Lower junior school girl playing chess during co-curricular session at St Margaret's School

Co-curricular & Sport

Time in the day to enrich passions and interests

We value the importance of sport and co-curricular opportunities for all children.

We know that physical activity is an important part of a child’s all-round development. Planting the seeds of interest in health-related fitness empowers children to pursue happy and active lifestyles.

Our curriculum provides opportunities for swimming, physical education and games. These separate sessions are interlinked, but also allow the children to develop their own skill set and understanding of sport and passion for fitness and wellbeing.

Our co-curricular programme is vast - from Lego club to Sketch club, Swimming to Speed Maths club, as well as cricket, bikes, dance and yoga, there is something for everyone and the key part of our job is to ensure each child finds a club or activity that they enjoy taking part in each week.

Children enjoy a weekly PE lesson, weekly double games session and weekly swimming sessions. Alongside these fixed points in the timetable, we have Bikeability clubs and Playball to enhance our physical development offer.

“We play football, cricket and tennis at School. We also swim and I like gymnastics in the big sports hall”

At the start of end of the day, our co-curricular programme is vast from Lego club, sketch club, Speed Maths club, bikes, cricket, dance and football, there is something for everyone. The key part of our job is to ensure each child finds a club or activity that they enjoy.

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“Our daughters have embraced a broad range of co-curricular activities”