Below are a few of the reasons why we run ours:
Opportunities to pursue interests: School clubs allow students to pursue their interests and hobbies in a structured and supportive environment. This can help students develop their skills and passions and provide them with a sense of fulfilment.
Socialisation: Joining a school club can help students make new friends and build social connections with like-minded peers. This can be especially beneficial for students who struggle with social anxiety or who are new to a school.
Leadership development: Many school clubs provide opportunities for students to take on leadership roles, such as club president or treasurer. This can help students develop important skills such as communication, organisation, and teamwork.
Community involvement: Some school clubs may be involved in community service projects or other outreach programs, providing students with opportunities to give back to their communities and develop a sense of civic responsibility.
Overall, school clubs can provide students with a range of benefits beyond just academic achievement, helping them develop important life skills and build meaningful connections with their peers and communities.
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