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Activities

In Years 9 and 10,  all pupils are engaged in a junior activities programme that enriches their co-curricular opportunities. While some elements of the programme are compulsory, there is also a considerable array of choice with scope and options to suit everyone.

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Pupils in Year 9 and Year 10 typically do three sessions per week. There are around 70 options to choose from including:

Club/Society/Activity

  • Arts Award
  • Art GCSE
  • Art scholars
  • Barber Shop
  • Basketball
  • Board games
  • Brass group
  • Chamber Choir
  • Chapel Choir
  • Christian Union
  • Computer coding
  • Concert Band
  • Cooking
  • Creative writing
  • Cricket academy
  • Cricket (private coaching)
  • Cross country
  • Dance lessons
  • Dance (recreational)
  • Decibelles (singing group)
  • Fencing
  • Fives
  • Football
  • Flute group
  • Golf – intermediate
  • Greek and Latin
  • Hobbes Society for scholars
  • Hockey pre-season
  • Horseriding (eventing team)
  • Horseriding (for everyone)
  • Jazz group
  • Junior debating
  • Junior string quartet
  • LAMDA
  • Learning Support sessions
  • Maths Society / problem solving
  • Mountain biking
  • Music mash-up
  • Music practice
  • Orchestra
  • Orienteering
  • Percussion group
  • Photography
  • Poetry translation
  • Prep in the LRC
  • Personal gym fitness for all
  • Recreational reading
  • Rock / pop groups
  • Rugby 7s (pre-season)
  • Scholar strength and conditioning
  • Self-defence
  • Self-study language
  • Shooting
  • Singer / Song-writer
  • Squash
  • Stage crew
  • STEAM project
  • String Orchestra
  • Swim stroke development
  • Swim team
  • Swing Band
  • Table tennis
  • Tennis team
  • Textiles (design)
  • Textiles (GCSE)
  • Touch-typing
  • Waterpolo
  • Windsurfing
  • Yoga
  • Zumba

Eastbourne College pupils often comment that they never have to compromise on academic learning for co-curricular interests; they can do it all and also have time for socialising.
The weekdays are packed full of structured learning opportunities, and the weekend offers a chance to refresh, recharge and be ready for the week ahead.
Apart from sports-fixture commitments, the new weekend programme encourages pupils to take ownership of designing their own enrichment programme using organisational and planning skills essential for life after school.

The Saturday programme offers pupils choice from a healthy menu, blending these options with time to relax and time to enjoy the company of family and friends.

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