Students at St George’s College take part in diverse activities such as music ensembles, clay modelling, drama workshops, outdoor pursuits, movie making and many more. Young Enterprise is a business skills scheme for sixth formers, while the Kennedy Club offers Sixth Form students the opportunity to host and entertain adult guests with a disability from around the local area.
The Debating Society, among others, offers an excellent means to develop public confidence with opportunities to meet and question a wide range of visiting speakers.
We also have an enviable reputation for achievement within the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme at both Bronze and Gold Award.
In total, St George’s College provides a wide range of more than 100 stimulating clubs and activities which complement the academic curriculum. These activities take place during and after the school day and students are encouraged to participate in those clubs and activities that suit them best.
All students in the First, Second and Third Years are expected to take part in at least two activities a week. One of these could be the main sport for the term, Rugby, Hockey, Netball, Rounders or Cricket, but the other should be from the summary below.
For more details of activities offered please download our activities list:
Our purpose, as a leading independent school, is to develop the whole character of our students through an exciting and enriching programme of extra-curricular activities.