At The Turing School, we are dedicated to providing an exceptional and diverse array of extracurricular activities to ignite our students' passions, foster personal growth, and develop essential life skills. Our enriching experiences extend learning beyond the classroom, empowering students to become well-rounded individuals who excel in all aspects of their lives.
Parent: “There are so many opportunities outside of the classroom for the children to experience.”
Nurturing Diverse Interests
Our extensive range of clubs and experiences cater to the unique interests and talents of our students, offering opportunities for exploration and personal development. With offerings such as Film Club, Duke of Edinburgh, Boxing Club, Band Rehearsal, Creative Writing Club, and a wide array of sports clubs, we provide a supportive environment for students to discover their passions and excel in their pursuits.
Embracing Creativity and Innovation
We champion creativity and innovation by offering clubs like 3D Printing Club, Art Club, Textiles Club and Alternative Games. These opportunities allow students to experiment with cutting-edge technology, develop problem-solving skills and collaborate with their peers on exciting projects that prepare them for the future. Our commitment to our students is to ensure that creativity and innovation permeate every aspect of our students' educational experience.
Physical and Emotional Wellbeing
We recognise the importance of physical and emotional wellbeing in a well-rounded education. Our diverse sports clubs, including Athletics Club, Football Club, Rounders, and Cricket, emphasise teamwork, sportsmanship, and the value of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Our Dance Club and Singing Club offer students a creative outlet for self-expression and emotional growth, fostering a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence. Our students regularly address crucial personal invite external theatre productions to address crucial personal development themes.
We place significant emphasis on fostering cultural capital by immersing our students in a variety of experiences. To achieve this, we organise a range of external visits and extracurricular clubs. For instance, many of our students have the opportunity to visit Paris, where they can explore French culture and art. We also arrange visits to museums and collaborations with local universities. Furthermore, our dynamic History Club engages students with diverse historical perspectives, stimulating discussions, and hands-on projects that help them appreciate the richness of cultural diversity. We are dedicated to providing a well-rounded education that empowers our students to not only navigate but also contribute meaningfully to the world around them.
The Turing 100
We are proud to present the ‘Turing 100’, a prestigious list that showcases the 100 achievements of our students throughout their time at The Turing School. This compilation embodies the spirit of our diverse interests, creativity, innovation, physical and emotional well-being, cultural capital, and sense of belonging. Our students have soared to new heights in their personal development, from excelling in sports and the arts to embracing healthy competition and meaningful experiences. The Turing 100 encapsulates our commitment to nurturing responsible, respectful citizens, instilling character and virtues and fostering lifelong learning. It is a testament to the extraordinary opportunities available at our school, inspiring current and future generations to flourish within our community and beyond.
A Sense of Belonging
Our commitment to creating an inclusive and nurturing environment is exemplified by clubs such as the Baking Club and Pottery Club, where students can build lasting friendships, develop essential life skills, and feel a genuine sense of belonging. These clubs also provide opportunities for students to give back to their communities through charity events and collaborative projects. We place a great value on our wider work with the community, we believe that education is a shared opportunity and responsibility.