Learning Outside the Classroom
Tapton staff and students have been working hard during lockdown. Here are some examples of great work! Have a safe and restful half term!
At Tapton we promote academic enrichment through a range of clubs and activities, inspiring our students to foster a lifelong love of learning and the independence and flexibility to embark upon a bright future.
A wide range of hobbies and interests are catered for, from sport and music practice, to Debating and STEM clubs.
Students are also encouraged to get involved in leadership activities across all Key Stages. Year and Student Councils, the Prefect System and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Programme are just some of the activities on offer that enable students to acquire, develop and demonstrate their leadership skills.
The school community is actively involved in fundraising for a number of local, national and international causes, including the Tapton School Hardship Fund. Money is raised throughout the school year through student led activities.
Students have voted to support the following charities during this academic year:
- Sheffield Children's Hospital
- Age UK
- Cancer Research UK
- Bluebell Wood
- Royal British Legion Huntington's Disease Association
- Action for Blind
- Save the Children
Further details on school clubs can be found below.