Wednesday, 09 April 2014 05:38


Students at ASPIRE will get the opportunity to learn about photo manipulation when afternoon clubs launch again after Easter.

Photoshop, a popular graphics editing program, is just one of the new activities on offer and will allow students to explore their creative side and develop technical skills.

The club is being offered to Secondary students by Mr Dickie, a former newspaper subeditor.

Chess, volleyball, needlework, football, outdoor games, GCSE Science, Greek and a club exploring different cultures around the world are also available to students.

With the exception of Monday, a different club will run every weekday for both Primary and Secondary pupils.

The extracurricular activities give students the opportunity to explore other talents and interests and to pick up new skills along the way.