- Learning & Co-curricular
Our co-curricular offer aims to help students develop their passions, knowledge and skills beyond the classroom. By nurturing creativity, confidence and physical fitness as well as enriching cultural capital and global awareness, co-curricular activities are a key way in which our students develop their character and live our values.
Jersey College for Girls has an extensive variety of co-curricular clubs for our students to enjoy. Clubs are led by a mixture of staff, sixth form students and external agencies providing a multitude of different opportunities. All of our clubs can be viewed online via SOCS, which is an online calendar that allows students to sign up to the clubs. Parents also have access to SOCS and can view the clubs, sign their child up to clubs, and see their child's calendar of activities, including timings. Each year group have clubs that are available exclusively to them, and they can access clubs that are available to all year groups.
If you would like any more information on the various clubs and clinics we offer, please email Mrs Sandra Coleman on [email protected]
Here are just some examples of the many regular clubs that we hold each term:
- Political Discussion group – led by Mr Howarth discussing current affairs
- Lean In Circle – discussing issues facing women in the world today
- Culture club – celebrating our diversity
- Creative Writing/ Poetry
- Horrible Histories
- Creative Computing
- Casual Science
Our PE department provide many opportunities for the students that are term based and rotate through the year groups. Here are just a few of the clubs they offer:
- Indoor Climbing
- Table Tennis
- Sports Ambassadors
In addition to extracurricular clubs, we offer a wide range of support clinics designed to help students with their subjects and even their homework. Support Clinics for the lower years are run by our Academic Prefects in our sixth form who tutor students in subject specific clinics. GCSE and A level clinics are run by staff who offer sessions from subject support to exam revision and techniques. In addition, our student leadership team run a homework club for years 7-10.