Co-curricular

Students in Junior Years enjoy a range of co-curricular activities during their lunchtimes and after school. Your son may find, like many of our students, that joining Whitgift gives him the opportunity to discover a new passion or deepen and develop an existing interest.

Many students do seize the opportunity to broaden their horizons and try something new: First Form taster sessions in Fencing,  eight free golf lessons from a PGA Professional, a term of free music lessons, learning to write hiragana, katakana and kanji characters at Japanese Calligraphy Club,  Beekeeping and handling reptiles at Animal Club, are just some of the activities available in our broad and vibrant co-curricular programme. 

Pupils can enrich their week with activities from a broad range of clubs and societies, developing crucial life skills and forging new friendships.

Alistair OsborneAssistant Head (Co-curricular and Admissions)  

Guide to Co-curricular 2020