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Discover Barlborough Hall School's Diverse Cocurricular Program


At Barlborough Hall School we are dedicated to providing an education that extends beyond conventional classroom boundaries. We take pride in offering an expansive range of hobbies, seamlessly integrated into our curriculum, to spark the interests and passions of your child. The cocurricular offering at Barlborough Hall School contributes to our holistic approach to education.

 



Barlborough Hall School distinguishes itself by offering a myriad of hobbies designed to enrich our students' learning experiences. From STEM to Street Dance, French to Forest School, and Cooking to Chess, our hobbies complement our curriculum, providing children with opportunities to delve into new subjects each term. The various options ensure that every child, irrespective of their interests or strengths, finds a hobby that resonates with them, fostering a sense of belonging and personal growth.




 

Recognizing the demands of modern life, our hobbies are seamlessly woven into our daily schedule. There are options available until 6pm, giving families a range of care suited to all situations. This extended engagement ensures that children have ample time to explore and immerse themselves in their chosen hobbies, promoting dedication and passion. The flexibility of our schedule allows students to balance classroom learning with these cocurricular pursuits, fostering a well-rounded and fulfilling educational experience. Hobbies provide a platform for students to discover and develop their interests outside the conventional curriculum, laying the foundation for a lifelong love of learning.




 

Our commitment to providing a diverse range of hobbies reflects our dedication to fostering holistic development in every child. As pupils explore, learn, and grow through these hobbies, we remain steadfast in our belief that education is a journey, and every moment within and beyond the classroom contributes to the flourishing of young minds and inspires our young people to go forth and set the world on fire.

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