School Clubs


New for Term 4 – Film Club – open to all students on a Tuesday from 3 – 4pm, parental permission required for students to attend.  For further information and permission form please click here (a copy of the form can also be collected from main reception).

Extra Curricular P.E Clubs – Please click here to find out further details

School Clubs Term 4 – Please click here to find out further details

Breakfast Club (before school) 

Please click here to view the Breakfast Club Poster

Come and join our Breakfast club. Start your day the healthy way.

Dyslexia Drop-In (lunchtime) 

Please click here to view the Dyslexia Drop-In Poster

Dyslexia Drop-In is in its 3rd year. There is a group of regular attendees, some are dyslexic, some are not but they are there to keep their friends company. The idea however is not regular attendance, but somewhere to drop in for help or to ask a question related to their dyslexia / learning and be with like-minded students. We sometimes play games or discuss things related to their learning or just chill in a relaxed environment. Last year some student created a power point of what dyslexia is all about.

Economics Club (lunchtime) 

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Economics Club is a new lunchtime club for students in Years 10, 11 and 12, who are interested in finding out more about Economics.The Economics lunchtime club begins Friday 4th October and will take place fortnightly, on week A Fridays, 1 – 1:30pm.

Year 7 – ELO club/Homework Club (lunchtime) 

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A quiet place with help if you need it. Get your homework done and out of the way. Laptops are available.

The Link Lunch Club (lunchtime) 

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The Link Lunch Club is open to everyone. Students can eat their lunch in a quiet place away from the hustle and bustle of the dining room. Students usually chat about their school day and lives outside of Rednock. If students have any anxieties or difficulties they are experiencing, they can discuss them in a “safe environment”, with the support of their peers and Mrs O’Leary.

Wellbeing Activities Plan – To view the Wellbeing timetable please click here