Enrichment

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We offer over 30 enrichment clubs at St Charles. We want everyone to get involved and have fun! Most clubs run on a Wednesday afternoon. Enrichment is a wonderful way to grow in confidence, meet new friends, learn new skills and relax. We have a range of sports, arts and societies you can sign up to. There is everything from 3D Puzzle Club to 'Make Me Famous Boot Camp'. We take a holistic approach to education and we believe that these enriching activities contribute to the well-being and mindfulness of our students.There are opportunities to take part in competitions and performances each term. Every student will find a club that they will love and enjoy.

 

Enrichment Clubs include:

  • GIS Programme
  • Cyber Security Club
  • Big Idea Challenge
  • 'Hands on' Art
  • Board Games
  • Cinema in French speaking countries 
  • 3D Puzzle club
  • Chaplaincy
  • Debating Club
  • Reading Club in Portuguese and English
  • STEM Club
  • Christian Union
  • Gospel Choir
  • Cabaret
  • Cheerleading Club
  • Parlour Games
  • Chess Club
  • Rugby
  • Men's Football
  • Women's Football
  • Netball
  • Men's Basketball
  • Badminton and Table Tennis
  • Boxing
  • 6 A Side Football
  • Joga Bonito
  • Multi Sports 

Clay Modelling Art Club: First time I went art club I felt welcomed by Ms Hemsley and Ms Keymist. I loved working with the Art teachers, especially making different clay models. We had music in the background and a few pictures on Pinterest of ideas of what we could make! Clay modelling is an amazing way to destress and feel free! Both Art teachers are amazing welcome anyone who comes to their club no matter their artistic ability. 

Fly High Workshop: My experience was honestly amazing, it felt so good to be part of a group that worked hard but more importantly had so much fun while doing so. Having Miss T and Brian as leaders/ mentors made the experience so much more fulfilling, they taught us so much in such little time, from stage presence to projection and I loved every second. 

 

 

 

 

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