Spring Term Extra Curricular Activities
Currently we need to follow government guidelines to run all our clubs safely. If you wish your child to take part in these extra provisions, please fill in this Google Form. This will enable us to ensure that we have safe numbers of students participating and accurate attendance registers. We must hold attendance records for at least 21 days for the purpose of implementing the DfE's track and trace policy if necessary. If a student has not be signed up to participate in a club, please be aware that staff may have to turn them away. For clubs that run with mixed year groups, the size is limited to 15 students who are committed to regular attendance.
Before School: Breakfast Club: 7.45am - 8.15am daily
Please enter the Atrium via the main front door and stay in your designated Year Group Zone. This is free to attend. Porridge and toast is usually served.
PE Morning Sports Clubs 07.30am - 8.15am - Meet at the main entrance.
Monday - Year 7
Tuesday - Year 8
Wednesday - Year 9
Thursday - Year 10
Friday - Year 11
After School Enrichment Clubs - Starting Week Beginning 15th March 2021
|MONDAY||Year 7, 8 & 9 Netball||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|KS3 Volleyball (Max 15 students)||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|KS4 Volleyball (Max 15 students)||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Boys Dance||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Year 10 Music Composition Club||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Maths Clinic (Max 15 students)||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|TUESDAY||Year 10 & 11 Netball||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Year 10 & 11 Handball||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|WEDNESDAY||Year 7, 8 & 9 Football||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Trampolining All Years (Max 15 students)||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Year 7, 8 & 9 Basketball||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|KS3 Dance Club||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|THURSDAY||Year 10 & 11 Football||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Girls Football All Years (Max 15 students)||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Year 10 & 11 Basketball||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|FRIDAY||Year 7, 8 & 9 Handball||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
|Dance Company (As per Autumn term)||3.15pm - 4.15pm|
Other Enrichment Activities
- Rehearsals for the whole school production for Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat will start back on 10th March 2021.
- Instrumental lessons will resume from week beginning 15th March 2021.
- HEON mentoring for KS4 will continue online until further notice.
- The Year 10 Study Hub(a place to do homework, coursework or private study in a quite environment) starts Wednesday 8th March in Room 1.07 (3.15pm - 4.15pm ). This will run every week on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays.
Christ's College has a wide selection of extra-curricular music clubs for students across the school to take part in.
|KS3 Pop Vocal Group||This group welcomes any enthusiastic singers in years 7, 8 and 9, who want to develop their confidence and skills through group singing of popular music. During rehearsals, students develop their understanding of chords and harmony, writing their own harmony parts and arrangements. This group is ideal for singers who are considering GCSE Music as we explore music theory in a practical way in rehearsals.|
|Girls’ Vocal Group||
Girls’ vocal group welcomes all girls from years 7-11. This group explore a wide range of musical styles: popular, folk, jazz, classical, world. Girls learn both aurally and through notation. The girls vocal group will perform alone and also collaborate with the boys vocal group to form a mixed choir.
|Boys Vocal Group||
Boys vocal group, led by Mr Owen, welcomes all boys from years 7-11. This group explores a wide range of musical styles: popular, folk, jazz, classical, world. They learn both aurally and through notation. The boys vocal group will perform alone and also collaborate with the girls’ vocal group to form a mixed choir.
Mixed choir is mostly made up from members of the girls and boys vocals groups coming together for performances at Christmas, Easter and the Summer Festival.
Chapel choir welcomes all singers from years 7-11. This group works on more challenging repertoire, with a particular focus on sacred works and songs of worship. This group is ideal for students wishing to learn how to read notation well and who are thinking about taking or currently taking GCSE Music.
This is an instrumental group open to all students who learn an instrument, either at school or with a private teacher at home. Instrumental ensemble will play pieces as part of a large group, but also be split into smaller ensemble groups according to performance level. Students will learn music in all sort of styles, including classical, jazz, music for stage and screen and popular music arrangements. A great opportunity, not to be missed!
This is a new and exciting opportunity for students who play piano. Piano ensemble explores piano repertoire for four and six hands, meaning piano duets and trios. Piano ensemble provides piano students with much needed ensemble practice, improving sight-reading and timing skills. So often pianists spend time practising alone, but in this group you will make new friends and explore fresh skills that ensemble playing provides. More advanced students will also begin to learn accompanying skills. Piano ensemble have opportunities to perform throughout the year, including the annual piano concert
All flautists having instrumental lessons also participate in flute choir. Flute choir is a group made up of flute family instruments including the piccolo and alto flute! Flute choir perform at school events throughout the year and at the annual woodwind concert.