Co-Curricular Clubs | Thorpe Hall School

Co-Curricular Clubs

Thorpe Hall School's current co-curricular club offering includes over 90 different clubs, with options for all ages.

Our extensive programme covers all interests, ensuring every child can find a club they love. Clubs run before school, after school and during lunchtimes, and the timetable is updated each half term with new options for children to try. With the odd exception, clubs are offered completely free of charge.

Some examples of clubs offered include...

Pop, Rock and Jazz Bands

Students across Prep and Senior come together to form bands and ensembles covering a wide range of musical genres.

Performing Arts

Drama clubs are great for building confidence and collaboration, with clubs such as drama, musical theatre, mime, comedy and more.

Fitness Suite

Our fully-equipped fitness suite is available for children in Years 6 to 11 to use before school every day.


From Reception upwards, we offer dance and movement classes, taking advantage of our professional dance studio space.

Art and Creative Clubs

Pupils can hone their creative skills in our Art and Creative clubs, working on different projects and developing their artistic talents

External Providers

Thorpe Hall School works with local partners to provide coaching in various sports for a small cost, such as boxing, fencing, archery and other specialist sports.

Team Sports

We offer a large number of team sport clubs across Prep and Senior age groups, including Rugby, Hockey, Football, Netball, Basketball and more

Academic Support

Our specialist staff offer homework clubs and academic support sessions in core subjects, to support each student to achieve their full potential

Chess Club and other games

Chess club is a really popular option at Thorpe Hall School. Other games clubs include Warhammer, boards games, Dungeons and Dragons, and retro video games clubs.

Forest Club

We make the most of our Forest area, making dens, building fires and using tools in this perfect club for our Prep kids who thrive in the great outdoors.

Life Skills

Further supporting our Life Skills curriculum, we run clubs which cover practical, day to day skills, like cooking, gardening and sewing.

Have you ever tried...?

We love giving our students the chance to try something new through our clubs provision, from battle archery to learning mandarin. There’s sure to be something unusual in the programme every term!

Design and Technology

Children can learn to fly drones, build and race remote control cars, create lego robots, or get hands-on in our DT workshop – various options are open to different age groups, and the opportunities available change each term