Extra-curricular activities

We offer a range of extra-curricular activities and opportunities encompassing a wide variety of interests. We encourage students to join at least one club during their time at Oathall. For most activities, unless specified, students can join at any point throughout the year.

We try to make sure the information in this section is current. Some clubs especially PE clubs change during the year. If you can’t find details of an activity here please check the weekly Student Bulletin for the most up-to-date information.

Extracurricular clubs at Oathall 

 

Music Clubs 

Orchestra
Tuesday, Room 91 after school 3:10 – 4:30. See Mrs Mac Taggart or Mr Van Galen for details
Jazz Band
Thursday, Room 92 at lunch – see Mr Van Galen for details
Boys Singing Group
Thursday, room 91 at lunch – see Mrs Mac Taggart
Singing group
Thursday, Room 91 after school 3:10 – 4:10. See Mrs Mac Taggart for details.

Instrumental and vocal lessons
We have a great team of instrumental and vocal teachers at Oathall. If you are interested in taking lessons, you can apply by clicking on the links below to access the online application forms or see Mrs Mac Taggart for more details.

Love Music specialise in teaching singing, guitar, bass and piano both individually and in small groups. Love Music teachers are passionate and creative musicians and teachers who share the best of their knowledge in a way that is interesting, inspiring and above all, makes sense.  Whether students are learning ‘just for fun’ or working towards a particular goal (such as grades or audition pieces), our tutors take care to listen to students and work out what they are aiming for – helping them achieve their musical goals whatever they may be. Lessons are competitively priced and offered individually or in small groups. All students are offered one free trial lesson to see how they get on – we even provide resources to get them started!

West Sussex Music teach a the full range of orchestral instruments including; flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, saxophone, violin, viola, cello, double bass, trumpet, trombone, horns as well as contemporary instruments like keyboard, drum kit and guitar. There is a scheme to help with the fees for children attending a West Sussex maintained school [local authority, academy, free] to learn one instrument. This scheme applies to group lessons and award lessons. As leaders in high-quality music education, West Sussex Music aims to nurture, inspire and enrich, changing lives through music. Nearly 180 teachers support over 18,000 children with their music-making across the county’s schools and colleges.