We have an array of extra-curricular activities at St. Anthony’s School for Girls. Download the information sheets below for more details.
West Hampstead School of Dance has returned to Ivy House to provide after school ballet lessons for St. Anthony’s Girls, with Gillian Winn, the founder of the school and former ballerina teaching the classes.
‘We specialise solely in classical ballet and follow the RAD syllabus. Our aim is to deliver inspiring classes and encourage the love of dance. Those doing exams have all excelled, without exception, and our professionally staged children’s ballet productions are spectacular, incomparable in quality, style and content.’
Classes are offered for the lower classes (Rec – Yr 2) and Junior (Year 3- 6).
Spencer Stage School offers an after school drama club for girls of all ages.
‘Spencer Stage School provides a safe environment in which anyone can express themselves, build confidence, make new friends and develop creativity. With the help of an experienced drama teacher, children will develop their performance skills and use role play, make believe, improvisations, mime and voice development in a safe and creative environment where they can express themselves freely.’
LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) Examinations
We are delighted that Bernard Krichefski, an immensely experienced television drama producer, theatre director, playwright and screenwriter is providing coaching to pupils for the LAMDA exams in Performance (Acting). He also offers coaching in Verse and Prose speaking.
Running the afterschool choir, we have Stephen Lanigan O’Keefe. Stephen is the Director of Music at UCS Junior Branch, where he directs two choirs of over 40 boys each as well as competition-winning instrumental ensembles. He is also part of the music ministry at St Mary’s Church, Hampstead.
Peripatetic lessons in Violin and Piano are available during the school day for those wishing to learn an instrument. Should your daughter wish to take lessons in an instrument other than those offered, please speak to the school office to register your interest.
Gardening Club takes place during a Thursday lunchtime and is an opportunity for the girls to learn about plants and wildlife in our school garden. They will plant, maintain and harvest vegetables from the vegetable patch, observe bugs and insects using our minibeast hotel and observe the seasonal changes of our environment.
A club for the girls to learn about algorithms, code and programming through age appropriate guided games and tasks with our Computer Scientist Teaching assistant, Ed.
Join our gymnastic trained reception teacher Fiorella to develop your gymnastic skills in balance, control and coordination through floor routines.