Clubs/Societies

Weekday Activities

The programme of Weekday Activities aims to enrich the curriculum with a range of co curricular options.  A variety of activities are offered for Years 1 – 7.  Students sign up at an activity fair each term for the activities they would like to take part in.  Most activities take place during sessions 1, 2 and 3

Many of the activities are organised and run by departments such as Art, PE, Drama and Music with staffing mainly being provided from within those departments. Other Activities such as Mandarin, CCF and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award have specialist staff.

The activities offered have a season bias with more outside activities being offered in the summer term.

All girls are expected to have a good mix of activities and prep.

Spring Term 2017

  • Music -Various Quartets, Sextets etc.
  • Vocal Ensemble, Godolphin Voices, Godolphin Choir, Concert Band
  • PE – lacrosse, fitness, swimming, netball, hockey, gym, cross country Fencing, football, kickboxing, badminton, cricket, combat fit, Zumba 
  • Greek
  • Debating
  • Drama
  • Yoga
  • Maths Team Challenge
  • English Afternoon Tea Society
  • Junior English Club, Junior Writers Club, Creative Writing, Debating Society
  • Subject help desks
  • Art & Design (for GCSE, AS & A2), Life Drawing
  • Junior Painting & Drawing, Ceramics, Digital Photography, Black & White Photography
  • Mandarin
  • Learn Italian with Harry Potter
  • The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
  • Combined Cadet Force (CCF)
  • Leiths 
  • Fun cookery, sugar craft, sweet making
  • Green Group
  • ICT Tycoon Club
  • Self Defence
  • GCSE Technology
  • H4H (Help for Heroes)

Activities are monitored and evaluated in a number of ways:

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – Students who have completed the award come to talk to prospective girls about the scheme and commitment and their own experiences.
PE.  – team and individual results show how the students have progressed.
GCSE art /technology are offered to enable the full curriculum to be followed and can be evaluated by the GCSE results.  In addition music and drama are evaluated by performances.
Numbers are evaluated each year to assess the popularity of different options.  The following years activities are then planned accordingly.
Discussions with individual students where suggestions for individual activities can also arise.