The transition from young girl to young woman needs more than a classroom. It needs the kind of opportunities that come from building friendships, pushing boundaries, facing challenges and reaching goals. These are the things we offer with our co-curricular activities.
From the traditional drama, sport and music to the more daring days coasteering, kayaking, building rockets or facing the competition in head-on, high stakes debate and everything in between, The Ladies' College will give your daughter room to become the woman she wants to be.
Our busy school day is enriched by a number of lunchtime and after school co-curricular activities.
Co-curricular Activities Michaelmas 2022
To give an idea of the variety of co-curriculur activities available to our students, please click the links below to explore some of our most popular activities. This is by no means the complete list of what is on offer.
De Putron Challenge
Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme
Certificate of Enrichment
Collas Crill Moot
IoD Managment Shadowing
In addition to the above, we also offer:
Every year there is a whole school drama production and several smaller year group performances. Sixth Formers also run a drama club for Remove students.
In addition to curriculum sport, we also have netball, hockey, fencing, football, gymnastics, badminton, athletics, swimming and tennis clubs.
We have Junior Choir and Senior Choir available to all and Junior Motet and Senior Motet Choirs with places available by audition. There are various instrumental ensembles including a Junior and Senior String Orchestra, Wind Band and chamber ensembles. Additional private music tuition is offered as well.
First Aid Training
A presentation about First Aid will be given to Lower Sixth students by a local paramedic. Students may sign-up for after-school sessions in order to gain their certificate and card. The training will give them the confidence and ability to respond in emergency situations. A small cost is incurred to pay for the 6 hours of training.
We also offer a variety of lunchtime clubs and activities; entry into the annual Eisteddfod; a weekly Debating Society; a reading group; and a Christian group led by an outside agency.