Activity Day Time Room
Chamber Choir Monday Lunchtime Music room
STEM club (Science, technology, engineering and maths) 3.15-4.00 Lab F
Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme club 3.15 Room 23
Y8 & 9 Hockey Lunchtime Sports Hall
Y7 & 8 Basketball Lunchtime Gym
Basketball fixtures After School Meet in PE area
Games club Tuesday Lunchtime Curriculum support room
Computer Science coding club Lunchtime Room 28
Multi-generational choir (all are welcome!) 3.15 Music room
Drama – Oliver rehearsals Lunchtime Room 39
Eco group Break time Room 14
Y7 Netball Lunchtime Sports Hall
Y9-11 Basketball Lunchtime Gym
Netball fixtures or training 3.15 Meet in PE area
Y7 choir Wednesday Lunchtime Music room
Cheerleading (street shakers) 2.05 PE
Martial Arts 2.05 PE
British Sign Language Level 1 2.05 Resource Centre
Senior choir Thursday Lunchtime Music room
Handwriting/creative writing club Lunchtime Room 37
Making a Difference club Form time Room 42
Y7-9 Boys and Girls Football Lunchtime Sports Hall
Trampolining, Basketball, Badminton – all year groups 3.15 Meet in PE area
Y7 – 9 Boxing club Friday 3.15 Gym
Y7 – 9 Basketball 3.15 Meet in PE area
Y7-9 Handball Lunchtime Sports Hall


St Gabriel’s is fortunate to be partnered with the North West Comino Creative Consortium.

NWCCC is a Community of Practice funded by Comino Foundation to work with schools across Greater Manchester.

They are committed to helping young people experience learning in settings that link the curriculum to real life practice. Through real-life learning, students experience learning opportunities in industry and through cultural partnerships. Our collaboration with Comino and other partner schools has enabled us to enrich our students’ curriculum experiences and provide opportunities in the creative and digital industries.

Our partnership work has included:

What does it Mean to be Human? – In this project students were able to engage with a range of mentors through leaders from the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights and poets from Manchester’s Young Identity poetry collective. Students were involved in a series of interactive poetry and performance workshops. Students wrote poems and performed their poems at a Human Rights Event at Bury Met.

Summer schools at McCann Advertising Agency – This project gave students the opportunity to experience first-hand how it feels to work in the creative communications industry at their Cheshire site

Clive Booth Photography Project – The internationally renowned photographer Clive Booth worked with our GCSE photographers on a brief of ‘Identity’. Clive led a worshop with students in the classroom and this helped inform their project which was critiqued later in the year by Clive.

Poetry in Residence – Working closely with the Manchester Poetry Library & MMU, students worked with post-graduate creative writing students and their English Teachers. Following a trip to the cultural partner of the National Football Museum, students produced a body of work that was displayed in the museum.

From Public Life to School Life – Former MP James Frith delivered a project to students which then involved a project in which devised a campaign around the subject of voting. Students then visited London to see Westminster in action.