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Clubs and Societies

A STAHS girl balances her scholarship with fun, adventure and many interests outside the classroom. Our extensive co-curricular programme develops confidence, resilience and joie de vivre in every pupil. The range of opportunities open to each student is vast and ranges from chess to film-making, human rights to ultimate Frisbee, and hill walking to establishing a small business.

Students are encouraged to try several new activities in their first years at the school and each will find her own passion beyond the curriculum.  Girls take a lead in running many of the societies and will often establish their own clubs.

 

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17 October 2019

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STAHS Sixth Form: A Bridge & Place Apart

27 September 2018

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Holly Whymark selected for prestigious leadership programme

4 October 2019

STAHS Head of Drama, Holly Whymark, selected for the Royal Opera House Leaders for Impact programme.