Student Clubs & Societies

The Clubs & Societies, planned and managed by the students, are a weekly space for personal development, recreation and exploration.

Developing new interests via Clubs & Societies

Clubs and Societies occur weekly and consist of various activities and discussion spaces. They are planned and directed by the Student Council (who are in continuous contact with the rest of the students) and supervised by a teacher.

Our educational programme, through its links with current affairs and 21st-century skills, inspires our students to develop new interests. Throughout the year, one of our Student Council’s objectives is to channel these incipient interests, together with those that already exist, into a range of Clubs and Societies where all students take an active role.

This collection of Clubs and Societies is constantly evolving. While students suggest new topics, teachers also bring their personal interests and hobbies into the equation. The leadership provided by the student leaders in these Clubs provides a brilliant opportunity for development in this field via their work in the Virtus community.

The flexibility of the Clubs and Societies allows students to leave their personal imprint on the community, develop their interests and passions during their time at Virtus, and connect with the teaching staff in multiple ways.

Virtus, British Sixth Form College clubs and societies

Clubs & Societies founded by our students

Chess Club

Music Club

Criminology Club

Investment Club

Astronomy Club

Forecasting Club

Podcast Club