Clubs are open to all pupils, with exceptional facilities, experienced teaching staff and a well-qualified support team to assist with cutting edge pre-habilitative work, recovery, strength and conditioning and psychology. All children are given every chance to better their performances in their chosen arenas.Read More
Scouting or the Scout Movement is a movement with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival skills that aims to support children in their physical, mental, and spiritual development so that they may play constructive roles in society.
Cookery club is done on Tuesday afternoon. In our dedicated cookery room our children get to explore a variety of cooking experiences. The children get fully involved and take great enjoyment from the mixing, rolling and cutting.
At Kinderwold, we believe that football is more than just a game. We believe it to be something that can bring people together and teach important values that can be taken into everyday life.
Robotics offers students a project-based learning opportunity through an engineering design process. The club will meet twice a week after school from October to the end of April to research, design, and construct a VEX robot, an ROV underwater robot (Remote Operated Vehicle).
The Art Club focuses on the expression and the qualitative preoccupation of its members, with various creative activities, promoting, thus, the expression and creativity, and the enhancement of imagination. Many people usually use the term 'art' to refer exclusively to the art of painting.
Members are taught skills like using well selected words of encouragement, evidence of willingness to help and promotion of confidence by demonstration of competence.
Debate is an upcoming club with enormous potential for both the members and the society. It gives a forum for students to express their views and ideas about topical issues. It sharpens intellectual capacity, by improving decision making ability, creativity and critical thinking. Members also develop the art of good public speaking.