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The Knowledge Schools Trust

We aim to provide children with a classical liberal education, regardless of background or ability.

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Clubs

We are continuing our programme of co-curricular activities and after-school clubs for the Michaelmas term

Please see the attached Michaelmas term  programme and weekly timetable.

This programme includes locally sourced external providers who deliver high-quality programmes to schools and the local community. There is an 10-week programme in the Michaelms term with registers taken every session as if the club is a normal classroom lesson and detentions will be set accordingly.

Pupils are expected to attend clubs over the school year. Years 7, 8 and 9 are required to attend two clubs per week and Year 10 must attend one club per week. Pupils can change their clubs each term but are required to complete each 8-week programme and attend every session over the course of the term.

The clubs programme is funded by the Knowledge Schools Foundation Trust.

 

LUNCHTIME CLUBS  

  • Board games
  • Gardening
  • Lego
  • Philosophy
  • Recreational Sports

 ACTIVITY CLUBS  

  • Art 
  • Ceramics
  • Cheerleading and streetdance
  • Chess
  • Climbing Club
  • Coding
  • Design
  • Dramatic Dreams
  • Kung Fu
  • Robotics 

ACADEMIC CLUBS

  • Ancient Greek
  • Creative Writing
  • Debating    
  • History & Politics Society  
  • Maths Challenge
  • Maths Enrichment

MUSIC CLUBS

  • Bands
  • Choirs - Whole Year 7 Choir, Girls' Choir, Boys' Choir, Choir Forms in Year 10 and Year 11, plus Sixth Form Chamber Choir (which is also a form group) 
  • Orchestra
  • String Group
  • Wind Band

SPORTS 

  • Basketball 
  • Cricket
  • Rounders
  • Rowing
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Water polo

In addition to the support provided by many parents via the Foundation Trust, we are also very grateful to three contributors who have made extremely generous donations to the Foundation Trust to support our programmes.

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photography by Eleanor Bentall and Peter Mason