Co-curriculum programme

The co-curriculum (including extra-curriculum activities)

Co-curriculum refers to the activities and learning experiences that take place in school alongside the academic curriculum. 

Academic attainment is a key element of school life and it is complemented by a broad and enriching co-curriculum to provide a rounded education.

The variety of provision within the co-curriculum at St George's ensures that music, sport and drama all play an integral part in the girls’ lives, while a long tradition of encouraging debate is provided through our popular Model United Nations and Debating clubs.  Cultural awareness and an international outlook are obtained through an extensive student exchange programme with partner schools around the globe. 

Model United Nations club is a popular club in Upper School at St George’s. Since Autumn 2006, the students have adopted the role of being representatives of UN member states in various Committees, debating current international issues and conflicts from their country's viewpoint. Click here for further information.

Closer to home Outdoor Education, the Duke of Edinburgh Award and Combined Cadet Force provide opportunities for new challenges and service in the community, along with charitable fundraising, enhances awareness of others.  In turn, academic enrichment stimulates intellectual curiosity and enhances academic development.

A recent addition to the activities and clubs programme is the Engineering club in which the school are restoring a Triumph Spitfire car. 

Visit the Sports and PE Department for more information.


To sign up for the co-curriculum activities and clubs programme click on the following links: