Events and Activities

Clubs and Committees

The Creative Arts and Digital Learning Centre is at the heart of the school where students can meet other students with shared interests. Here’s a list of some of the Clubs and Societies that come here to meet.

Dungeons and Dragons club meet every Wednesday from 1.30pm/2pm to 4pm.  There’s a mixture of students from various year groups who join together as Wizards, Warlocks, Sorcerers or Druids where they must work together to solve dilemmas, engage in battles, explore, and gather treasure and knowledge.  Dungeons and Dragons can help students develop their verbal, critical thinking, and creative skills and is a great way for different year groups to meet and interact with each other.  To find out more click here

Cinema and Book Club meets every Monday at 8am. We meet, watch some clips from movies, see how things are done behind the scenes, compare some movies to books, do some quizzes and eat toast. 

CADLC/Library Committee meets every second Wednesday and our aim is to promote literacy and the use of the Creative Arts and Digital Learning Centre. We do this by promoting about Reading Promotion, DEAR, quizzes and events. The committee has a representatives from each year group.

Model United Nations Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation of The United Nations. Students are tasked with solving a global issue through research, drafting, lobbying and debate to pass a suitable ‘resolution’. Blackrock’s MUN programme runs for the duration of the school year and involves groups participating in conferences hosted by other schools. MUN meetings take place weekly on Fridays after school in the Library. Read more

Global Citizenship Committee meets weekly in the Library.
Global Citizenship is about increasing awareness and understanding of the rapidly changing and unequal world in which we live and it encourages students to think critically about what connects the lives of people, rich and poor, across the world. For more information click here

Student Council Committee meets every second Wednesday. It acts as a representative structure through which students become involved in the affairs of the school, by working in partnership with school management and staff and parents for the benefit of the school and its students.

Green Schools Committee meets every Monday at lunch. Green-Schools, known internationally as Eco-Schools, is an international environmental education programme, environmental management system and award scheme that promotes and acknowledges longterm, whole-school action for the environment.

The Wellbeing Committee meets fortnightly and organises various events, such as Anti-Bullying Day and Wellbeing Week, to raise awareness of the value of Wellbeing among the whole Blackrock College Community