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Co-curricular Activity

At Bablake, education is seen as an all-round process and there is a large number of activities organised by staff outside the normal timetable. The following are some examples of activities on offer, while full details of our termly co-curricular activity are always listed in the diary issued to pupils at the start of a term.


Actio (Junior drama)

Actorum (Senior drama)

Actus (Middle school drama)

Alpha Maths

Amnesty International

Art Activities

Arts Award

Aural & Theory Class

Babtech (technical theatre)

Badminton Club

Bank of England Target 2.0


Biology Workshop

Brass Group

Brass Group (Junior)

Brass Quintet

Bridge Club

Chamber Choir

Chess Club and (Matches)

Chinese Club

Choir (Junior)

Christian Union

Classical Society

Climbing Club

Combined Cadet Force (Army Section)

Creative Writing Club


CREST Gold Award

Cross Country

Current Affairs Society

Debating Society

Design Technology Workshop

Eats, Shoots & Leaves

Feminist Society

F1 Challenge

Fitness Club

Fitness Suite

Fitness: Boys

Flight Simulator Club

Flute Choir

French Film Club

French GCSE Workshop

Funky Knitting Club

GCSE Music Workshop

GCSE Textiles Workshop

German GCSE Workshop

Green Feet Environmental Group


Hockey (Indoors): Girls

Hockey: Boys

Hockey: Girls

Hockey/Netball: Girls

ICT Workshops

Junior Enterprise Challenge

Junior History Club

Junior Languages Club

Junior Physics Club

Language Workshop

Library Book Club – Junior (Fortnightly)

Library Book Club – Senior

Maths Workshop

Maths Workshop (6th Form)

Mindfulness Meditation Club


Netball Shooting


PALS Group

Philosophy Club

Production Band Rehearsals

Production Cast Rehearsals

Public Speaking Society

Rock School


Song & Dance Club

Spanish GCSE Workshop

Sports Fixtures

Stretch Magazine

String Ensemble (Junior)

String Ensemble (Senior)

String/ Cello Quartet

Swimming Training

Swing Band


Table Tennis

Textiles Club

Textiles Wall Hanging Club

Wind Band

Woodwind Group

This exciting and extensive programme of co-curricular activity is further supplemented by our House system which has an exciting range of competitions that not only include a variety of sports but also cultural and intellectual options.

Re Sport - there are regular team practices on a weekly basis with an expansive programme of team fixtures throughout the week. (Winter: Boys -  RugbyHockey, Cross Country; Girls - Cross-country, Hockey, NetballSummer: Boys Athletics, Cricket, Tennis; Girls - Athletics, Rounders and Tennis.)  

The contribution of curricular and extra-curricular provision is excellent.

ISI 2014