As much fun as exploring mathematics can be, we all need a little variety in life. Extra-curricular activities are an excellent way to provide balance and can be a great way to meet new people and make new friends. Whilst we run some activities at EMS, our students are also able to tap into the extensive programme of activities offered by Exeter College.
We have an extended lunchtime of 90 minutes on most days (even longer on Wednesday) that coincides with Exeter College’s year 12 lunch-break, giving our students time to walk to college, take part in an activity and return to school for afternoon lessons.
In students’ first week at EMS they attend a freshers-fair at Exeter College where they can sign up for clubs and activities. Students can also find details of events on the College portal.
In the past, students have enjoyed Jiu Jitsu, Debating, Ten Tors, Duke of Edinburgh, Model United Nations, Jazz Project, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey, British Sign Language, Christian Union, LGBTQ+ Club, Young Enterprise, Gym, Big Band, Orchestra and Badminton. But don’t let that list restrict you, if the College offers it and it fits your timetable, you’re welcome to attend.