Enrichment Activities

Enrichment activities will take place online due to COVID-19 until further notice.

We offer a range of engaging, inclusive and structured activities and experiences to support the holistic development of students. The programme creates pathways of opportunity under four strands: Curricular, Global Intercultural and Community.

The programme also seeks to engage with the broader community and foster positive relationships within this community, and beyond.

The facilitators are qualified and trained specialists who work closely with the Enrichment department to create a culture of enrichment within our community.


Lesson 8

Secondary School

(Key Stage 3)

Primary School

(Years 4 – 6)
2.20 pm – 3.10 pm
Monday & Wednesday

Afterschool activities


Primary School

(Years 1 – 6)

2.20 pm– 3.10 pm
Monday – Friday

TBS Clubs


Secondary School

(Years 7 – 13)

3.30 pm – 4.30 pm   Monday & Wednesday   2.30 pm – 3.30 pm   Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Evening activities


Whole community

5.00 pm – 8.00 pm
Monday – Friday

The TBS Summer School runs for two weeks in the summer break and allows students to learn new skills while having fun!


Enrichment for primary students

Students of Years 1-6 have the opportunity to access a variety of activities organised by external specialists after the school day. In addition, Years 4 - 6 also attend the Extended Day Programme where extra-curricular activities are run by class teachers twice a week as part of the curriculum.

Some of the activities include:

  • Art
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Chess
  • Choir
  • Cooking
  • Digital Piano
  • Edutainment
  • Environment club
  • Football
  • Gymnastics
  • Lego Robotics
  • Stance Dance
  • Swimming
  • Tech Club
  • Theatre
  • Trinity programmes
  • Whacky Science
  • Young Journalist Club

Enrichment for secondary students

Student-led TBS Clubs offer a unique opportunity to students to either participate in exciting initiatives or pilot and run their own.

Based on a charter, the TBS Clubs allow students to be reflective and inspirational leaders of the community and also to expand their portfolios through exciting ventures such as TBS Rise for Environment, Support the Animals team, Book Drive, Run Nutters, Trinity, Solfege, EcoSOC and many more.

Students of Years 7- 9 attend extra-curricular activities as part of their school timetable twice a week.

Some of the activities include:

  • Art for Social Service
  • Basketball
  • Chess
  • Drama
  • EXPLORA the Science Club
  • Film club
  • First Aid Skills training
  • Football
  • Generation Global
  • Leadership Skills
  • Martial arts
  • Mental fitness
  • Music bands
  • Photography
  • Public Speaking
  • Puppetry
  • Self-defence
  • Vocabulary Building
  • Word problems
  • Yoga