Enrichment & Extracurricular

Enabling students to develop life-skills and character is an essential part of education. At The Hayfield School, we recognise the value of an enriched curriculum in the development of the whole child.

The purpose of enrichment is to provide extended learning opportunities to study concepts with greater depth, breadth and complexity, while also helping students to pursue their own areas of interest and strengths outside the normal parameters of the school day. A big part of students’ personal development is about investing in themselves, outside of lessons as well as in them.

At The Hayfield School, we are proud of our comprehensive enrichment offer that aims to promote:


  • Leadership skills
  • Self-motivation
  • Teamwork
  • Wider participation
  • Creativity
  • Emotional wellbeing

As a school our commitment to extracurricular enrichment can be seen in the wide range of weekly clubs and activities we offer after school from 2.45 – 4.00 pm.

Sports Clubs

Netball, Rugby, Badminton, Basketball, Table Tennis

Why not end the day in style by joining in with our team sports and earn the chance to represent our school in one of the following brilliant teams: The Foxes (Netball), The Hammerheads (Rugby), The Falcons (Badminton), The Hunters (Basketball), The Hornets (Table Tennis). All abilities welcome.

Summer term clubs commence 22/04/2024

Other Interest Clubs

Here is our timetable. Please take a look at the brief descriptions below:

Dance Ensemble

Enhance your dancing talent across a range of styles, keep fitness levels high and make new friends by joining in with our all new dance class in the Gym. 

Drama Ensemble (Key Stage 3)

For all those who like to tread the boards and enjoy acting in all forms fear not – Drama ensemble is back! Last year we created a production of Macbeth to shine a light on your acting talent and Shakespeare’s brilliance – this year, come along and find out!

Hayfield Voices

Anyone who wants to join in, have fun and make friends, all whilst singing some uplifting classics, is warmly welcomed to form this year’s choir of Hayfield Voices. Come along and find your voice!

Art for enjoyment

A great way to relax after school and meet new people through a shared love of art. If you are creative and love to express your ideas this is the club for you.

Photography club 

Why not develop(!) your photography skills to impress your friends and family as well as capture memories in their best possible light.

Cooking club 

Looking to make lots of tasty food and impress your family by cooking dinner? You will be introduced to a range of recipes and get the chance to nominate and create your own.

Hayfield’s COP

When joining this club, you will be part of a committee that is focused on the actions that can be taken as young individuals to make the school and local community more sustainable. If you want to make a change and have your voice heard, it’s time you joined Hayfield’s COP.

Hayfield Movie Makers

Ever fancied making your own film, from scripting to filming to editing? Well here is your chance. Come along, get creative and who knows? Hayfield’s answer to Spielberg may already be here!

Society of App Inventors (all years)

Is there something missing on the App store? This brilliantly titled club focuses on designing and building applications. You’ll get the chance to enter competitions and represent our school. 

Maths club

Whether you want help with your homework or just simply want to complete it, members of our Maths department will be on hand to offer support should you need it. Sparx may fly!

French club 

Fancy extending your reach into a new and exciting culture? An all round introduction to the language and the unique culture of France. Allez allez!

Reading club

Reading for pleasure. Lose yourself in a good book, debate the best parts of a novel, have your say on what might have motivated the writer. A sophisticated way to round off your day by getting hooked on books!

English Homework club

Should you need any help starting that essay, understanding that text, or simply to catch up on notes for literature, members of our English team will be on hand to assist.

Science club

Come along to this club to take a hands-on part in fun experiments and learn about some weird and wonderful science.

Science CREST award 

The CREST award is a scheme for STEM project work that inspires young people to think and behave like scientists and engineers. Come along and invent the future!

Science homework club

Finding your science homework a challenge? Get yourself dropping in regularly to this club where our science team will support your efforts and point you in the right direction.

Prep – homework club

Have a homework-free weekend by coming along to Prep club and sitting quietly to complete as much homework as you can. Chromebooks will be available for Google Classroom. Extended hours mean this club.

We are particularly proud of our involvement in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Since its creation in 1956 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, the DofE has gone from strength to strength having had a  positive impact on young people’s lives, in terms of their personal development and employability, and on wider society, from charities gaining active and engaged volunteers to businesses hiring work-ready recruits.

There are three levels of programme which, when successfully completed, lead to a Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The main differences between them are the minimum length of time they take to complete, how challenging they are and the minimum age you can start.

The three Award levels are:

Bronze – for those aged 14+ years

Silver – for those aged 15+ years

Gold – for those aged 16+ years

At The Hayfield School, we offer our young people the opportunity to complete the Bronze and Silver Award. For more information, please contact Mrs E Conroy or Mr Huddart.