We recognise that learning takes place in a variety of settings, both inside and outside the classroom. Our students develop as well-rounded, engaged individuals through our broad-ranging co-curricular programme.

Whether opening our students’ eyes to something new, or giving them the opportunity to indulge a lifelong passion, our co-curricular programme aims to excite enquiring young minds, inspire the development of new skills, and encourage students to build connections with their peers across year groups. From music, art, drama, and sport, to student-led societies based on shared interests, our pupils have the chance to develop a wide variety of skills and enjoy collaborating with others.

“Our students are encouraged to take advantage of the vibrant and varied programme of co-curricular clubs and societies on offer.”
Mrs Emerton, Head of Senior School

Senior School

In the Senior School, our co-curricular programme runs at lunchtimes and after school three times a week. Pupils can select from a wide range of clubs and societies, many of which are student-led and based on shared interests. Recent clubs and societies include:

  • Art Club
  • Band
  • Board Games
  • Book Club
  • Choir
  • Creative Writing
  • Dance
  • Dodgeball
  • Drama
  • Debating
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Football Club (KPS FC)
  • French Club
  • Ice Skating
  • Kickboxing
  • KPS CAN (Charity and Sustainability)
  • Languages and Classics Club
  • Music Composition
  • Pride Club
  • Running Club
  • Table Tennis


Sixth Form

Sixth Form students benefit from their own timetable of co-curricular clubs and activities, as well as a dedicated Enrichment afternoon on Wednesdays, which enables them to enhance their university applications and CV, and develop skills for life.