Prep Extra-Curricular Activities

We provide numerous enrichment opportunities for pupils to thrive beyond the curriculum. Whether creative, musical or sporting, these opportunities enable our pupils to find their talents, encourage ambition and extend existing abilities.

For examples of the extra-curricular opportunities open to our Preparatory Department pupils, please see the below timetable.

Extra-Curricular Timetable (Autumn Term 2022) 

Developing Personal and Social Qualities

In the Preparatory Department we provide a number of exciting enrichment opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.  For our Infants, they have weekly Forest school/Outdoor Education sessions.

Girls in the Juniors take part in our Enrichment programme. This allows girls to develop a wide range of new skills and takes place during the school day on a Tuesday for Lower Juniors and a Wednesday for Upper Juniors. Examples of activities include cookery, animation, STEM, coding, outdoor education and textile design. Pupils will spend five weeks completing a particular activity before the carousel will rotate.

Teaching life skills and encouraging the development of character have always been important objectives within education, but often these skills can be forgotten. Now more than ever, developing a thriving Enrichment programme is an essential part of promoting academic attainment and employability in the future; teaching young people the skills they need to make good choices well beyond the classroom.

To view and download our Extra-Curricular Information Booklet, click the link below.


Prep Clubs and Activities

  • Art Outdoors 
  • Book Club
  • Breathe (A Mindfulness Project) 
  • Code Breaking 
  • Cookery 
  • Culture 
  • Dance 
  • Designing Sporting Activities
  • Drama Skills 
  • Exploring Espresso
  • iMovie Club 
  • K’Nex (STEAM Club)  
  • Lego Creations
  • Music Tuition (individual instrumental lessons)
  • Musical Theatre
  • Outdoor Explorers 
  • Outdoor Problem Solving 
  • Pet Wise 
  • Sign Language 
  • Story Time 
  • Strategy Games
  • Speech & Drama (LAMDA)
  • Traditional Games

What Our Pupils Say

I like school because it is friendly and I like the teachers. I have also made lots of friends. I like drawing and painting and one of my favourite pieces of art that I have made is a drawing of a red panda face!