4Set (Year 9) and the Engineering Educational Scheme (Lower Sixth)
Zebedee (Christian Union)
Run by Sixth Form girls, to discuss matters of faith. Open to all faiths