Co-curricular activities are a vital part of a holistic education, one that engages the heart, head and hands. Our College provides a wide range of co-curricular opportunities across both the Junior School and Senior School, which allow students to flourish, develop their talents and skills, build confidence and resilience and form friendships within and beyond their year group. Students can take part in dance troupes, choirs, concert bands, debating, public speaking, Duke of Edinburgh, environmental groups and STEM clubs. You can find the comprehensive and growing list of co-curricular opportunities on the respective Junior School and Senior School pages. 

Co-curricular activities complement and support a student’s academic program, teach them important life skills like collaboration, communication, organisation, service and leadership. We strongly encourage all students to be actively involved in a co-curricular group. Research suggests an array of potential positive benefits from involvement, including improving student wellbeing, academic achievement, self-discipline, social connection and independence.