Extra Curricular Activities
Local, national and international school trips and visits are encouraged.
Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding is fostered both within the curriculum and through an extensive range of additional activities - Ofsted, 2016
The most recent trips have included Nicaragua, Iceland, Berlin, Scotland, Wales, Ypres and Austria.
The school runs a full range of extra curricular activities. These currently include: Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Club, Taekwondo, Amnesty International, Chess, Bridge, Maths Club, Jazz Band, Wind Band, Junior Orchestra, Rock Choir, ICT Activities, Book Club, Creative Writing, various sporting activities etc.
When spoken to by inspectors, pupils expressed confidence in members of staff and great satisfaction with their school. - Ofsted, 2016
See the links below for details of extra curricular activities:
- Art Club
- Bungay High School Extra Curricular Timetable 2019 2020
- Music Extra Curricular Timetable
- PE Extra Curricular Timetable Autumn 2019
- Taekwondo Extra Curricular
We are one of the top performing schools in Suffolk for sport. The school is represented by teams in Hockey, Netball, Rounders, Cricket, Football, Rugby and many other sports. We pride ourselves on our high levels of sportsmanship as well as competitive spirit.
We have many coaches supporting the PE team and are very proud of our past students who have gone on to achieve national success in sport.
See the link for upcoming fixtures:
|Joe Lewis||England U21 footballer, currently playing for Aberdeen F.C. in the SPL.|
England U19 cricketer & former professional cricketer for Essex CC
|Thomas Barber||Member of Great Britain’s Olympics Archery team 2011.|
|Tim Whiteman||Former GB and England Hockey Player|
The PE team live up to the Olympian and Paralympian values which are genuinely an inspiration to each generation.
Bungay High School started a Singing and Signing Choir in September 2017 as part of a drive to increase deaf awareness throughout our school. We have a student whose first language is British Sign Language (BSL) and following requests from both staff and students we have set up opportunities to learn BSL in the form of weekly Signing Club and Signing Choir. We hope you enjoy watching our rehearsals!
Wellbeing group Tuesdays 1.15-1.45 in Bill Jenner room.
Christian Union, Monday Lunchtimes in S11. All welcome.