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Sixth Form Societies

Extra-Curricular Opportunities

There are a variety of opportunities available to the sixth form at Bexley Grammar School. All students are welcomed and encouraged to be part of the school community. Many departments run clubs where students can participate and perform; some departments ask sixth form students to take a leading role in helping younger students. If there isn’t anything you fancy, we are always happy to try to accommodate, or, we encourage sixth form students to take lead roles in creating new and exciting opportunities for students within BGS. All of the below (and any new clubs) are a great way to earn CAS hours. 

Below Joshua's video is a table of our many clubs and societies. Many of them are student-led. If you are interested in creating one, talk to your form tutor in September.

 

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Club/Society Name

What it involves?

Whom to contact? Teacher or Sixth Former

Redefy

Student led club, debating current affairs

Matthew Brooker, Year 13

Top Universities Group

A forum for 6th-form  students interested in strengthening their application to the most competitive universities

Ms Stoddard

Medicine Society

A group for aspiring 6th form medics to share ideas, research, work experience opportunities and test practice

Ms Stoddard

Law Group

A forum for 6th form aspiring law students to read about and discuss legal matters and join in law-based competitions

Ms Stoddard

Afro-Caribbean Society

A student-led organisation that organises discussion, events and campaigns

Joshua Azubuike, Year 13

Young Enterprise

Business & Management students can set up and run their own business.

Mrs Harris/Mr Joe

Environmental Action Group A team of students and staff helping the school community to lead the way on environmental issues, following the internationally recognised Eco-Schools programme Sam Gee (Year 13) and Mrs Gradley

STEM club

Delivering weekly STEM activities from September 2020 working alongside a STEM club based in Tanzania.

Mrs Lusted

Culture Club

Regular trips to theatre/concerts for 6th form

Ms Hanington and Ms Stoddard

LGBT+ Alliance

A safe space to discuss LGBT+ issues, open to anybody regardless of their gender identity and sexual orientation.

Ms Orchard and Ms Contini

Feminist Society

A weekly meeting to discuss issues of gender equality, analyse literature/films through a feminist lens etc

Frankie Handscombe, Year 13

MFL Debate Club

Debating and arguing in teams! Persuading a judge to see your point of view re: topical issues in a foreign language!

Ms Anderson


 

KS3 Science Club

Delivering weekly science clubs to Year 7 and 8

Mrs Lusted

KS3/4 science mentoring

Mentoring Year 8 / year 11 students in science

Dr Numbere/Mrs Moore/Miss Petrie

Senior Book Club

Reading a classic or contemporary novel - one a half term - and meeting to discuss it

Chloe Adibiyi, Y13 and Mr Griffin

KS3 History Club

Work with Years 7-9 on a range of different projects on wider aspects of History

Miss Fuwa