Amnesty International, Board Games Club, Book Club, Cards Club, Careers Drop-In, Chess Club, Coding Club, Cookery Club, Creative Writing Society, Culture Club, CREST Award, Drama, Diversity, Inclusion and Celebratory Events Team (DICE), DuoLingo Club, Digital Leaders Group, Duke of Edinburgh Award, Eco Club, E-Sports Club, French Culture Club, Food Science Club, Food for Thought Club, Gardening club, German Club, Japanese & Anime Club, Jigsaw Club, Journalism Club, Junior Maths Challenge, Latin for Beginners, Latin Continuation, Music Club and Band, Maths Club, Medics Club, Moon Camp Challenge, The Makery, Oxbridge Group, Peer Mentors, Photography Club, Public Speaking, PRISM Club (LGBTQ+ students and allies), Pottery Club, Robotics, RSC Young Analyst, Science Club, Senior School Show, Swedish Club, Science Simulation and Computational Physics Club, Warhammer Society

Hulme Students are grounded and well-rounded individuals. We Believe that character is not fixed and can be developed and enhanced. Qualities such as leadership, collaboration, and empathy are essential for success in life, and we work hard to instil and grow these values in our students.

One way we do that is through our strong co-curricular provision, which means students have access to a staggering array of clubs, societies, and volunteering opportunities. From reading to younger students or learning to speak Swedish, from competing in an e-sports club to performing in a concert, from helping to run a fundraising event or honing their pottery-making skills, students develop their competitive edge, their team building skills and resilience.

Our task is to help students keep their horizons broad and to appreciate the widest range of opinions and perspectives. Our Hulme Lecture Series introduces students to concepts beyond the curriculum and challenges their assumptions. Our careers support helps them to begin to develop their CV-building skills long before they step into the world of work and they leave us ready to take the world by storm.


Co-Curricular Programme September 2024