Evening Activities

Click here to view our our evening activity programme.

Some examples of activities we have run during the past year:

  • Badminton at Limpsfield Lawn Tennis Club
  • Gym at Tandridge Leisure Centre
  • Bus travel to Oxted and other local towns
  • Discos at Moorhouse and Sunnydown schools
  • ‘Come dine with me’ competition at Sunnydown School
  • Master Chef with Sunnydown School
  • Horse Riding
  • Sewing and craft making group
  • Jump into Sports at Oxted School
  • Mood Yoga
  • Street dance at the Arc, Caterham
  • Oxted Youth Theatre
  • Rock climbing
  • Dog walking
  • Trampolining
  • Work Experience placements
  • Mental Health focus groups
  • SALT focus groups
  • Yoga
  • Mindfulness
  • Dance
  • Sports Leadership Award
  • Ridge radio show
  • Match point tennis
  • Come Dine With Me competition with Sunnydown School, regular joint discos and activities/trips out
  • Cooking tea
  • Swimming both in school and at Tandridge Leisure Centre
  • Personal hygiene focus and trip to the dentist
  • Trips to Brighton and Bluewater
  • Pottery painting
  • Drama
  • Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver awards
  • Bra fitting and breast care workshops
  • Eagle Radio show
  • Street Youth Club
  • Bowling with Sunnydown School
  • Meals out
  • Theatre trips to see The Sound of Music, A Christmas Carol and The Wizard of Oz
  • Life skills focus groups including anger management; team building and friendships
  • Football coached by Chelsea Football Club
  • Film club
  • Street Youth Club life skills sessions
  • NSPCC Protect and Respect workshops
  • Personal safety workshops led by Surrey Police
  • Animal care
  • Oxted late night shopping stall
  • Rock climbing at the K2 centre
  • Crafts at Thread Bare
  • Bikeability
  • Running Club
  • Aqua aerobics
  • Trampolining
  • Bonfire nights
  • Dog walking
  • Café trips
  • Puberty and body changes workshops with local community nurses
“I like mindfulness because when I feel angry it helps me to keep calm and when I feel angry outside of school it will help me to think before I explode.”
Y11 Student