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Co-curricular Offer

We believe that a strong and wide-ranging co-curricular provision is the perfect complement to our robust academic curriculum. Our students will be able to broaden their horizons by joining our wide variety of societies and even create their own clubs if their passion has not been catered for yet.

Our co-curricular offer includes but is not limited to debating, drama, music, a wide range of sports, the Duke of Edinburgh Award and the LAE Tottenham Diploma.

We want to develop lifelong learners that are immersed in academic education, are reflective, always endeavour and are active citizens.

Three afternoons every week are dedicated to our co-curricular programme, with clubs and societies taking place on Tuesday, Sports on Wednesday and Community projects on Fridays.

Introduction to the co-curriculum 

Clubs and Societies

Tuesday afternoons


Wednesday afternoons

Community Projects

Friday afternoons

On offer connected to your subject, or to a university course:

Teachers and external coaches this term are offering the following sports options:

Community projects you will be working towards will include:


  • Programming/Coding
  • MEDICS society
  • Chemistry Olympiad 
  • Physics Olympiad
  • Debate society
  • Experimental print making
  • LBIF Student Investor Challenge
  • Creative writing / First story
  • The classical world (The Greeks and Romans)
  • Cooking club
  • Music group/Rock band
  • TEDX club
  • Mandarin Chinese 


  • Thai boxing
  • Fitness / circuits
  • Table tennis
  • Basketball
  • Girls gym session/spinning
  • Cricket
  • Dance
  • Football
  • Boxing
  • Climbing
  • Badminton
  • Swimming
  • Kayaking

(Please note appropriate Sportswear MUST BE worn at all times to ensure participation)

  • A local elderly care home
  • A project at a local school
  • Local youth clubs
  • Local food banks
  • Health centres
  • Hospices
  • Hospitals
  • Local small businesses
  1. Producing a history of the local area (Black History Month)
  2. Producing a short film focused on growing up in Haringey