We offer over 50 clubs each week, with all pupils in Years 1 to 6 encouraged to participate. Clubs range from the conventional, such as art, drama, dance, music and sports, to the more unusual, such as our robotics and yoga clubs.

Wild Woodland Adventure club is extremely popular, with around 100 girls taking part. We embrace less high-profile sports such as fencing, archery, Ultimate Frisbee and karate, and welcome suggestions for new clubs from both pupils and parents.

Our extensive trips programme includes visits to the theatre, museums, exhibitions, places of worship and nature reserves. This helps to bring learning to life and provides a practical context to lessons. Pupils also take on many physical challenges, from skiing and canoeing to archery. All  girls from Years 3 to 6 take part in a residential trip, varying between one and four nights, which helps them develop independence and self-confidence through engaging with physical and problem-solving challenges, as well as developing their scientific and geographical knowledge.