For young people to truly get the most from their education, it is essential that they are not just regarded as pupils but as people; not just as students but as valued members of society.
At Eaton Square, co-curricular activities play an integral role in turning this theory into practice. From the cultural to the physical and the charitable, we offer a broad range of opportunities that challenge both body and mind, and bring our school’s guiding POISE values to life.
There are four dedicated co-curricular sessions within the timetabled week, with over 35 different activities and societies throughout the school week, including Mindfulness club, the Politics and Current Affairs Society, Maths Challenge, the Community Outreach programme, Drama, and Lawn Games in Green Park.
Pupils are all encouraged to develop existing talents and also to try new things. If there is interest in an activity not currently available, we will do everything in our power to make it available and, in fact, many of the clubs and societies have been initiated by the pupils themselves. This fits with our guiding principle that every pupil should find themselves and be who they want to be.