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Co-Curricular Clubs 

From Calligraphy to Debate Club and Badminton to Basketball, there are over 30 clubs running at Claremont every year to suit the diverse interests of our students.

There is a mix of lunchtime and after school clubs and activities, and what is on offer changes each term. Many are led by our sixth formers who are eager to share their passions with their younger peers; they demonstrate excellent leadership skills and inspire our younger students to try something new and never give up. If any student has an idea for a new club or society, they are encouraged to discuss it with us and, more often than not, it will feature in our co-curricular programme.

Five key benefits of participation in Co-Curricular

  • Develops social skills and relationships through interaction across year groups ​
  • Develops time management skills​
  • Explores a wide range of interests and offers an infinite range of possibilities for those who want to develop and nurture areas of interest ​
  • Participation develops self-esteem – not all students experience academic success and the co-curriculum offers a chance to experience success or to be recognised for a contribution to an activity. ​
  • Develops commitment – participation is about a commitment to an activity and the opportunity to see it through.

Browse the full list of what’s on offer here:

Co-Curricular Activities - Autumn Term 2023 (September - December)

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Lunch time

 

Monday

12.50 – 1.20

 

 

Tuesday – Friday  

1.30 – 2.00

 

 

Maths Board Game Club

12.50 – 1.20, M120

All Years

Creative Writing

1.30 – 2.00, E02

All Years

 

Science Club

1.30-2.00, S03

Year 7 and 8

 

 

6TH Form Debate Club

1.30 – 2.00, Main Hall

Year 12 and 13

 

Stop Motion Animation Club

1.30-2.00, T05

Year 7-9

 

 

Eco Club (Wed Week 1)

1.30 – 2.00, M122

All Years

 

Science Reading Club

1.30 – 2.00, S11

All Years

Knit & Stitch Club

1.15-2.00, E02

All Years

 

PRE Club

1.30 – 2.00

All Years

 

Horrible Histories Club

1.30 – 2.00, M101

Year 7 and 8

 

6th form tutoring

(GCSE Maths/Science)

1.15 – 2.05, M116 Year 10 and 11

 

STEAM Club

1.30 – 2.00, S06

Girls in All Years

 

 

Geography Club

1.30 – 2.00, M115

Year 7 and 8

 

After School

 

 

Monday

2.30 – 3.30

 

 

Tuesday – Friday 

3.15 –4.15

 

 

Technical Theatre Club

(After Feb Half Term)

2.30 – 3.30, Main Hall

Year 8-13

 

 

Model UN

2.30 – 3.30, M113

Year 9 – 13

 

 

Reading and Lego Club

2.30-4.00, Library

All Years

 

 

Daily/Jummah Prayers

Lunch time, Gym

All Years

 

Bollywood Dance Club

3.15 – 4.15, Arts Hall

All Years

 

 

Claremont Choir

3.15 – 4.00, MU01

All years

 

 

Homework Club

3.15-.4.00, Learning Support

Year 7-11

 

Daily/Jummah Prayers

Lunch time, Gym

All Years

 

 

KS3 Performing Arts Club

3.15-4.15, Arts Hall

Year 7-9

 

 

Martial Arts

 (run by Kenton Martial Arts)

3.15 – 4.30pm, Sports Hall

£5 fee per session

 

 

Homework Club

3.15-.4.00, Learning Support

Year 7-11

 

 

Daily/Jummah Prayers

Lunch time, Gym

All Years

 

Junior Debate Club

3.30 – 4.45, M201

Year 7-9,

 

Senior Drama Club

3.15-4.15, Arts Hall

Year 9 – 13

 

IDEA Club (Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award)

3.15 – 4.15, T18

Year 7-11

 

 

Homework Club

3.15-.4.00, Learning Support

Year 7-11

 

Daily/Jummah Prayers

Lunch time, Gym

All Years

Dance Club

3.15-4.15, Arts Hall

All Years

 

Chess, Rubik and Cardistry Club

3.15 – 4.15, M119

All Years

 

Comic Book Club

3.15-4.15, L21

All Years

 

Senior Debate Club

3.15-4.45, M201

Year 10-13

 

Homework Club

3.15-.4.00, Learning Support

Year 7-11

 

Daily/Jummah Prayers

Lunch time, Gym

All Years

Claremont's Co-Curricular Guide

The Co-Curricular Guide contains all the information about each activity on offer between September - December 2023. 

co curricular guide summer term 2024 1 .pdf