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Well-being Fridays 

At Haverfordwest High VC School we fully recognise the importance of looking after our emotional health and well-being. That is why, our pupils are being offered the opportunity to leave early on a Friday afternoon to pursue their own hobbies and interests, or to stay and participate in one of the activities we have on offer at school. Most activities start at 2.00pm and finish at 3.15pm.

What activities are on offer?

Activity  Location Number


This could be used towards the volunteering section of your  DofE.  

Make sure you sign up promptly, there will be a limit of 10 people for these sessions, so you don’t want to miss out! 

Start in Lower Hall 10

Art Workshops

Do you enjoy creativity? Are you interested in working alongside a group of students to create a fantastic project about sustainability? If you enjoy the world of paints, pastels, pencils and a plethora of other materials, then this is the session for you!

Start in Lower Hall 15


Do you love acting? Do you enjoy a group environment where you can explore who you are? The drama sessions are designed to build confidence, help concentration, develop language and communication skills, encourage you to cooperate, help you understand the world around you and develop emotional intelligence. Sign up to explore the wonderful world of acting!

Start in Lower Hall


Fit for Life - Basketball 

Do you enjoy keeping fit and meeting new people? Our Fit for Life sessions run by Sports Pembrokeshire are suitable for all levels of fitness. This is your chance to get active on a Friday and to top up your physical well-being. Make sure you get involved!

Start in Lower Hall 20

Young Carers Drop-in

This activity is organised by Action for Children. There are taster activities of first aid, relaxation, social media awareness / safety and craft activities.

This activity is 1:35-2:00. If you would like to take part in another activity at 2:00, please see Mrs Gardner in the Library at lunch.  

Meet in main reception.  15

Fun Five a Side 

An opportunity to practise your football skills, have fun and get fit! 

Start in Lower Hall 14

Into Film Club

Into Film is a fantastic programme which helps shape  knowledge and skills. Through a shared love of film, you will be given the chance to watch, discuss, and review films. The Into Film Club is all about fun and we welcome a broad spectrum of abilities. You will be watching a film over two weeks during the Friday sessions in a relaxed environment, before reviewing them and publishing your reviews on the Into Film site.

Start in Lower Hall Unlimited

SAW Club 

For these sessions, pupils will need to travel over to the Prendergast site where they will be in the safe hands of the SAW staff going through a strength and conditioning programme. If you are interested in improving your personal fitness whilst in the gym, and enjoy lifting weights, then this is something you should sign up for. 

This activity takes place in the Prendergast Sports Hall.

A shuttle bus will be provided from the Portfield  to the Prendergast Site at 1:50 from the lower bus yard. Students will be leaving from the Prendergast site at 3:15. 

 Start in Lower Hall


Rugby Workshops

Experience what professional athletes do to train. Participate in  Strength and Conditioning and games related to the skills within Rugby.

Start in Lower Hall 20

Music for Life

Take part in a variety of Music activities! 

Start in Lower Hall 20

Cariad Pet Therapy

Rob and Christine Thomas of Cariad Pet Therapy will be working with you to improve your confidence and to help build strong mutual relationships with other group members, including Binki the dog. These are specialist sessions which will be led by our Nurture Team. 

Start in Lower Hall 10

Pokemon Club and Yugi Club

The Pokémon Trading Card Game lets players build decks and battle using their favourite Pokémon. The game is simple enough for new players to learn quickly, but deep enough for endless creativity and fun while playing. If you are interested in meeting like-minded pupils who enjoy the world of Pokemon, sign up and socialise as we enjoy the benefits of our interactive game playing. This club is on week 2 only. 

Start in Lower Hall 16

Year 7 and 8  Netball for All 

Boys and girls are welcome to take part in a a fun game of Netball!

Start in Lower Hall


Welcome to Tabletop!

During your time here we will be playing a number of different games and activities together. This could be board games like Monopoly and Cluedo, card games and video games like Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros.

To add to the excitement and competitiveness, various tournaments will also be part of this club, ranging from card game tournaments to video game tournaments.


Start in Lower Hall 7
Youth Chill Zone Start in Lower Hall 20

Stamp Club 

This club is part of a well known national project. Would you like to create an amazing collection of stamps from around the world? If you join this group, you will be given stamps and an album at the end and be given opportunity to enter competitions. 

Start in Lower Hall 7


 How do I sign up?

To sign up for any of the activities on offer, students will first need to sign into their  gmail account. Students can acquire their gmail account details from their Form Tutors, then visit to sign in. Once students have signed in, they can click on the link below that requires students name, form, class, and parent contact phone number. Remember that parent consent must be sought before signing up takes place. 

As you can see from our activity list, numbers are limited and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Once signed up, students will receive a confirmation email or a message to say the application has been successful. Assume that you have a place unless you are contacted by the school. If an activity does not appear on the form, this means that all places have been taken for this half term. Each half term the registers will refresh and students can sign up for something else. If students would like to continue with the same activity, they may. However, if the activity is oversubscribed, students may be asked to choose something else. 


What commitment am I making by signing up?

Signing up means that students are committed to attend the chosen activity for the full half term. For example, if they have chosen an Art activity, they must attend Art each Friday during that half term. Students are not permitted to swap activities without seeking permission from Mrs A Gardner. Students that select activities taking place on week 2 only, should speak to Mrs Gardner if they would like to sign up for another activity during week 1. 

We have a duty to make sure everyone is safe and accounted for at school – as a result, a weekly register will be taken by the providers. If students can’t attend a session, the usual attendance procedures apply. Alternatively parents could email   This way, we will know where students are and that they are safe if they have not attended the planned activity. Students will need to make their own arrangements home at 3:15. 


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