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What is ‘co-curricular’?

Co-curricular are activities which complement our academic curriculum. We do them for enjoyment outside the classroom.

Why is co-curricular so important?

Co-curricular activities help develop a young person’s emotional and physical growth. They improve learning through creative thought and social skills. Activities help develop talents and nurture interests, as well as enabling students to switch off and just have fun.

It is our vision that during their time at West Hill, every boy will participate in a range of co-curricular activities.

What types of activities are on offer?

From the Duke of Edinburgh to art, sport to music, chess to coding, and science to history! There is a wide range of activities available for all our students to enjoy.

When do co-curricular activities take place?

Co-curricular activities take place after school and also during lunchtimes. The full timetables can be found below.

How can I find out more?

Information and updates about all activities are mainly shared via the school website and social media. Students also learn about co-curricular activities via form tutor notices and their subject teachers.