Joint Activities with Warwick School

Girls in the Sixth Form at King’s High enjoy the best of both worlds. They enjoy the significant benefits of being educated in a single-sex environment, whilst reaping the benefits from our links with nearby Warwick School. The strongest links are formed in the Sixth Form. All girls in Year 12 take part in our Joint Activities programme every Friday afternoon. Those girls in Year 13 who do not have timetabled academic lessons on a Friday afternoon are also able to take part.

These courses vary from year to year, depending upon the staffing available from both King’s High and Warwick School. In the past they have included:

  • Arts Awards
  • BBC School Report
  • Biz Watch
  • Chinese
  • Combined Cadet Force
  • Cooking for University
  • Cryptography
  • Ecoschool
  • Engineering
  • European Computer Driving Licence
  • European Cultural Activities
  • Geo Journal
  • Language for Business
  • Lego League
  • Linguistics
  • Medical Society
  • Philosophy Society
  • Psychology Society
  • Russian
  • Science in Action
  • Vocal and Acapella Groups
  • The War Room
  • Wood work
  • Young Enterprise
  • Voluntary Service and Work Experience

Some of these courses lead to qualifications, whilst others offer the opportunity to do something more recreational or further develop important life skills. A separate booklet, to assist the girls in their choices, is provided to them later in the year.