Extra Curricular, Trips & Activities

Here at St Paul's Way Trust School, we provide a variety of high quality extra-curricular activities and experiences that encourage our students to be culturally competent and equipped with the ‘skills’ that will enable them to function effectively in the wider world.

We believe that providing a rich and vibrant enrichment programme, not only, increases academic success but also helps to shape our students into well-rounded, conscientious people who will be confident and resilient enough to succeed in life. 

In light of the current COVID situation, we will be continually monitoring the state of affairs and will be adhering to government guidance around extra-curricular provision. Moreover, we will be undertaking risk assessments and will reintroduce our exciting extra-curricular activities in a safe and timely manner to ensure the safety of all.  We will look to offer options from April onwards but our main priority at present is ensuring all students return to their learning in a safe manner in line with government guidance.  So watch this space!

Breakfast Clubs

SPWTS will soon begin to offer limited before and after school provision. Accessing breakfast club for your child is done through a signup system; please contact the school if you require this.

University Pathway Programme

The University Pathway Programme, managed by The Brilliant Club, is designed to help pupils increase their chances of attending a highly-selective university. It is an excellent opportunity for your child to experience university-style learning through tutorials run by Dr Gallagher, a teacher who completed his PhD in cosmology.

Science Crest Award Club


SPWT XTRA - Greenhouse Sport

Greenhouse Sports facilitates programmes which are carefully designed to be fully inclusive, fun, safe and engaging for participates. The sessions are well planned and structured, with a culture of high expectations for coaches and participants alike. Coaches encourage participants to self-reflect, take responsibility for their choices, behaviours and personal development.

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