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Beyond the classroom

Beyond the classroom

The Granville is a hive of activity on some mornings before school and after school. Our programme of extra activities provides the opportunity to discover the world beyond the academic curriculum helping children to become well rounded individuals. They enable the children to learn new skills, develop their individual talents and extend their knowledge, also … Continue reading

Drama

Drama

Drama is an important part of development and every child has the chance to perform in a fun and exciting way. Working as part of a team and the discipline of learning lines builds self esteem and confidence in public speaking. Even the youngest children in Nursery take part in termly drama productions. Continue reading

Individual Music Tuition and Groups

Individual Music Tuition and Groups

Music Ensembles At The Granville there are plenty of opportunities for the girls to take part in extra-curricular music activities. All pupils receive an additional weekly lesson on the recorder in Years 2 and 3 and girls in Years 4, 5 and 6 can continue with their recorder playing in one of our Recorder Ensembles. … Continue reading

Clubs and Activities

Clubs and Activities

At The Granville we firmly believe that a full and exciting programme of extra-curricular activities helps enrich the girls’ education beyond the classroom. They are given the chance to hone their skills and interests as well as develop new ones and it encourages them to explore their physical, creative, social, global, moral and cultural interests … Continue reading

Visits and Workshops

Visits and Workshops

School trips and workshops run by visiting specialists are an important and enjoyable part of school life, providing pupils with an opportunity to learn first hand and to reinforce class work.
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