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We place a strong emphasis on providing our students with a well-rounded educational experience through our emphasis on co-curricular education. We believe in providing a breadth and depth of opportunity but aims to help develop many wider personal skills.

The co-curricular programme also supports our overall aims of providing children with an active and creative education. Most parts link through to the academic curriculum itself. For example, the sport, in particular, links strongly to our provision of Health and Well Being.

Sport

Every child will learn to run, swim and ride (a bike); they will have opportunities to catch, kick and throw. In so doing, we shall also develop skills in:

– Leadership

– Teamwork

– Determination

– Concentration

– Dedication

– How to win

– How to lose

There will also be a strong emphasis upon physical fitness, not in an obsessive way, but in a manner that enhances their lifestyles.

Music

at many schools, and especially at King’s, students have opportunities to perform publicly, to play in ensembles and orchestras and to sing in choirs. All types of music are catered for: classical, opera, jazz, pop. In addition, alongside the main staff, we expect to hire visiting music teachers to provide expert coaching and tuition for individual instruments on a one-to-one basis.

Drama and Dance

are always popular and most schools take them very seriously as a means not only to entertain others but also the opportunity to develop:

– Personal Expression

– Working With Others

– Loyalty

– Imagination

– Empathy

– Leadership

– Public speaking

Our music and drama facilities will be of the highest quality, allowing for both curriculum teaching and co-curricular expression.

Art, Design, Photography and Film

provide many opportunities for active education and for the use of the latest technology. For example, our design and technology rooms will not only comprise the best computer programmes together with 3D printers, but will also allow the children to use machinery and ‘make things with their hands’.

Outdoor Pursuits

such as going on trips and expeditions provide children with some of their most memorable experiences. In addition, they discover skills in:

– Serving and working with others

– Initiative

– Determination and character building

– Leadership

We shall also be offering a large number of clubs, societies and talks to attend and a whole host of extension academic activities. For example, at King’s we have:

– Two medical societies, named after very famous medical alumni

– Two other science societies, one named after a NASA astronaut who attended the school

– A classics society

– A geographical society

– A historical society which is open to people from the city

– A philosophical society, and many others

Sport

Every child will learn to run, swim and ride (a bike); they will have opportunities to catch, kick and throw. In so doing, we shall also develop skills in:

– Leadership

– Teamwork

– Determination

– Concentration

– Dedication

– How to win

– How to lose

There will also be a strong emphasis upon physical fitness, not in an obsessive way, but in a manner that enhances their lifestyles.

Music

at many schools, and especially at King’s, students have opportunities to perform publicly, to play in ensembles and orchestras and to sing in choirs. All types of music are catered for: classical, opera, jazz, pop. In addition, alongside the main staff, we expect to hire visiting music teachers to provide expert coaching and tuition for individual instruments on a one-to-one basis.

Drama and Dance

are always popular and most schools take them very seriously as a means not only to entertain others but also the opportunity to develop:

– Personal Expression

– Working With Others

– Loyalty

– Imagination

– Empathy

– Leadership

– Public speaking

Our music and drama facilities will be of the highest quality, allowing for both curriculum teaching and co-curricular expression.

Art, Design, Photography and Film

provide many opportunities for active education and for the use of the latest technology. For example, our design and technology rooms will not only comprise the best computer programmes together with 3D printers, but will also allow the children to use machinery and ‘make things with their hands’.

Outdoor Pursuits

such as going on trips and expeditions provide children with some of their most memorable experiences. In addition, they discover skills in:

– Serving and working with others

– Initiative

– Determination and character building

– Leadership

We shall also be offering a large number of clubs, societies and talks to attend and a whole host of extension academic activities. For example, at King’s we have:

– Two medical societies, named after very famous medical alumni

– Two other science societies, one named after a NASA astronaut who attended the school

– A classics society

– A geographical society

– A historical society which is open to people from the city

– A philosophical society, and many others

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