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There are many clubs, societies and sports that pupils can normally take part in during the school day and both before and after school. These range from Basketball to Debating to the popular CCF. 

Students will sign up to at least one acitivity. They will be given a 'Passport' so that they can record what they have learnt and keep track of what they have completed each term

Please click on the link below to see the enrichment activities  by year group for the Autumn Term 2022:

Year 7 Enrichment activities 

Year 8 Enrichment activities 

Year 9 Enrichment activities 

Year 10 Enrichment activities 

Year 11 Enrichment activities 

Sixth Form Enrichment activities 


There are currently 252 CCF Contingents based in UK schools, 200 of these Contingents are within private schools, therefore St. Ignatius College is very privileged to have a CCF and to be able to offer its pupils the opportunities available to CCF Cadets. The aim of the CCF is to provide a disciplined organisation in a school so that its pupils may develop the powers of leadership by means of responsibility, self – reliance, resourcefulness, endurance and perseverance. This is done by basing CCF training on military training.

We meet every Monday after school (term time only). We teach a range of skills such as self-discipline, team work, organisation as well as more specific training with map work to help develop the potential of each cadet. We achieve this through a number of exercises and give opportunities to those who are willing to work hard for it. Our contingent is the only contingent to be linked to a school in the Enfield Borough. The CCF is only operational due to the hard work of members of staff who volunteer their time so that pupils at St.Ignatius can benefit from new experiences.


The CCF offers certain qualifications, which can help the employment prospects of cadets. The Army Proficiency Certificate (APC) both basic and advance levels can be attained through the training program. This qualification can help towards a job in security.

First Aid is also taught to cadets reaching the 4th year. A ‘First Aid at Work’ Certificate is signed for those that pass this stage of training. Most employers look for candidates with First Aid qualifications as it is required to have a certain number of trained personnel in the workforce by law. This also entitles you to higher pay in most jobs and can lead to employers sponsoring further medical courses.

The BTEC scheme is also a key part of the CCF. It is available to those in 6th Form who are still part of the Army or RAF. 70% of the overall mark is training already undertaken in previous years, 30% is a marked booklet about specific aspects of the CCF and the Regular forces.


Extra-curricular ensembles are open to all students and include:

  • Brass Club
  • Guitar Club
  • String Ensemble
  • Orchestra
  • Choir
  • Gospel Choir
  • Jazz Band
  • Keyboard Club
  • Close Harmony Group
  • Rock School


Music Colours:

There is a great tradition of creativity at St Ignatius College and to be awarded Music Colours recognises outstanding musical achievement and commitment. The Ignatian community respects the dedication that these boys have shown towards representing their school with each boy awarded Colours becoming a part of the creative heritage of St Ignatius College.

There are three ranks of Music Colours that can be awarded to a student at the College:-

  • JUNIOR COLOURS are awarded for work in Years 7,8 and 9.
  • INTERMEDIATE COLOURS are awarded for work in Years 10 and 11.
  • SENIOR COLOURS are awarded for work in the Sixth Form. 

The award of colours is made annually at the Summer Arts Festival and takes into consideration the following:-

  • Reaching a high level of academic achievement on the GCSE, BTEC or A-Level Music courses (eg. Grade 7-9, Distinction or A).
  • Achieving a high standard of instrumental or vocal performance (approximately ABRSM Grade 6 equivalent).
  • Consistently producing a range of well-written, creative and original compositions or arrangements.
  • Success in musical competitions both inside and outside of the College.
  • Showing outstanding commitment towards extra-curricular groups by regularly attending all rehearsals and performances (eg. College Choir, Orchestra, Jazz Band).


Extra Curricular Sport

St Ignatius has a proud history of success in all sports and it plays a very important role in the daily life of the College and as well as PE and Games during curriculum time.  This is supplemented by an extensive extra-curricular programme where there are clubs in many of the popular sports.

  • Athletics: Seasonally offered to all year groups and the College competes at Borough, County and National Level.
  • Basketball: Teams in all age groups compete in the Borough competition
  • Cross Country: Students compete at Borough, County, Regional and National competitions. 
  • Cricket:  Teams compete in the Borough League
  • Football: Teams in all age groups compete at Borough, County and National Level
  • Rugby: Teams in all age groups compete in friendly matches on Saturdays and County level competitions.
  • Swimming: Clubs offered for non and developing swimmers at KS3, Elite swimming clubs for strong swimmers. National Pool Lifeguard Award for Year 12 & 13
  • Tennis: Clubs offered to all age groups, competition at local and regional level.
  • Volleyball: Offered to students. across all year groups. Entry into Borough and Regional competitions 

Please click on the link below for information on sporting fixtures and results:

Sports Fixtures and Results