We offer a wide range of clubs and societies for our students to join which change on a termly basis according to our students’ interests. We encourage our students, who have particular interests, to set up their own clubs and societies as not only do we want our students to enjoy their time with us and share their interests and talents, it also helps them develop valuable leadership and team working skills they can talk about when applying to university.
The kinds of clubs our students have been involved with include: STEM, MUN, DofE, Coding Club, Photography and Design Club, Music Club, Debating, Running Club, Critical Thinkers Club and the Young Enterprise Scheme. This term our students have also been involved in volunteering projects at Cambridge University Museums including becoming museum ambassadors and helping design books for children’s tours.
There is an active Student Council which helps run many of the social activities and clubs at the college. In addition, all students also participate in Student Voice – a feedback mechanism from the students to the staff to address any issues with co-ordinator meeting the Principal on a weekly basis.