Clubs and Activities

The extensive range of clubs and activities offered at St George's provides a breadth to our pupils' education and helps our girls to achieve vital life balance.

Many families would cite our co-curricular provision as one of our School's greatest strengths and a crucial strand of the St George's education; the girls develop as individuals, find balance between their academic life and life outside of the classroom and grow in confidence as they discover new talents and cultivate existing ones. Building our co-curricular programme into the school day ensures that all our pupils can participate and benefit from the breadth of education it provides.

There’s an impressive range of exciting and stimulating co-curricular activities to appeal to all tastes and interests. The dedicated teaching staff encourage and facilitate the girls’ participation in an array of stimulating clubs and extras as well as external competitions such as MUN, Bar Mock trials, debating and sports.

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Young Enterprise

Examples of Co-curricular clubs include:


  • Lacrosse
  • Netball
  • Swimming
  • Athletics
  • Tennis
  • Football
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Zumba
  • Softball
  • Cricket
  • Rounders
  • Badminton
  • Running

Performing Arts:

  • Drama
  • First Year Choir
  • Flute Group
  • Music Theory
  • String Group
  • Acro
  • Contemporary Dance
  • Modern/Street Dance
  • Orchestra, Ballet
  • Pointe, Tap.


  • Amnesty International
  • Alpha Female
  • Mock Bar Trials
  • Art
  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme
  • Life Drawing
  • Board Games
  • Textiles
  • Science Club
  • Young Enterprise
  • Philosophy
  • History of Art
  • Literature Through Film
  • Classics Film Club
  • Foreign Countries
  • Leiths Toolbox.


The Young Enterprise programme is offered to all Lower Sixth girls at St George’s. This national entrepreneurship scheme aims to teach girls the skills required to start and run a business. Pupils have the chance to form a company, design, source and sell a product, and ultimately compete for the coveted national crown of ‘Young Enterprise Company of the Year’.