Co-curricular - Crosfields School


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We offer over 90 different co-curricular activities inspiring and engaging children at Crosfields. Many of these activities are included in our fees.

The co-curricular programme is designed and led by our dedicated team of teachers, complimented by external providers, who offer additional sessions offering activities such as dance and Judo.

Budding thespians and virtuosos can take part in drama clubs, school shows (on stage and behind the scenes), individual music lessons (over 300 take place in school every week), choirs and ensembles whichever instrument your child plays (or would like to try).

We encourage our children to give things a go and embrace new learning experiences.

Here is the list of activities planned for 2023-24.


90+ Co-Curricular Activities

Which will you try?

All of our co-curricular activities open up at the start of each term allowing time for families to sit down and discuss which options they would like to try.

You can access the SOCS portal via our Parent Portal app once you become part of our community. Our dedicated Enrichment team are on hand to help answer any questions you may have.

Hear what our Director of Co-curricular has to say… 

“At Crosfields School we pride ourselves on offering a wide range of enrichment opportunities. As a school we recognise the huge benefits these activities can have on an individuals social and intellectual growth. Our co-curricular programme has several specific aims including improved mental wellbeing, enhanced academic performance as well as personal growth, delivered through a combination of traditional co-curricular activities, trips and residentials.”

Developing through individual and team challenges

Each activity is designed to develop specific skills. Just some of the options to take part:

DofE (Duke of Edinburgh’s Award)

Further explore a skill or try something new, contribute to the community and explore the great outdoors

European Youth Parliament

Giving young people the opportunity to debate pressing issues, engage in citizenship and cultural understanding

LAMDA (London Academy of Dramatic Art)

Empowering young people to be confident communicators (LAMDA exams also count towards DofE Awards)

Model United Nations

Debate and try and solve some of the world’s most pressing problems

Young Enterprise

Helping young people to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to succeed

World Challenge

Sustainable pupil led expeditions

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