DUE TO COVID-19, WE HAVE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE AROUND
EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITES, IN LINE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT MRS L RYDER – ENRICHMENT
CO-ORDINATOR – 
l.ryder@poolhayes.attrust.org.uk

Pool Hayes offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities which are designed to supplement and extend the day-to-day classroom learning.

Click HERE to access the Enrichment document which outlines an overview of what is offered at Pool Hayes.

Pre-School Provision:

The school library is open for supervised study from 7.30am every morning.

After-School Provision:

There are enrichment lessons taking place in every subject area in our Enrichment Period (3pm-4pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and 2:30pm-3:30pm on Wednesdays) throughout the academic year.

Sporting Activities:

The PE Department has an outstanding extra-curricular provision including clubs, teams, training sessions, competitions, as well as visits to live events. These clubs are made easier by our superb facilities which include a large sports hall, a gymnasium, a dance studio, and extensive outdoor facilities.

Please click here for Lunchtime Clubs

Please click here for after-school clubs

Holiday School:

This provision is largely focused around Easter and May – in the run-up to exams – but additional sessions take place at other times of the year too. Again, though largely voluntary, targeted students are directed to attend.

Academic Clubs:

There are a wide range of clubs and societies taking place through the week – both at lunch-times and after school – ranging from Science Club to the Eco Club and Computer Modelling. In addition, there are multiple weekly events connected to our themed Focus Weeks including Masterchef competitions, charity fund-raising activities and careers / aspiration sessions. Equally, we offer a strong line in more character-building activities ranging from fire cadet projects, army training, mock trials and student leadership activities.

Performance Activities:

The excellent Dance, Drama and Music Department offer a range of extra-curricular activities and excursions throughout the year. The Dance Department stages weekly clubs and an annual ‘Night of the Stars’ Dance Show. The Drama Department’s weekly clubs complement a wide range of performances, ranging from show-stopping musicals to high-quality plays. Finally, the Music Department offers clubs, peripatetic lessons and termly concerts and a RockFest to encourage students to hone their skills before performing in front of enthusiastic audiences.

Field Trips:

There are a wide range of trips both in the UK and further afield and in recent times these have included London, Bryntysilio, New York, Paris, skiing and Spain.