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Extra-curricular activities

At Bryanston we recognise the importance of offering young people the chance to explore new activities and interests, to enable them to have a balanced education and live life to the full. We offer more than 80 different extra-curricular activities (ECAs) to inspire and engage every child outside the classroom.

ECAs include sports, arts, music, and science and academic clubs and societies, meaning that, whatever their interests, pupils should be able to find an ECA that suits them. If not, they are encouraged to suggest new ECAs and many of the older pupils help to set up and run these.

ECAs on offer
 

ACAPELLA
ARCHAEOLOGY CLUB
ARCHERY
ART SCHOLARS MASTERCLASS
ART: GENERAL AND CERAMICS
BASKETBALL
BEE KEEPING
BRIDGE DESIGN
BRYANSTON RADIO
CHESS CLUB
CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING
CLIMBING TOWER AND BOULDERING WALL
COOKING
CRAFT
CREATIVE WRITING: WRITERS' STUDIO
CRYPTIC CROSSWORDS
D BOYS VOCAL GROUP
DANCE: BALLET, BREAK, CONTEMPORARY, DANCE FOR BOYS, STREET, JAZZ, SALSA AND TAP
DOG TRAINING
DRAMA: JUNIOR DRAMA SOCIETY AND LAMDA EXAMS
ENGLISH LITERATURE SOCIETY
FEMALE EMPOWERMENT
FENCING
FILM AND ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION
FILM MAKING
FISHING
FOOTBALL AND INDOOR FOOTBALL
FRENCH FILM CLUB
FRISBEE CLUB
GAP-YEAR WORKSHOPS
GERMAN FILM CLUB
GOLF AND PUTTING
GREENPOWER CHALLENGE
HIGHER PROJECT QUALIFICATIONS
HORSE RIDING
INDOOR HOCKEY
JEWELLERY MAKING
LEARN TO DJ
LEARN TO JUGGLE
LEGO ROBOTICS
LOGIC PUZZLES
MAKE YOUR OWN SKATEBOARD
MILITARY HISTORY
MINDFULNESS
MODEL UNITED NATIONS
MOUNTAIN BIKING
MUSIC: CHOIRS, ENSEMBLES AND PRACTICE
MUSICAL THEATRE SHOW CHOIR
NATURE CLUB
PHOTOGRAPHY: FILM AND DIGITAL
POLO
POOL KAYAKING
POLITICS DISCUSSION GROUP
PUBLIC SPEAKING
RIALTO SOCIETY (DEBATING)
ROCK BAND
ROWING
SALSA DANCING
SCALEXTRIC CLUB
SCHOOL MAGAZINE: THE BROGUE
SCIENCE SOCIETY
SCIENCE DISCUSSION GROUP
SENIOR DRAMA
SKATEBOARDING CLUB
SPANISH CINEMA
SQUASH
STAGE CREW
STUDIO CYCLING
SWIMMING
TABLE TENNIS
TENNIS: COACHING
WARHAMMER
WOODTURNING
YOGA

All pupils in D (year 9) and C (year 10) are involved in at least one ECA a week and most choose to do more, depending on their other commitments.
The majority of pupils in B (year 11), A3 (year 12) and A2 (year 13) are also involved in ECAs, further developing their interests from participation in the junior years.