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Extra-Curricular Activities

Crookhorn provides every student with the opportunity to take part in a huge range of extra-curricular activities available at the College. There really is ‘something for everyone'.

Sports fixtures are arranged with local schools and we compete in a number of county-wide competitions for many sports. There are also House Competitions for all our sports which means everyone can compete – not just those representing the College.

We also offer a range of activities from a range of practical and academic subjects that take place either at lunchtime or before/after College. This can be a maths club, where students can get support with their numeracy skills, or a dance club where students can practice their upcoming performances. We also offer a Study Club every day after College where students can get support with their homework.  

As well as all this, students can audition for our College production every year as well as our annual large-scale Winter Shows.

So, whether its sport, performance or study – there are opportunities for all after the College day is done.

Please see below the timetables for Sports Clubs and Subject & Hobbies Clubs we are running this term:

Saturday Music School

Developing skills in all aspects of musical life.
Specialised instructors teach on many instruments at our Saturday Music School - just ask! You can learn for fun or study for recognised exams from ABRSM, Trinity College or Rock School.

  • Acoustic Guitar • Electric Guitar • Bass Guitar • Ukulele
  • Piano • Electronic Keyboard • Violin, Cello and other Strings
  • Drum Kit • Percussion • Flute, Oboe and other Woodwind
  • Vocal • Music Theory • Euphonium, Trumpet and other Brass

If you are interested in an instrument not listed above, we will look into all possibilities. To apply, complete and return the form attachment below or email:

We require at least a half-term's notice to terminate lessons at Saturday Music School. When notice is given during a half-term that has already commenced, the lessons will terminate at the end of the next full half-term. For example, if notice is given in the middle of January (before the February half-term), then the lessons will terminate at the end of the Spring term (at the Easter break). As invoices are issued each term, in cases where lessons terminate at the half-term break the invoice will only cover the amount owed for the applicable lessons.

To cancel lessons, please do so in writing either by letter addressed to the Head of Music at Crookhorn College, or by email to