at Eltham College

At Eltham College our co-curricular programme is an essential part of the school day and have created a seamless flow between the co-curriculum and academic curriculum.

Our co-curriculum programme fosters students’ leadership, teamwork, commitment, and passion, preparing them for a lifetime of discovery. Eltham College encourages students to participate in a wide range of activities to find their individual strengths, challenge themselves, take risks and grow.

The creative and performing arts, which include Music, Drama, and Art, are integral to the curriculum and co-curriculum, as they help our students build a better understanding of their place in the world, express themselves, gain confidence, and develop social skills.

We highly encourage our Junior and Senior school students to pursue excellence inside and outside the classroom, whether that is on the sports field, a stage, or a concert hall. At Eltham College we offer a mix of free and billable clubs, with some being invitation-only, while others require parents to sign up at the start of the year. Our lunchtime co-curricular programme runs throughout the year, with no charge for students.

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School News

We are delighted to announce that the biennial Junior School Art Exhibition, Together on eARTh, was displayed at the Gerald Moore Gallery this week.
On Monday, 20th May, our school community gathered for the final Very Informal Strings Concert of the year, an event that showcased the talent of our pupils.
Despite children already knowing a lot about living life online, our Year 4 and Year 6 pupils took part in separate e-safety workshops, taking the conversation one step further.
This week, our Year 6 pupils embarked on what we believe was an unforgettable residential trip to France.
Congratulation to Daniel (U6th), Charlie (L6th), Lotte (L6th), Christian (Year 11), Constantine (Year 11), Stanley (Year 11), Alexia (Year 10) and Max (Year 10) who have all been offered places on National Youth Theatre (NYT) courses.