There are more than thirty five co-curricular clubs available for any pupil from Year 7 to upper sixth, providing a huge range of choice for sixth form students, along with the opportunity to help younger pupils develop their interests. Activities on offer range from debating to car maintenance, self defence to university cooking skills, as well as organisations such as medical and law societies. Some of these activities are set up and run by the students themselves, with our guidance and support.
Sixth form students also play an integral role in all major Senior School performances, including the carol service, annual theatrical production and musical teas. They also act as captains of each of the houses, take part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme and Young Enterprise programmes.
At Claremont Fan Court School, we believe that a well-rounded education goes beyond the classroom. Our Co-curricular Life booklet showcases a wide array of activities. We foster an atmosphere in which pupils can always “have a go” at trying out something new. It is a delight to watch our pupils’ passion for their clubs grow as they do. From Pre-Nursery age, all the way through to sixth form, we help pupils find clubs where they can unlock their potential. Whether it be a new sport, an activity, or a skill, our diverse programme enables pupils to discover their passions, explore new ideas, and achieve their goals.
Summer Celebrations is a two-week period towards the end of the summer term which encompasses an uplifting collection of team-building trips, tuneful concerts, show-stopping productions and artistic exhibitions. Dive into our brochure to discover how the whole school celebrated all things enrichment in 2022.