Co-Curricular Life

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Our co-curricular provision includes a vast array of after-school clubs, trips, and visits - more than you would expect to find in a pre-prep school. The activities include educational trips to a range of venues with links to the curriculum for all year groups. 

A small example of these includes theatre trips, farm trips and sporting trips to the University of Bath. Other inspiring trips include visits to Cardiff Castle to meet a “real knight” and visit around the City of Bath in Year 1. While the children in Year 2 get to visit SS Great Britain and Sevington Victorian School where the children spend an entire day in Victorian costume, immersed in the life of a Victorian school child. 

Magdalen Farm

One of the highlights within Year 2 is the fantastic one-night residential trip to Magdalen Farm - a working farm in Dorset where the children build dens, feed animals, and learn about food production.  


There is also an extensive range of after-school clubs available to children from Reception to Year 2 including art & crafts, cooking, choir, construction, dance, digital animation, drama, fun science, forest school, gardening, and a whole host of sports. The co-curricular provision is carefully selected to enhance the children’s learning experiences both inside and beyond the classroom and contributes to making the Pre-Prep a vibrant and fun learning environment.


We are very proud of our status as a Forest School, which grew from our desire to provide a curriculum which maximised the outdoor environment as a teaching and learning tool for our children. Through Forest School children are able to develop a life-long love and understanding of the natural environment, whilst developing self-esteem, confidence and social skills through carefully planned activities.

In support of outdoor learning we make the most of the School’s grounds, including the magical sensory garden, vegetable plot and wilderness and pond area, as well as making regular trips to Royal Victoria Park and the nearby woods at Primrose Hill.

Activities range from exploring wildlife and habitats to den building and crafting wood using hand tools such as bow saws and billhooks.


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