The co-curriculum of wider opportunities are an essential part of Tiffin life. Running alongside the academic curriculum and House System, Tiffin has an extensive and ambitious range of sports teams, musical ensembles, arts groups, clubs and societies, which meet before school, at morning break, during the long lunch break, after school, in the evening and at weekends. Most of the co-curricular activities are run by staff in their areas of expertise and enthusiasm; many are led by the students themselves, several of whom have set up their own groups.
Involvement in the co-curriculum is closely monitored by the Form Tutor and all students are strongly encouraged to take part. The strongest performances at GCSE and A Level at Tiffin often come from students who have been heavily involved in wider opportunities; similarly, the breadth of experience that comes from full engagement in this programme is highly valued by universities when they look to select students for undergraduate courses.
There is an incredibly diverse range of clubs and societies at Tiffin, with over 70 for students to choose from —from The Rocketry Club to Model United Nations, Bridge Club to The Literature Society, Arduino and Raspberry Pi Club to British Sign Language Club, there is truly something for everyone.
Tiffin Broadcasting Network (TBN), a student-led club, have created the following podcasts which are both enlightening and inspiring, as well as easy to listen to. In return for listening, we ask for a small £2 donation to go towards the excellent work TBN do in supporting school events and creating informative content.