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Clubs and Activities

There is a wide range of co-curricular activities available for Temple children. We believe that by offering all these enrichment opportunities outside the classroom, we can help our pupils develop more fully as individuals. Every child is encouraged to participate and meetings hold once a week.


 Primary School Clubs:

  • Contemporary dance -Promotes a dance and performing arts culture
  • Sewing - Introduces basic sewing skills and resourcefulness to children
  • Debating/Public Speaking - Builds confidence for public speaking
  • Languages - Developing our children’s interests in our local languages
  • Poetry - Promotes creative linguistic prowess.
  • Earth - Aconservation society that seeks to engage in activities that will promote habits that are beneficial to our planet
  • Maths - Develops thinking and problem solving skills in Mathematics
  • Science - Cultivates the inquisitive minds in practical scientific enquiry
  • Cookery - Sets culinary skills in motion
  • Art & Craft - Drives development of fine motor skills and creativity
  • Drama - Helps children develop empathy, promotes academic growth and empowerment through self-expression
  • Choir - Creates a platform for the expression of voice, develop skills and confidence
  • Photography - Teaches basic skills in photography
  • Ballet - This exclusive club is for young boys and girls who are committed to learning the beautiful dance that is ballet.
  • Taekwondo - For developing the discipline and mastery of this martial art.


 Secondary School Clubs :

The students in the secondary school have the following activities to choose from. Every student is expected to choose one club at the beginning of term and their participation and progress will count towards their overall grading at the end of the school year.

  • Chess - Teaches the rudiments and skills of playing the game of chess.
  • School Band -A society of musicians who practice for performing in a variety of school events
  • Fitness - Designed to promote healthy habits for the body
  • Life saving - Based on the Red Cross Society, teaches life saving first aid and other practices.
  • Pottery - Focuses on sculpting
  • Arts and craft - Focuses on developing creativity and uniqueness of ideas
  • Dance - Embraces all forms of dance, indigenous and international
  • Photography - Explores light, angles, colour and shapes in photography
  • Debating - Improves expressive and receptive language skills in the students
  • Maths - A society of gifted and talented Mathematicians
  • Science - Explores critical thinking in scientific enquiry and modern scientific breakthroughs.
  • Double Dutch - A fun club that teachers jump rope skills and stamina
  • Megatones - The School Choir Club
  • Expressive ArtsStudents explore self-expression and interpretation through drama
  • Culinary Arts Club - Where students learn the basics of food hygiene, food preparation and food presentation.
  • Film Club - Learning the rudiments of documentary making
  • TempleMUN- Our very own Temple Model United Nations, an educational simulation and academic dialogue in which students learn about world issues, diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations


 Sports :

The school provides a wide range of sport activities and ample opportunities to practice and compete.

These include:

  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Athletics
  • High Jump
  • Long Jump
  • Shot Put
  • Javelin
  • Table Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Tag Rugby



Field Trips

The school also arranges a number of foreign visits that support the curriculum and give students the chance to expand their horizons as well as to help them to understand different cultures. We enjoy exciting activities during our residential trips abroad such as abseiling, archery, kayaking, zip wire and grass sledging. We also get the chance to do things like exploring coastal walks, hunting for fossils and looking for red squirrels in woodlands on the Isle of Wight and other fun and safe camps.


Community Work

Charity activity is a major focus for the Temple School community. Students undertake to adopt a local primary school and spend time teaching the children a particular skill, or initiate additional fund-raising in support of other identified needs. The students commit to making a positive contribution to their community each term.


We deliver a broad and balanced curriculum catering for all our children. The curriculum is presented to them in an integrated manner, through cross-curricular themes. It aims to promote a healthy spiritual, moral, cultural, cognitive and physical development