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Extra-curricular Clubs and Activities

Extra-curricular Clubs and Activities

We have an exciting new vision for life beyond the classroom.

The clubs and activities that take place at Melbourn have been wide and varied. However, we feel that increasing the number and quality of clubs and activities is vital for all students and will allow them to flourish both in and out of lessons. We have an exciting programme, which includes both activities which are integrated into the main curriculum time and a full timetable of after-school activities. Details on the integrated curriculum activities are available through departments. The clubs and activities available change each term. Full details are available from reception or by emailing Details of the current clubs and activities can be found in the left hand menu.

The current term's sports fixtures and tournaments will be shown and available for download from the panel on the side of this page when finalised. You can also download a list of websites for local sports clubs. 


MVCi offers one-to-one music tuition in the following disciplines:

  • Violin
  • Flute
  • Clarinet
  • Saxophone
  • Voice
  • Piano
  • Guitar
  • Drums

Please collect a brochure from reception or see Mr Thomson for more details.

Cocurricular Music

Mr Thomson leads the following weekly music activities:

  • MVC Show Band – Tuesdays 14:50 – 15.50
  • MVC Choir – Wednesdays 14.50 – 15.50

For any other information about music provisions at Melbourn Village College, please email

National Citizen Service (NCS)

This is an adventurous and life-enhancing programme currently available to young people in Years 11 and 12 and takes place over four weeks during the summer holidays. Participants embark on an outdoor adventure residential, followed by a local residential week to enhance their personal skills. The final two weeks are spent designing and delivering a project that will have a positive impact on their community. The cost of the programme previously has been £50 or £10 for those receiving Free School Meals. Bursaries are also available.

Work Experience

Work experience involves moving learning from the classroom into the world of work. Students will learn about work and the workplace, but more importantly, they will learn about themselves as a young adult, their skills for employment and personal qualities. For more information please contact Mr E Willder (

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