Extra-Curricular Activities

The After School Activities program offers students from FS2 to Year 11 the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities (ECAs) aimed to engage, develop skills and further enhance their learning journey. ECAs are run free of charge by our teachers, 3 days a week, and all students are encouraged to participate in at least one ECA activity each term.  

FS2 ECAs will run from 3:00 – 3:45PM (Monday - Wednesday)  

Primary and Secondary ECAs will run from 3:10 – 4:10 PM (Monday - Wednesday)  

External ECAs will run Sunday – Wednesday 3:10- 4:10 PM and on Thursday from 1:10-2:10PM 

Children can sign up to an activity per day, Monday to Wednesday, free of charge, as well as any number of external clubs, which incur an additional charge. Bookings are made through for internal clubs, while parents contact the external providers directly. The ECA clubs change every term but below are a few examples of what we offer: 

  • Creative activities – art and design, photography, robotics, jewellery making, Arabic language club, book club, Islamic club, music, drama, dance, cookery, scolars cup, ICT 
  • Educational activities – mayhem maths, handwriting, power reading, phonics boost activities, English Intervention 
  • Action/sport - football, cricket, basketball, netball, swimming, rugby, rock climbing, Tri Kids 

Alongside ECAs we also provide Paid External Activities (ASAs) which are led by professional instructors hired by external providers, ESM and Delta, that work under the GEMS regulation and standards.  

ESM are an international sports management company governing all sports provisions in school.  Through a combination of internally delivered sports and activities and externally governed providers, ESM sit as a premium sports coaching service. 

  • Hamilton Aquatics 
  • Basketball 
  • Gymnastics 
  • It’s Just Football 
  • Tennis 360 
  • Budo Juko Karate 

At DELTA Learning, we provide all our students the opportunities to discover and develop their strengths. We deliver an exciting instructional programme, which deepens the academic learning. 

  • Chess 
  • STEM Robotics, Coding, 3D Printing and App Development 
  • UDO Street Dance 
  • Blended Math and English 

For general enquires about ESM (sports activities) 

Contact[email protected]


For DELTA activities (academic and offsite activities) 

Contact[email protected] 




Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I pay for the ASA club at school? 

    No, all payments are made directly to the ASA providers. 

  • What is the difference between ECAs and ASAs? 

    ECAs are free activities run by our teachers Monday to Wednesday, whilst ASAs are paid activities run by external providers every day of the week. 

  • Are ASAs run inside the school? 

    Most of the activities run inside the school, some activities are provided offsite. 

  • How can I sign my child up to an ECA/ASA? 

    A list of ECAs/ASAs and Information letter is sent to parents every term via D6, our school communicator tool. They will contain all the information in regards to ECAs and ASAs and how to sign up. Parents are encouraged to discuss with their children what activities they would like to attend for the term. Sign up is done through the website for both internal and external activities, or directly with the providers for the external activities. The system operates on the first come, first served basis, so our most popular activities will fill out quickly. 

  • How will I know if my child has been successfully signed up to an ECA?  

    You will receive a confirmation email once you have completed the sign up.  

  • Can my child choose an activity every day of the week? 

    Yes, children can choose an activity 5 days a week, 1 activity per day. 

  • My child hasn’t managed to sign up to their favourite activity, is there a waiting list? 

    Yes, all ECAs have a waiting list and parents will be contacted if a place becomes available. If a place doesn’t become available and the same ECA is run again next term those students are placed in that ECA prior to the sign up.  

  • How can I cancel and ECA/ASA? 

    If you wish to cancel an ECA, please contact Laura Ashby ([email protected]com), if you wish to cancel an ASA please contact the provider directly. 

  • Does the school provide transport after the ECAs/ASAs? 

    School provides a bus transport after the ECAs/ASAs but only to students from Year 1 to Y13 and who are regular bus users, and only Monday to Wednesday. FS2 students will not be able to use the ECA bus. More information about times and drop off locations will be provided by STS. 

  • What time shall I collect my child on the day that he has an ECA/ASA? 

    For ECAs ,FS2 students need to be collected at 3:45 PM, Y1-Y13 students at 4:10PM Monday – Wednesday. 

    For ASAs, 4:10 PM Sunday – Wednesday, 2:10PM Thursday 

  • Where do I collect my child after the ECA/ASA ? 

     All FS2 students will be collected from the FS Reception desk. 

     Primary students will be collected from the classroom where the ECA is taking place.  

     Secondary Students will meet the parents in Reception or Secondary Breakout Area. 

     Pick up for internal and external sporting ECAs will be outside, on the main sports field under the shaded area  

    It is very important that all parents/guardians collect the students promptly at the end of the ECA. Failure to do so might result in the student being removed from the ECA.  

    To assist you with the pick-up locations for Primary ECAs maps will be placed in and around the main reception 

  • Who can I contact if I have any questions in regards to ECAs/ASAs? 

    At the Academy, the main point of contact is Mrs Laura Ashby ([email protected]

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