Students are encouraged to explore extra-curricular opportunities whilst at the school. There are student led initiatives and societies to get involved with, such as the Feminist Society, Ideas in Action to provide a platform for students' own creative work, the Eco Society, and a society to unite Black students across the whole Conservatoire for Dance and Drama. They allow students to develop new ideas and discuss issues that interest them. They create a platform for performance and the space to talk about other areas of contemporary society. The student voice is an essential part of LCDS life. Students have the possibility to become a year group representative, playing a vital role in shaping the school. Students also have the possibility to work as Teaching Assistants for the Centre for Advanced Training and Classes and Courses programmes, as well as become front of house staff in the Robin Howard Dance Theatre and in the Library.