Today, our School held a dynamic Co-Curricular Enrichment afternoon, featuring four 25-minute sessions designed to broaden students’ experiences. The activities included something physical, creative, a new skill, and a current co-curricular club.

Year 7 students enjoyed Pilates, photography, sign language, and wool crafting, guided by our enthusiastic staff. Year 8 pupils experienced line dancing, origami, juggling, and chess, while Year 9 participants took part in ultimate Frisbee, samba music, first aid training, and retro gaming.

Year 10 and Year 12 students engaged in team-building and leadership exercises with the army, fostering essential skills in team building and leadership. Cheerleading practice added an energetic flair to the day, ensuring a well-rounded and exciting experience for all involved.

The afternoon was a great success, thanks to the dedication of our staff and the enthusiasm of our students, providing a memorable and enriching addition to their school day.