Other Activities

Design & Media Club

Design & Media Club is a creative community of Senior School students that contribute to the school through various activities such as producing the school magazine, co-ordinating pre-publicity for school events and implementing sustainable design practices in and around the school. Workshops on topics including fashion, interior design, photography and computer-aided design are conducted by industry leaders and design visionaries. Students interested in careers in journalism, graphic design, new media, photography, fashion, animation and interior design are able to gain first hand insight into these areas. The school magazine committee are solely responsible for the publication of the school magazine at the end of the school year, from writing the articles and taking the photographs to designing the layout for each page. The professional quality of the final result is testament to the students’ skill, commitment and hard work.The Junior School also has a wide range of other activities for students to enjoy:

Computer

Computer Club builds on the work done in IT lessons to show how computers can be both fun and educational. Members play games, produce newsletters and posters, and create presentations.

Cookery

Cookery Club members have the chance to create simple dishes and learn the skills of chopping, baking, measuring, frying, boiling and, of course, eating!

Design and Technology

In this fairly new and very exciting Club, students learn to plan and pick the right materials to create high-tech structures.

‘Just for Fun’

Just For Fun Club is open to students from KG2 and provides them with an introduction to club activities.

Media

Members of the Media Club analyse movies, review books and learn to write creatively.

Needlework

Needlework is the perfect Club for children who enjoy practical craft activities. Members are introduced to basic needlework stitches including running, chain, cross and blanket stitch, and compile a stitch scrap book. Once the basic stitches have been learnt, students use their knowledge to decorate items like pillowcases, aprons, art bags and rag dolls.