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Lower School Extra-Curricular

At KAS we endeavour to provide a range of extra curricular activities to develop our children’s interests and talents. Alongside a huge variety of lunch-time and after school clubs, we have a fabulous team of peripatetic teachers who offer private instrumental, singing and drama lessons. The clubs are run by KAS staff as well as outside providers, so some incur a cost while others are free of charge.

All children are welcome to use our beautiful school grounds after school if an adult is there to look after them and the library is open for you to enjoy quiet story times together.

There a variety of clubs available at KAS for students to be getting involved in. From subject based clubs to sports to bands and choirs, there is never a dull moment. While we are always on the lookout for activities that we think your children will enjoy and are proud to be currently offering nearly 40 clubs in 30 different areas of interest, such as football, book-designing, problem solving, performing arts, art, sewing, gymnastics, street dance, touch-typing, table tennis, DT and cookery.  This extensive provision comes with an important reminder: we could book our children into exciting lessons and clubs every day if we chose to – but it is important to remember that there is beauty in allowing children the time to be bored, to not be organised by adults and instead to have an opportunity to create their own entertainment either alone or with friends!

Instrumental and LAMDA Lessons

Instrumental lessons for a wide range of instruments, music theory and voice are offered through peripatetic music teachers. Students have these lessons before or after school or come out of their lessons. Our LAMDA teachers, Tammy Cornish and Jacquelynn Poole, offer lessons which can be taken one-to-one, in pairs or as a group. Lessons are usually 35 minutes long and charged for in advance.

These are not included in the school fees. To book private lessons or find out more information complete the application form here.

Lower school students wearing costumes

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