We offer over 40 clubs a week which serve to enrich the girls’ development in a variety of areas such as chess, dance, football, coding, and fencing, to name a few. We aim to link the clubs to the curriculum so that we can extend beyond the confines of the classroom subjects and offer opportunities for pupils to develop their curiosity, resilience and independence.

Clubs Programme

Our clubs’ programme aims to provide opportunities to develop skills and interest in a range of areas such as logic and reasoning, creative arts, health & fitness and communication. An extensive range of activities is available during lunch breaks, before and after school.

Some of the clubs we offer include: performance arts, debating, music theory, choir, orchestra, football, netball, brainteasers & logic puzzles, Lego construction, creative drawing, arts & crafts, coding, eco-team, fencing, sewing, dancing, chess, cooking and book club.  We also offer a Breakfast Club every morning before school.

Workshops and Visits

The girls benefit hugely from the variety of workshops throughout the year, relevant to the topics they are covering in lessons. These include: dance, music, drama, history geography, architecture, the science dome, British Values workshops and maths puzzle days.

Outside the classroom, we take full advantage of our wonderful location and frequently visit the city’s museums, art galleries, and other places of interest relevant and complimentary to the curriculum. Girls in Years 4, 5 and 6 also enjoy annual residential trips.

“I love the teachers because they are kind and helpful.”

Sarum Hall pupil

“Why did we choose Sarum Hall? Its reputation and our observations on the school’s value system and pastoral care, and how they raise the girls in addition to educating them. Also their commitment to music, the arts and extra-curricular activities.”

Sarum Hall School parent

“I think she is being extremely well taught in a very nurturing environment.”


Sarum Hall parent

“My daughter is happy and enjoys her school experience immensely. She often surprises us with the breadth of her knowledge.”

Sarum Hall parent