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Co-Curricular Activities

Co-Curricular Enrichment at AGSB In school this week we have been highlighting the benefits of co-curricular enrichment in Assemblies and through ‘Thought For The Week’. Co-curricular enrichment is a very important aspect of life in any school, but especially here at AGSB.

I recently completed an audit of what opportunities we have at AGSB and I hope you agree, the findings were very impressive. We are proud to be able to offer a vast variety and volume of provision.

In a typical week at AGSB, we have this volume of provision.


(not including Fixtures and Tours)

(not including Concerts and Shows)
(not including Trips and Visits)
7 12 hours 30 minutes 7 hours 28 hours 30 minutes
8 10 hours 40 minutes 7 hours 30 minutes 28 hours 10 minutes
9 17 hours 8 hours 27 hours 20 minutes
10 13 hours 40 minutes 9 hours 27 hours 30 minutes
11 13 hours 40 minutes 9 hours 30 hours
12 12 hours 50 minutes 8 hours 30 minutes 31 hours 30 minutes
13 12 hours 50 minutes 8 hours 30 minutes 31 hours 30 minutes

Academic groups, Inclusivity groups, Religious Societies, Creative/Artistic Clubs, Music Groups, Sports Teams, Sports Recreation, Ecological Clubs, Games & Gaming Clubs, Public Speaking & Debating, Political/Philosophical/World affairs forums, Clubs that supplement the Curriculum, Trips and visits, House competitions, Charitable societies & events, School council & Pupil voice.

Please click on the following links to investigate further what we have on offer.  

Please open the following link to view all the trips and opportunities that have been open to our students.

There are so many benefits of Co-curricular engagement to the pupils. Below are listed some of the key areas; Confidence, Teamwork, Responsibility, Leadership, Accountability, Diligence, Respect, Inclusivity (Race, Religion, Gender, Sexual Orientation), Active citizens, Social cohesion, and Morality. Developing British Values of democracy, liberty, tolerance, law-abiding.

I would encourage pupils to have discussions at home to reflect upon their involvement in co-curricular enrichment and aspire to increase their involvement. Try something new, push comfort zones, meet new like-minded people, and grow as an individual.

Mr M Soulsby
Assistant Head (Development)