We firmly believe that the wider curriculum is just as important as the core curriculum in class. Developing the 'whole-child' is an essential part of the school's role. We do this in a variety of ways, by supplementing the curriculum with trips and visitor workshops as well as our residentials. These wide ranging activities enrich the taught curriculum. All children are encouraged to be fully involved, helping to develop and nurture every child’s strengths and interests. We also have our '101 things to achieve before leaving Brabyns' (TTABLB), which encourages the children to complete a variety of challenges throughout their schooling. It can be viewed here.
From traditional clubs such as ballet, drama, art or cooking, to additional offerings including lego, coding, golf and gardening, we offer a wide array of extra-curricular activities throughout the school year from Reception to Year 6.
Peripatetic music teaching is also available for a wide range of musical instruments, led by our visiting music teachers.
Examples of Clubs offered in school:
The costs of staff-run clubs are included in school fees (one-off payments for additional resources may be required, but parents will be given notice of this).
The estimated costs of coach-run clubs are: