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Clubs, Activities and Awards

Over 130 co-curricular clubs and activities are on offer at lunchtime and after school.

We encourage girls to participate in order to develop personal interests, broaden their horizons and develop artistically, socially and creatively.  Girls can pursue their own interests, and discover new ones, while making new friends from other forms and year groups. Staff also offer a range of subject workshops for support at all ages.

We offer some activities, such as Climbing, Orchestra, Choir and Drama, in association with Warwick School, and the Friday Afternoon Activities for Year 10 and above  - that include everything from Amnesty, to Golf, Improv, Canoeing, Furniture Making, Cyber Security, and Cooking for University - are shared with the boys of Warwick School. 

Co-curricular activities are booked on a termly basis using the web-site www.misocs.com. It can be accessed using your daughter's school e-mail address and the password you have set up for the site. Clubs are booked on a termly basis using this system.

Co-curricular Activities Offered

Activities

Combined Cadet Force          

   

Duke of Edinburgh Award - all levels

Junior and Senior Mindfulness

Quiz Club

Young Enterprise

Creative

Art Club   - KS3                   

Art Scholars Club

Pop Up Cookery Club                                   

Creative Writing Clubs

Design and Technology Clubs

Drama Clubs - KS3 and KS4

Art and Chemistry

Origami

Textiles

Music

Bluejays and Bluetones

Brass Ensemble Groups

Canticum Choirs                            

Clarinet Group

Composition Group

Flute Choir

Foundation Chamber Choir

Foundation Concert Band

Foundation Orchestra

Guitar Ensemble

Harp Ensemble

Jazz Combo

Music Aural

Music Theory - all grades

Intermediate Orchestra

Orchestra

String Orchestra

Recorder Consort

String Ensemble

String Quartet Groups

Wind Ensemble

Windband

Junior and Senior Choirs

 

Sport

Badminton Clubs                     

Ballet Groups                      

Clay Pigeon Shooting                          

Climbing Clubs

Contemporary Dance

Cross Country

Fencing

Gymnastics Groups

Hip hop Groups

Hockey Clubs - all ages and standards

Lifesaving 

Martial Arts                                                     

Netball Clubs - all ages and

standards

Rowing Clubs

Running Club

Swimming training

Tennis Clubs and coaching

Water polo

Yoga

Handball  

Supra-curricular

Additional maths            

Advanced theory

Art/History                               

Bilingual

Book Club

Cafe Philo

Cafe Scientifique

Debating Club

Dissection Club

Economics

Engineering

Film Club

Geography

German

Greek

Italian

Journal review - science

Languages stretch and challenge

Mandarin

Medsoc

Model United Nations

National Council for Young

Women

Politics

Spanish Culture

STEM Clubs

Talk Science

Senior Debating Society

In addition staff offer a range of subject workshops for support at KS3 and 4 and in the Sixth Form.

The Friday Afternoon Activities Programme runs from 2.20pm-4.40pm each Friday and provides the opportunity for every King’s High and Warwick School pupil in Year 10 and above to participate in a range of varied and valuable Co-Curricular activities in a co-educational setting.

Friday Afternoon Activities Include

3GS of Computing

Amnesty Friday pm

Art - Discovering New Art Skills

Arts Award

BBC School Report

BizWatch

Business French

Business Spanish

Canoeing

Chess - beginners

Chess - intermediate and advanced

Clay Pigeon Shooting - Friday

Combined Cadet Force 1

Cooking for University

Current Affairs

Cyber Security

Debating Matters

Designing and making

Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award

Environmental Product Design

Exploring Ethics in Science

Furniture making

Golf - beginners

Greek - Friday

Green Team

Improv

Italian

Judo

Kissing it Better Course

Life Saving

Maths - Beyond A Level Maths

Model United Nations

Music Chamber

Philosophy

Physics STEM projects

Politics

Psychology - introduction

Psychology in Action

Sailing

Science Communication

Science in Action

Smart law - a young person’s guide to the legal system

Student Investor Club

Table Tennis

Textiles and print making

War Room

Yoga - Friday

Young Enterprise