Wetherby Senior pupils tackled a new challenge, trying their best in a rugby match, this week.
Wetherby Senior offers a rich array of co-curricular activities, which help our boys develop confidence, teamwork and leadership, while having fun and making friends in other years.
At Wetherby Senior, co-curricular activities range from boxercise to board games, from cookery to coding, and from Young Enterprise to yoga! Pupils can develop existing interests, try something new or set up their own club if they wish. Indeed, many of our sixth formers run clubs to help further develop leadership skills.
Our School’s diverse and interesting co-curricular programme runs throughout the week, at lunchtime and after-school, and all boys take part in activities on Friday afternoon.
Our central London home makes it is possible for us to invite outside speakers to give talks or run workshops, for our pupils and for our parents, about important social, political and cultural issues.
In addition, we can easily take our boys to London’s many museums, galleries, theatres and parks that are of historical, geographical, literary, religious or scientific interest.
Find out more about our co-curricular opportunities by registering for our Open Day or Visitor Morning – click here.
At our Open Day, you’ll meet our current pupils and staff, so you can ask them all about sport and co-curricular opportunities at Wetherby Senior! In the meantime, our Assistant Head: Co-curricular is joined by a number of current pupils to talk about co-curricular options at our School in this video.
You can also hear more from our Head of Music about music study and life at Wetherby Senior, below.