Student societies offer a diverse collection of groups and organisations ranging from sports teams to hobby enthusiasts to political and environmental groups.
Societies differ from normal clubs in that they are student rather than staff led.
At Gordon’s School we promote a ‘Can I?’ culture, whereby we actively encourage students to set up their own societies, putting their time to good use. Societies are successful depending on the enthusiasms of the students involved, therefore some societies may come and go with time. We encourage students to take responsibility for their actions and commit to their projects.
Reports, including the Sudan Partnership Society, ID+ and the Wellbeing Society are provided to the termly Boarders' Council Meetings and in turn, discussed at the Student Governor Meetings.
Active societies currently include; the Sudan Partnership Society, ID+, Music, Wellbeing and Eco Society.
This year we hope to have an active Human Rights and Fair Trade Society, all of which will report to the Boarders' Council.
Books and Biscuits
Books and Biscuits aims to inspire a love for literature by removing the stress of exams and
This student-led society is open to all in the school from Years 8-13. It offers a weekly opportunity
Drama Society at Gordon’s School is run and arranged collaboratively by students from Year
Within our society we have built a place where you will be able to produce designs and create
Passionate about films? Then this student-led Period 7 activity is for you! Open to Year 10
Invasion Games Society
Do you miss playing fun PE games like dodgeball, bench ball and capture the flag? If so then
MUSIC Dine and Discuss
The newly formed Politics Society, a student-led Sixth Form society, is a lively forum for
School Paper Society
Are you opinionated? Are you creative? Have you always secretly wanted to be Stacy Dooley?
the sudan partnership
As Gordon’s School established its partnership with the Khartoum International Community School
In 2018 the Wellbeing Society was established as a group of Key Stage 3 students completed