At Morton Academy we want to provide students with a range of after school activities.  Our Co-Curriculum is designed to offer experiences and opportunities which work alongside our taught curriculum. These after school clubs will be hour-long sessions on various days of the week that students can sign up for. These clubs run for a five-week block. When that five-week block has been completed a new set of clubs will be set up (some will be re-run on a different day) and the process will be repeated. This will run for the first four half terms of this academic year:

Co-Curriculum 3: Monday 17th January – Friday 11th February

Co-Curriculum 4: Monday 21st February - Friday 25th March 


17th January to Friday 11th February 2022

Art Club

Music Club


Pride Group

Language Ambassadors

KS4 History Intervention

Warhammer Club

Movies with Meaning

Design Tech STEM Club

Y11 Hospitality & Catering Coursework Catch-up

GCSE Computer Science Club

KS3 English Homework Club

Duke of Edinburgh

This is a truly exciting opportunity, and we would ideally love ALL students to take part.  When the five week blocks are complete, we will be in touch again with the clubs that will be running for the following half term block.If a club is oversubscribed, names will be drawn out of a hat. If your child is unlucky enough not to be allocated a club, we will discuss alternatives and attempt to re-run the club at a later date so they can take part. To facilitate sundries and start-up costs the academy asks for a small donation of £1 for the five-week block (not per session). This should be paid via ParentPay. 


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