Clubs & Societies
The College is home to a number of clubs and societies run by students, covering a range of interests. Membership is open to all students, staff and governors, and to Friends of Morley.
If you would be interested in joining a club, or would like to find out more, please see the details of individual clubs below for further information.
A number of papers have been prepared, mainly for the benefit of those involved in running clubs, or who may be thinking of starting a new club. To see a paper, just click on the link:
How to start a club
How to run a club
How to request College accommodation for club meetings
Guidance on the preparation of clubs' annual accounts and reports
Guidelines and suggestions on the preparation and revision of club constitutions
Role of student representations on the Student Council (SC) and the Clubs Coordination Group (CCG); and the position of the Chair of the CCG
Origin and purpose of the Clubs Coordination Group
All these papers have been issued by the Clubs Coordination Group. All clubs operate within the framework of the Constitution for Morley Clubs (September 2013), approved by the College's Governing Body.
- An ensemble, which now plays as Morley Accordion Orchestra, bringing together accordion players of varying levels, experience and musical tastes.
- Join the Chess Club and take part in club competitions and other leagues.
- A networking group of therapists seeking to improve their skills through sharing best practice, and therapies.
- Morley's Folk Dance Club celebrates England's folk dancing heritage with a lively dance programme.
- The purpose of The Choral Conducting Club is to enable members to practice choral conducting and choral singing with expert instruction.
- Explore the beatuiful countryside surrounding London with the Morley College Rambling Club.
- Morley Medieval hosts guest lectures three to four times a term on a wide range of research topics by leading scholars on medieval art and architecture.
- Morley Sculpture Society meet regularly for workshops, exhibitions and events.
- The London Ceramic Circle (LCC) at Morley College is dedicated to the study of British and International ceramics and their development.