Students are encouraged to participate in the many extra-curricular clubs and house activities that are offered at lunchtime and after school by staff. All information is published on the weekly Student Bulletin that is discussed during the daily tutor time.
In addition, throughout the year there are many trips to theatres, activity days and sports fixtures where students are given as many opportunities as possible to develop their interests and skills.
The weekly Chess club is run by Mr Binyon on Monday after school and Tuesday lunchtimes, in C17. There is no need to sign up, feel free to drop in. All levels are welcome including beginners. Please let us know if you would like to play in tournaments.
The weekly Coding Club is run by Mr Campbell, after school on Wednesday for KS3 students.
Open classroom sessions for students to catch up/get ahead or challenge themselves weekly. There are also seasonal and competition clubs during the school year.
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Public Speaking Club
The Public Speaking Club is for Year 9s and gives students an opportunity to talk about issues that matter most to them whilst gaining confidence in their presenting skills. The club is run by Miss Conway and Mr Martin on Wednesday after school.
The Warhammer Club is run by Mr Butler on Monday lunchtimes and after school on a Monday (3.30-5.30). We meet in C7 and everyone is welcome.
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Young Writers Club
The Young Writers Club is for students who enjoy creative writing and would like to experiment with different writing styles. The club is run by Miss Ormerod on Monday lunchtimes in B8 for KS3 students.
Art rooms are usually open at lunchtimes for students who wish to carry on their class work, GCSE or Sixth Form work.
The school enjoys producing large-scale musicals as well as smaller, more intimate plays. It offers the opportunity for students to shine on stage, behind the scenes or in a variety of smaller dramatic pieces linked to examination work.
Numerous ensembles including the string orchestra, jazz band, show choir, boys’ choir and chamber choir give concerts throughout the year. See Music Department timetable below. There is at least one formal concert every term taking place in the Theatre and Liturgy space as well as a large concert in a professional venue. Biannually, over 50 students take part in a week-long international concert tour where a massed choir and orchestra perform three concerts to the local public. Click here for the latest extra-curricular timetable.
Please go to the Surrey County Council’s website for information about music lessons. http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/heritage-culture-and-recreation/surrey-arts. Please note that tuition must be arranged outside of school lessons.
St Peter’s Sport offers a wide variety of physical activities for students of all abilities to participate and compete in throughout the year. Competitive fixtures are scheduled for each year group against local teams throughout each term. Click here for the latest extra-curricular timetable.
Students are nominated by each year group to represent their views at a monthly meeting. The objective is to support the school by improving the facilities and processes. This year, the Student Voice has been instrumental in the following:
- Introducing an automatic traffic light system to show students when they can use the field
- Improved outside water facilities
- Increased the number of benches around the playground
- Reintroduced hand sanitisers
- Liaised with the School Business Manager to make improvements to the toilet facilities
- Formed as an interview panel for key new appointments in the school
- Reviewed the Awards system
- Initiated improved signage in the Science block
- Acknowledged those around us who help make the school a better place e.g. the Catering staff!
- Introduced the 1000 hours of service to others initiative