Kenilworth School and Sixth Form

Extra Curricular activities

Students are encouraged to participate in a wide range of extra curricular activities.
In Year 12, students choose from the following enrichment activities:
Duke of Edinburgh

The DofE award involves completing a series of sections.  Volunteering - working in the community helping with a charity or youth group. 

Physical - time to get out and do some sport 

Skill - learn a new skill like cookery or driving.

Volunteer - Volunteer at a local charity 

Expedition - go out on an expedition.  At bronze the expedition is in the local area and the Cotswolds.  At Silver they venture to the Peak District and Lond Mynd.  At Gold students plan their own expedition.  Past locations have included the River Spey, River Tay, Loch Sheil, The Dordorgne, Snowdonia, The Cairngorms.  Many paddle but the mode of transport is up to you.  

Residential - at gold you also have to complete a residential.  5 days away in a residential setting.  In the past students have helped repair railways and canals, spent a week photographing deer, rebuilt an orpanage in Kenya, done a tour of Fiji....the opportunities are endless.  

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Music- Sixth Form band, Sixth Form Choir (male and female), School orchestra
Sport- Team and recreational
Student magazine
USU- (Charity work)
Young Enterprise
In Year 13 students are still encouraged to take part in these activities and they can also stand for election for various positions in the Student Council.
Students can also take part in the Debating society and represent the school in public speaking competitions.