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Extra-curricular Activities


IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please note that extra curricular activities in school are still suspended at present with the exception of PE. Any bookings on our school cloud system will not be valid at the present time.

We will be moving some of our extra curricular activities online, which will be available in a virtual format!  Watch this space!!

EXTRA-CURRICULAR PE

Extra-curricular PE has now started again following the announcements from the Government regarding participation in organised sport.

Students have the opportunity to participate in sport before school, during lunch time and after school in a range of different sports and activities.

Clubs that take place before school and at lunch time, students are not required to have their full PE kit, they will need their trainers only. For after school clubs, students will require their full PE kit to participate.

For more information, please click here.

For the Physical Education extra-curricular timetable for the Summer Term 2021, please click here.


 

We offer extra-curricular activities during lunch time and after school.

For our 2019-20 list of extra-curricular activities, please click here.

For our 2019-20 list of music extra-curricular activities, please click here.

PLEASE NOTE: All clubs have a restriction on the number of students that can attend. Students attending after-school clubs, need to pre-book their place at the club via the St Hilda’s Cloud. Bookings are on a first come – first served basis. For clubs before school and at lunch time, students do not need to pre-book a place and, again, places will be limited and on a first come – first served basis.

 

My German trip experience

By Samantha Roberts

When we got to Germany, I was so excited! We did so many different things, like curling, shopping, going to the Christmas markets, visiting the Chocolate Museum, bowling, visiting the cathedral and going to the National Socialism Documentation Centre.

 

 

My favourite part of the trip was going to our partner school, Georg Büchner Gymnasium. All the students are really friendly and they showed me around the school. I met a girl called Juliane and we sat next to each other in class. She was quite good at English but I had to explain what I meant with some words. In German schools, they use chalk boards instead of interactive boards. The class also stays in the same room for all lessons. Overall, I loved how friendly all the teachers were. In the afternoon (school finishes around 1.00) we went shopping with the German pupils and then we all went curling in the evening after a massive pizza tea in the school.

 

 

The German trip was so much fun and I hope I can go again!