Senior School Clubs & Activities

The School continues to develop in response to the changing needs of individual pupils and their families.  In many families, both parents work and value the options for their children to remain at School, not just for their extra-curricular activities but for prep and supper. 


In recognition of this changing need, the invitation to remain at School, both to take part in an expanded co-curricular programme or to do prep and have supper, is available to everyone.  The School is staffed until 6.15pm which means that there are an increased number of opportunities for children to become involved in a wider range of activities.

Activities run by a member of Royal School staff will be free of charge, activities run by a third party will be charged.

At the Senior School the majority of activities and clubs will finish prior to the 17:30 bus run (from Kilmorey). 

Sporting clubs, for example, usually start at 16:15 and finish at 17:20 to enable pupils to get the 17:30 minibus. There are occasions, tournaments for example, when the return might be later that 17:30 and pupils will be told of this in advance

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