Co-Curriculum Introduction


Our aim at Tudor Hall is to get the best out of every pupil. We focus on harnessing their intellectual, physical and creative potential as well as developing their emotional and spiritual awareness. Our diverse and broad co-curriculum allows each girl to be treated as an individual and to follow her own pathway to success. 

Experience shows that a well-balanced combination of academic and co-curricular learning increases the willingness to take risks, improves social interaction, develops resilience, boosts confidence and enhances leadership skills. It is these valuable ‘soft skills’, learnt through practical application in the co-curriculum, that will prepare pupils and allow them to thrive and flourish in their future life in the globalized world in which we live. 

Our school motto ‘Habeo ut dem’ - I have that I may give - runs through all we do at Tudor Hall. We have a variety of co-curricular clubs and trips that allow pupils to give back to the community in which they live and further afield in different parts of the world. We have a busy and productive charity committee organising events for the whole community and opportunities exist for all year groups to take part in outreach events with local community groups and schools. 

This brochure gives you an insight into the co-curricular activities and events that are on offer at Tudor Hall. Please encourage your daughter to seize the opportunities available and make the most of them. 

We encourage our pupils to be self-reflective and develop the skills which they need. Learning objectives for all activities can be found on SOCs during the sign up process; this allows the girls to select activities suitable for their learning journey, you will see throughout this guide icons referring to the aspect of personal development on which the clubs focus: Intellectual, Physical, Creative, Spiritual and Emotional.

Ms S J Lapper, Director of Co-Curriculum