School Clubs

School clubs and societies and the provision of facilities for enrichment activities are regarded as of great importance. Our extensive co-curricular programme adds a further dimension to the recreational and social aspect of life at Blenheim and also provide excellent opportunities for students to develop their skills, talents and interests.

The full programme can be found below. These activities broadly cover all the opportunities (Physical Education and Non-Physical Education) available to Blenheim students outside of the taught curriculum.

Some activities are open to all students and some are invite only. The legitimacy of each activity’s contribution to The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is also highlighted. This will be of interest to students in years 9, 10 and 11. 

Education should be rounded, holistic and go beyond the classroom. It is hoped that parents will encourage students to engage, consistently, with at least one co-curricular activity each week. 

For sports players there is a comprehensive fixtures calendar which enables students to represent Blenheim against local schools and in District and National competitions. These matches and competitions provide extensive chances for students to achieve in sport and also enhance their School experience as a whole.  The Annual Gym and Dance show is also very well supported by students and should not be missed!

Sports Clubs are included in the co-curricular programme and also in the Sports Clubs section for ease of reference.

Year 7 Co-curricular Programme

Year 8 Co-curricular Programme

Year 9 Co-curricular Programme

Year 10 Co-curricular Programme

Year 11 Co-curricular Programme

Sixth Form Co-curricular Programme

Bronze School Mental Health Award