The junior school have announced their list of co-curricular activities for the summer term and the boys and girls have an impressive range of clubs to choose from.
On Mondays the pupils can get musical with junior choir or ukulele club, they can test their tactical skills at chess or can develop their sports skills at cricket or athletics.
LAMDA, art and rounders are a few of the clubs that take place on Tuesday whilst on Wednesday mini water polo, mathletics, pop lacrosse and languages are just some of the activities on offer.
On Thursdays the boys and girls can test their archery and fencing skills whilst pupils with a creative eye can join the photography club. The week is rounded off on Friday with iPad club, construction club and climbing.
The activities take place during lunch time and after school and are provided on top of the scheduled sports practices.
Mrs Claire Nichols, Assistant Head (Curriculum), said: “We provide a busy and varied co-curricular programme which changes each term. Our aim is to give every junior child the opportunity to have a rich experience beyond the classroom which challenges them mentally and physically. We place value in children making independent choices and learning the benefits of recreation time.”
A full list of the junior school co-curricular activities can be found here.