Isca Academy’s extra-curricular programmes are exceptional. Each department has a commitment to providing a stimulating and diverse extra-curricular programme for students. Opportunities range from the literary to the scientific to the creative and back again.
Each term we produce a guide to available extra-curricular activities in school. This is downloadable and features all of the activities available including sports, arts, library sessions, and study clubs. An overview of our outdoor education sessions is also available.
Clubs are changed throughout the year and these will be advertised to students in school and details sent out to parents. Subjects also offer a range of drop-in revision and support sessions which teachers will advertise to their students. Click the image to download the full programme.
Covid restrictions mean we cannot offer our full programme at the present time but hope to open this up as soon as we are able to do so.
Summer term extra-curricular activities are listed on the sheet attached.
All students are encouraged to attend these clubs. Staff are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding these.
Study Club will run in the Library from Monday – Thursday 3:15 – 4:00 pm, for homework support.
Please see the attached timetable for music, dance, drama and sports clubs.
Some clubs are restricted to specified year groups, others will run in year group clusters.
Changing facilities for Sports Clubs will be available.
Students can see staff for more information.
The Music department usually offers a varied termly extra curricular opportunities as well as the Drama department offering clubs and an annual school show.
Those wishing to pursue individual instrumental lessons should speak to Mrs Vallance or collect a letter from outside the music room.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award is fiercely championed in the school and we are a DofE awarding centre. Every year we take part with several teams of students in Ten Tors, we are also Exmoor Challenge champions and lead our own Exe Valley Challenge for primary learners. Students wishing to join any of these programmes should speak to Mrs Byron.
The range of clubs on offer aim to enrich and extend students’ experiences. Students are encouraged to take part in extra-curricular activities as it allows them to develop social, leadership, and teamwork skills. These skills are invaluable when applying for Further and Higher Education.