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The deadline to apply for Year 7 is Friday 15 December 2023. The Assessment & Interview Morning takes place Saturday 13 Jan 2024.
"Co-curricular activities build inclusivity, community and help students to develop important life skills such as leadership, confidenceand and teamwork. We believe that our co-curricular offering is an essential part of your child’s schooling with us."
Head of Co-curricular
Our broad co-curricular programme offers ideas to encourage and inspire our pupils. Being involved in our co-curricular programme helps our young people support and respect each other, their peers and wider community around them. It gives them the ability to try new things, and unlocks their team spirit.
They can challenge us in our politics discussions, get involved with our Debating Society, where they can join political debates about current affairs and discuss the hot issues of the day, or simply blog about their interests and viewpoints.
We place great value in these activities, because we know they help create our rounded and grounded young people.
Our broad and varied programme of activities also gives students a chance to experience life beyond the classroom.
We offer students a vast range of options to choose from. These choices include sport, drama, music, the Duke of Edinburgh Award, the CCF, House competitions, charity events and much more.
Our Combined Cadet Force (CCF) is one of the largest voluntary contingents in the UK.
DofE offers students further opportunities to be challenged beyond the classroom.
Sport is an integral aspect of life at the Stamford Endowed Schools.
There is plenty of opportunity to learn, develop and perform music at all levels.
From performances and showcases to stagecraft and LAMDA courses, our superb Drama provision is widely admired.
Internal expertise and external agencies deliver Dance Clubs, workshops, festivals and an Annual Showcase.