The normal school timetable is complemented by a variety of extra curricular activities designed to discover or further develop children’s individual interests. There are numerous clubs which provide the pupils with opportunities to explore new interests and abilities.

Outings to the theatre are organised and also to places of educational or sporting interest.

The School Choir and Recorder Group provide musical accompaniment and entertainment for different occasions such as our Christmas Carol Service and Leavers’ Service, both of which are held each year at St Alphege Church. Children are also offered the opportunity of learning to play various musical instruments with peripatetic teachers. These include piano, drums, violin, guitar, flute and clarinet. All children partake in ensemble playing during music lessons.

Pupils from Nursery to Year 6 participate in staging various school concerts where children and staff work together as a team to produce entertainment which is always a sell-out. 

Children are encouraged to take part in extra curricular games and activities. Matches are organised against teams from local school and the School participates in the annual Independent Schools Association Athletics Meeting held at the Alexander Stadium, the Art Competition, Swimming Gala, Football, Netball and Cricket Tournaments. Inter-House matches are organised with the aim of developing children’s skills in competition, fair play and co-operation.

A residential week is offered during the Summer Term to children in Year 6. This exciting and challenging week of outdoor activities is aimed at building the children’s self-confidence and helps them to achieve a fulfilling level of independence.