Co-curricular Activities

Engagement with non-academic pursuits is not only beneficial to student development, but is known to be highly valued by employers. At David Nieper we believe in encouraging our students to discover and develop their own individual talents and passions.

We offer an exceptional programme of co-curricular activities with a wide and diverse selection of clubs available. Students may elect to take part in competitive and recreational sport, musical activities, drama productions, public speaking, art, technology and many others. This ensures that every student finds something they can be brilliant at.

Pupils are issued with a form, providing details of all activities, and are encouraged to involve themselves in a range to promote all-round development. All students undertake a minimum of three co-curricular activities a year, which take place on Wednesday afternoon, after school on some evenings and weekends.

We also offer the Duke of Edinburgh`s Award (DofE) which is an award for personal achievement that can be obtained by any student from year 9 onwards. Students who participate gain a huge sense of accomplishment.

Our sixth form takes part in a variety of community based projects. In addition we also run a homework club after school.

Form Tutors help students to co-ordinate their choices. For further details on co-curricular activities, or for any other co-curricular concerns, you should contact the Form Tutor in the first instance, or Mrs Adani, Co-ordinator of Co-Curricular Activities.