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We believe in the power of an enriching extracurricular programme to help our students develop holistically. We offer a range of extracurricular activities, including a daily Book Club, after-school clubs, and educational trips and visits. 

Trips & Visits

Due to COVID-19, we will be avoiding educational trips and visits for the academic year 2021-2022. This may change as the situation regarding COVID-19 progresses. In the future, we will offer a variety of trips and visits, both locally and further afield, for each year group. 

Pictures of previous trips can be seen below.

Trips & Visits

After-School Clubs

After-school clubs are on offer to students between 3.30 - 4.15pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for KS2 and Monday through Thursday for KS3 and 4. We offer a rich variety of extracurricular activities, including creative and performing arts, games and sport. Study rooms are also available for KS4 students. 

All clubs are optional. We are a family-orientated school and as such advocate time for students to have down time at home with their families. We are aware that many of our students are vulnerable and anxious about their education. Close contact with home is a support for many of them. 

Year 10 and 11 are encouraged to remain in school to complete private study as well as extracurricular activities in the arts, music, sport etc. However, we recognise the need for flexibility and will tailor bespoke timetables to suit the individual.

Book Club

Book Club is scheduled at the same time for the whole school every day and is built into the school day. At The Levels School, we recognise creativity as one of the superpowers of dyslexia. We want to fire our students' imagination and promote a lifelong love of learning. During Book Club, students get an opportunity to engage with a diverse range of stories in a range of ways. We use audiobooks, group reading, film clips, discussions and storyboards to empower all children to be able to access books. 

Book Club
After-School Clubs

Felting Club

Open to all ages, Felting Club is a calm and creative environment. 


Art Club

For KS4 students who have opted to take Art, Craft & Design GCSE, there is the opportunity to work on their portfolios.


Warhammer Club

Open to all ages, students will have the opportunity to design characters and play interactive games with them.


Hama Bead Club

Open to Year 8, Hama Bead Club fosters creativity and fine motor skills.

Sustainable Energy

Environment Club

Open to Year 9 and KS4, students come together to develop green strategies.


Sewing Club

Open to all ages, students have the opportunity to design and create their own clothes in Sewing Club.


Sports Club

We will initially be offering handball and boccia, with the opportunity for students to request other sports. Open to all ages.


Music Club

Open to all ages, Music Club focuses on handbell and singing.


Board Games Club

Open to KS2 and Year 7, students can play a variety of board games.


Forest School

Open to all ages, this club is an opportunity for students to enjoy the great outdoors.

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Art Portfolio Support

For KS4 students who have opted to take Art, Craft & Design GCSE, there is the opportunity to work on their portfolios.


Gym & Fitness

Open to KS4, students can enjoy our facilities to develop their fitness.


Mindfulness Club

Open to KS2 and KS3, students can come to mindfulness club to wind down at the end of the day.


Film Club

Open to Year 9, students can opt to watch and discuss a variety of films together.


Independent Study

KS4 students have the option to stay in school and study.

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