We offer an extensive range of extra-curricular activities which further enrich our exciting curriculum.
There are a wide range of activities girls can take part in either before school starts, at lunchtimes or after school which all enable them to explore new things, discover new interests and further develop their talents and strengths.
Nursery & Junior School
For us, extra-curricular means going above and beyond the everyday routine - and we do that every day anyway! The way we work together to explore new things excites interest and inspires the imagination. These sparks of enthusiasm are ignited by lunchtime and after school activities such as our Drama Workshop, Fencing, Tap Dancing, Ballet, Modern Dance, Hockey Club, Gym Club and Judo Club. We also join in with enriching events at the Senior School, residential and day trips, and welcome a wide range of visitors into school to share their experiences.
We are lucky in Bath to have such a rich and diverse cultural history. We have great friends in the arts, literature, music and sporting fields who are always happy to welcome our girls, as well as having strong community links. The school is at the heart of the community and that community just keeps on growing.
Senior School & Sixth Form
We have developed an extensive (and ever expanding) programme of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, which are available to all girls. These activities are designed to meet a wide range of tastes, and to help all girls develop their interests in areas beyond the taught curriculum.
Activities during the school day are free at the point of use; these are mostly performing arts, sports clubs and those drawn from more direct links with the taught curriculum. Most of the early morning activities start at 8.30am and run through registration to end in time for the first lesson of the day at 9.10am. The lunch break is extended to give time for activities from 12.40pm to 1.50pm.
After school activities are more diverse both in the scope of the activity and the timings. Some of our visiting sports clubs don’t end until 9pm. There is a small, subsidised charge for some of the after school activities. This charge is only levied where an external coach or tutor is employed to run the sessions.
Every year, teams of girls take part in the Ten Tors Challenge and are involved in The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
It's really easy to join in an activity. At the beginning of each term we hold an Activity Fair and the girls get the chance to talk to staff and sign up to a whole variety of sporting and non-sporting activities.
From photography to fencing and science club to swimming – with over 80 activities to choose from there is something for everyone. What will you choose?