Extra-curricular Activities - Junior School

Extra-curricular clubs are a great way to make new friends, get fit or learn new skills in a safe environment. You can find a whole range of clubs available at St. Lawrence College - from infant yoga to chess. We offer daytime clubs during lunch time /school hours, and afternoon clubs from 3:30 – 4:30pm, to children from Foundation Stage 1 up to Year 6. These cover a wide array of activities that make full use of our outstanding facilities, including a 25-metre outdoor heated swimming pool, outdoor tennis courts, an outdoor artificial pitch, as well as a large sports hall.

Team sports
Many of our clubs promote team building and physical activity through indoor and outdoor sports, such as football, rugby, tennis, basketball, volleyball, yoga, karate, rhythmics, dance and more. We employ fully qualified, professional coaches who use their expertise to provide high quality coaching to all participating pupils.

Swimming is a life-saving skill and can also be the beginning of many enjoyable water experiences. At St. Lawrence College, we offer afternoon swimming lessons to pupils from 2 ½ to 18 years of age, taught by friendly, caring and fully qualified instructors. Structured, planned lessons cater for all abilities, from water confidence classes, right through to advanced club swimming.

At St. Lawrence College we believe that music is a creative and social art to be enjoyed by all and we are proud to be offering to our children the opportunity to enjoy musical experiences in our after-school Music School.

The Music School offers instrumental tuition in piano and guitar providing children with the chance to prepare for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Examinations.

Other clubs
Other club activities provided throughout the year include the Junior School Choir, Greek Drama/Dance for National holiday celebrations, Eco-council, Chess and Art Club.

Practical details
At the end of the summer term, families receive letters with all the available choices for both daytime and afternoon clubs to be offered the following academic year. Included in the letter is the intended age group and the cost, if any, of each club.