All academic departments make maximum benefit of our geographical location to enrich the curriculum. Educational visits to museums, galleries, theatres and lectures are regularly arranged to support and enhance the girls’ learning. These include subject related trips as well as co-curricular opportunities that are not necessarily subject specific.
City strives to ensure that all girls achieve their full potential and the inclusive atmosphere ensures every girl has an opportunity to shine. There are co-curricular clubs, teams and societies to suit everyone’s interest. Whether it is languages, business, law and politics, the creative arts or sports, there is an activity to suit everyone. Sixth form students, who run a number of the societies, also have the opportunity to start a new activity.
These co-curricular clubs and activities are set alongside opportunities in schemes such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, European Youth Parliament and Young Enterprise.
“The high quality of the extra-curricular provision across the school ensures the strong personal development of all pupils. The programme is well organised and carefully balances across sporting, cultural and recreational activities. Extraordinary in its breath and variety, ranging from the feminist society to touch rugby, led by senior pupils or teachers, it adds richness and diversity to the curriculum.”