Students are offered a variety of lunchtime and after-school clubs led by teaching staff and external coaches.

Key Stage 3 Clubs & Teams

We encourage every student to participate in at least one club per term to extend their learning beyond the curriculum. Clubs include Fencing, Fitness, Netball, Hockey, Zumba, Gymnastics alongside a range of other activities.

We regularly enter teams in a number of tournaments and leagues across a range of sports and activities. The Barnet Partnership for School Sports (BPSS) organise a broad range of opportunities within the Borough.

Netball plays a major role throughout the Autumn and Spring Term with weekly training across all age groups. There has been recent success in the Borough leagues and tournaments and high quality competition in the county competitions.

The Year 7 Netball and Year 9 Basketball team represented Barnet at the London Youth Games.

Key Stage 4 Clubs & Teams

We run a range of lunchtime and after-school clubs including Basketball, Multi-gym, Netball and Tang Soo Do. Girls are fully involved in competitive sport and have the opportunity to consistently maintain their fitness levels. We enter borough tournaments throughout the year in a range of sports including Netball, Athletics and Basketball.

Key Stage 5 Clubs & Teams

Senior netball training provides netballers in the Sixth Form with weekly training and match play opportunities.

There is weekly after-school Basketball training.

Sixth formers can still access a variety of clubs run by external coaches. Badminton, Fencing and Tang Soo Do take place after school.

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We are committed to providing a broad education that is ambitious, varied and stimulating.
Years 7 - 9
At Key Stage 3, we want to enable girls to pursue a wide variety of academic and extra-curricular interests to the full.
Years 10 - 11
Progress into Key Stage 4 is both a psychological one, entering the ‘GCSE years’, as well as a literal one.
Sixth Form
Sixth Form is a vibrant, friendly and happy community, where every student is valued and given individual attention.