Extra Curricular Activities

Sports Clubs

Other Activities

Club Description

  • Breakfast Club – Every morning before school, students can grab a bite to eat and get help with their homework and general studies
  • Learning Café – Every day after school in the library, students can get help with their homework and general studies.
  • Drama Club – Each week students will engage in a range of activities including: Theatre Games, Mime, Physical Theatre, Script Work, Stage Combat, Voice and Improvisation.
  • SPARX catch up – a chance to receive extra support with your SPARX homework from the Maths team (Mr Matthews)
  • Drama Showcase – rehearsals for curricular Drama performances
  • Drama Production – rehearsals for the upcoming school production of Bugsy Malone (Mr Horwood, Mr Munkley & Mrs Holt)
  • Games Club – come and play a variety of board and card games with friends, plenty of rock music (Dr Garrett)
  • Photoshop Club – learn how to edit and transform images (Mr J Hallam)
  • iDEA Club – ran as part of The Duke of York inspiring digital enterprise award (Mr J Hallam)
  • Robotics Club – learn how design build and use robotics (Mr Judd)
  • Duke of Edinburgh – work towards the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award (Mr Matthews & Miss Britland)
  • Music Academy – an opportunity to learn and play a Brass instrument and other skills (Mr Munkley)
  • School Choir – If you like singing then come along to choir. We’ll sing anything once! From Beyoncé to Bach we’ve got it covered (Mr Munkley)

Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme

We are delighted to be a licenced organisation for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. The DofE scheme is designed to offer the participant opportunities to develop independence and teamwork. It is also recognised by potential employers and prospective businesses and companies as a good indicator of all-round personal development. In addition to this, the scheme intends to foster and encourage the principles of self-reliance, commitment and patience in participants.

The scheme itself consists of three Awards: Bronze Award (Years Nine), Silver Award (Year Ten) and Gold Award (available for students aged 16+ at Exeter College). Each has four common sections (Volunteering, Skill, Physical and Expedition) while Gold has an additional one (Residential).  We currently offer Bronze Award to Year 9 with the hope of offering Silver in due course over the next couple of years.

In keeping with the scheme’s aim for independence and self-reliance, pupils decide for themselves what they will do for each section. This means they gain recognition and reward for co-curricular activities they may already be doing either at St Luke’s or out of school. Pupils plan, train for, and complete an expedition together.

If you would like any more information about the Award at St Luke’s Church of England School then please contact our D of E Manager, Mr Will Matthews (mr.matthews@st-lukes.devon.sch.uk)