Co-curricular activities are an important and exciting part of life at King’s.
At King’s High, the world beyond the classroom is at the heart of our educational vision. Alongside truly exceptional sport, music and drama, our co-curricular programme is remarkably rich and varied, tailored to offer the very best opportunities to each and every student.
With over 130 weekly activities, in addition to our acclaimed Friday Afternoon Activity Programme, there is a wealth for opportunity to discover gifts and talents, to develop interests and passions, and to promote health and wellbeing.
Our co-curriculum is carefully designed around core themes: global citizenship, creativity and self-expression, leadership and entrepreneurship, health and wellbeing, and vital character attributes including empathy, confidence, resilience and integrity.
At the centre of our co-curricular programme is the importance of community and our work to foster a strong sense of social responsibility. With an extensive network of partnerships locally, nationally and globally, we are passionate about nurturing the socially responsible, environmentally intelligent global citizens of the future.
With such an extensive co-curricular programme, our pupils can pursue their own interests, and discover new ones. Activities include Astro Society, Amnesty, Pop-Up Cookery, Journalism, Russian, Debating, MedSoc, Creative Writing, Climbing, Textiles, Fencing, Clay Pigeon, Jazz, Politics, Contemporary Dance, Tennis, History, Badminton, Beginners’ Mandarin, Water Polo, Quiz Club, Guitar Ensemble, Yoga, Young Enterprise, Student Investor, Table Tennis, Smart Law, Golf, Furniture Making, Model United Nations, Sailing, Cooking for University, and Cyber Security. All activities are led by King’s staff and supported by a team of specialist coaches and instructors.
‘Pupils’ exceptional achievements cross a very wide range of academic, creative and sporting activities.’
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