We want our students’ experiences outside the classroom to be varied, rewarding and about discovering and developing new and lifelong interests and talents.
Our diverse co-curricular programme encourages life-skills and offers an enormous range of activities, clubs and societies to choose from including the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Young Enterprise, chess, debating, public speaking and so much more.
The Combined Cadet Force (CCF) provides unforgettable experiences and allows the cadets to work together as a team and to develop leadership skills. Our School trips take pupils all over the world. Recently pupils have travelled to New York, The Himalayas as well as across Europe. Closer to home our community service programme teaches children the importance of society and citizenship.
Our co-curricular programme provides a great balance to our pupils’ academic studies and we continuously encourage and help each pupil to identify new interests and talents.
|Clay Pigeon Shooting|
|Cricket and nets (Boys and Girls)|
|Cross Country Running|
|Soccer and Soccer Skills|
|Non-swimmers (compulsory for non-swimmers)|
|Tag Rugby (Junior Girls)|
|Combined Cadet Force: Army, Navy and RAF (Year 10 and above)|
|Duke of Edinburgh (Year 10 and above)|
|Model United Nations|
|Russian (Years 12 & 13)|
|Traditional Chamber Music – (String based)|
|Second Form Strings|
|Training Wind Band – (Juniors)|
|Senior Jazz Ensemble|
|Jazz Ensemble II|
|French Horn Quartet|
Design & Technology
|Metal/plastics (Year 8 and above)|
|Wood/plastics (Year 8 and above)|