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Have you ever wanted to learn some general knowledge life hacks, had a specific interest in an everyday topic, or want to support your future education with a voluntary or educational club? This is the section for you. Here we share clubs that widen students intellect and build and enhance skills used in everyday life.



BSL - Most Deaf people who use sign language in the UK use British Sign Language (BSL). It is a rich combination of hand gestures, facial expressions and body language and, like English, has its own grammar, syntax and lexicons.

Cooking Club - In a cooking class you can learn appropriate terminology that will help you to better read and understand recipe preparations. Basic Skills - A few of the basic skills you can learn in the kitchen are knife skills, basic cooking methods, such as searing and braising, menu development, and meal prep. Intermediate - Creating a technical dish and garnishing.

Student Council

  1. To initiate, implement, and complete projects and activities which will be of help to the school, the students, the faculty, the administration, the Board of Trustees and the community. 
  2. To develop and provide opportunities for leadership and service in the local school and in the community. 
  3. To encourage personal growth of leaders through participation in district, state and national meetings and organisations. 
  4. To provide a living workshop of democratic processes, through such activities as elections, participation in a constitutional representative assembly, etc. 
  5. To contribute to the educational experiences of students by providing them with a positive involvement in the school, with widened areas of responsibilities and with more direct participation in organising and implementing activities. 
  6. To promote respect for law and order and the general welfare of the school and community. 
  7. To promote an awareness of human relations, of power structures and how one effectively operates within them. These objectives are realistically approached through increasing avenues of cooperation amongst the administration, faculty and students.
  8. To provide a viable means for student expression and an increasing amount of self-direction. 
  9. To improve understanding between and within groups through interaction and communications. 
  10. To develop student potential and encourage making a well-informed, honest, interested and active citizenship. 
  11. To develop not only leadership abilities within the youth of today, but also leadership for the community, state and nation of tomorrow. In this process, it is also the objective to develop an awareness of good leadership qualities, hopefully, for a more informed, concerned and active citizenry of tomorrow. 
  12. To increase student involvement and school pride.

Ramadan - Monday - Friday we have our reflection room available for prayer and quiet time. This is based in the Aspire building in Room A110.

We also have additional space on a Friday in the Drama Hall at 12.30 for prayer.

LBGTQ - SHC LBGTQ+ club is a place where young people really benefit from having a group, where they feel supported to be themselves and express their pride. LGBT+ clubs can be a great place to make friends, celebrate diversity, learn from each other, and discuss topical issues in a safe and welcoming environment.

Staff Member: TBC

Start Date: Wednesday 14th September

Time: TBC

Venue: TBC

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