At Kingswood House, we believe that learning takes place both inside and outside of the classroom. Pupils are warmly encouraged to undertake one or two clubs per week in order to help them acquire new skills, foster collaborative teamwork, and, of course, to have enormous fun into the bargain.
Kingswood House School – Clubs & Activities List 2023-24
Some clubs are run by external providers and attract a small charge; others are run in-house by KHS staff, mostly at no additional cost. Any general enquiries about Club provision in school should be made to Mrs Miller, our Clubs Coordinator.
Internal Clubs & Activities
Please click on the club you are interested in to send an email directly to the member of staff who is that club’s organiser.
- Art Club
- Breakfast Club (see how to book below)
- Coding Club
- Craft Club
- Design & Technology Club* (see how to book below)
- Drama Club
- Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Eco Warriors
- Further Maths Club (Year 9)
- History Film Club
- Musical Instrument Lessons
- Late Club (see how to book below)
- Lego Club
- Maths Booster Club (Year 10)
- Mindful Colouring Club (Lower Prep)
- Spanish Club
- Sports Practice Club
- Warhammer Club
- Wellbeing Colouring Club (Upper Prep)
*material costs charged to fees account
External Clubs & Activities
- Chess Club
- Cycling Club
- Fencing Club
- Judo and Karate Club
- LAMDA Coaching
- Singing, Woodwind and Composition Lessons
- Ukulele Club
Some more information on our external providers for Autumn Term 2024 can be found by clicking on the link below:
Please continue to scroll down the page to find the booking form appropriate to each external club.
For more information about Chess Club and to book, please click here: Chess Club
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Judo and Karate Club
Please click for further information: Judo and Karate Booking Form
For more information about LAMDA, and to book, please click here: LAMDA
Singing, Woodwind and Composition Lessons
Please click for further information: Ukulele Club Details
Pupils sign up for clubs before the beginning of each term; any available spaces after term has begun will be notified to parents. If, in unforeseen circumstances, the club has been cancelled the member of staff concerned will give 24 hours’ notice of cancellation or attempt to find a convenient rescheduled time and date.
Design & Technology Club
D&T Club for Years 1 – 4 will take place on Monday afternoons after school. Please use the link below for the booking forms to reserve a place for your child:
There is also a D&T drop in session for Years 5 and above on Thursday lunchtimes.
Breakfast Club & Late Club
Breakfast Club runs from 7:30-8:30am in the Dining Room for all children in Years 1 -11 every morning; Reception pupils may join in the Spring Term once they are more settled in school. Board games, DVDs, Lego and other activities are available. A continental style breakfast of cereals, toast / bread, milk and juice is provided. A register will be taken and a charge of £10.00 will be added to your account for each day your child attends. Pupils arriving at school early before 8:15am – when a member of staff is on duty in the playground – will be sent to Breakfast Club and those arriving before 8am will be charged £5. Booking is not necessary for Breakfast Club.
|7.30am-8.30am £10 with breakfast; £5 before 8.00am but no food
|5.00pm-6.00pm prompt £10 with tea; £5 without. £20 per hour, pro rata if late – prompt pick up expected
Late Club runs from 5:00-6:00pm for all children in Years 1-11 every evening. A register will be taken and a charge of £10.00 will be added to your account for each day your child attends and takes the packed tea and drink provided; without tea the cost is £5. Please note that £20 per hour pro rata LATE CHARGE will be applied if parents arrive after 6pm to pick up.
Please ensure the school office receive Booking Form Late Club no later than 11am on the morning your child is attending the club or hand it in on a Monday before 11am for the whole week.
After-school sports practice allows pupils extra time to develop their skills. This is open to every child and there is no need to sign up; pupils can simply turn up and play.
The sports practice rota is as follows:
|Sports Practice Day & Time
|Collection Time from car park
|2,4,5 & 6
Pupils must be wearing sports kit for sports practice – if it is not normally their games or PE day they must still come into school wearing sports kit in preparation for after school practice. If it is necessary to cancel sports practice, all pupils will be sent to prep. They will be available for collection at 1700 from the car park.
We also run a exciting range of holiday activity courses during our school holidays called Kingswood Active.