All students have the opportunity of enjoying a wide range of activities outside lesson-time. All of Year 7 take part in a day of team building activities towards the beginning of their first term in the school. There is a strong tradition of participation in competitive sport in a range of activities at inter-tutor group level within the school and school teams have regular inter-school fixtures at a local level and further afield.
There is an annual drama production and music concert as well as other opportunities to perform in dance, public speaking, musical and drama activities throughout the year. Each year group has its own Student Council and elects representatives for the School Council which takes a lead on fund-raising as well as contributing to decision making in the school. Members of the School Council have an annual visit to the House of Commons and other London institutions.
All students are encouraged to play an active role within the school community and to consider ways in which they can contribute to its success and to positive involvement in local, national and international initiatives, especially where our efforts can have impact on those less fortunate than ourselves. For example, each year the school hosts a party of young children from Belarus whose lives continue to be affected by the Chernobyl Disaster.
Our view at Hasland Hall is that school life should be as rich and varied as possible such that young people then have extensive opportunities to learn, achieve and aspire to future success.
Due to current Government Advice regarding non-essential social contact the Community Craft Club will be suspended until further notice.
Due to current Government Advice regarding non-essential social contact the Community Choir will be suspended until further notice.
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