Co-Curricular

Great importance is placed on balancing academic work with interests and achievements outside the classroom and every pupil is encouraged to become fully involved in School life, to challenge themselves and to try something new. This involvement helps to produce interesting, well-rounded individuals who will contribute to society in life beyond school.

A varied programme of co-curricular activities is produced each term, designed to offer something for everyone. Recent examples of activities include

Clubs held at lunchtimes and after school:

  • Young Einsteins
  • Club Artiste
  • Sewing Bee
  • Horrible Histories
  • Cookery
  • Computer
  • Jackanory
  • Maths
  • Library
  • Construction
  • Musical Theatre Performing

Sports available at lunchtimes and after school:

  • Fit Kids Yoga
  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Cricket
  • Table Tennis
  • Hockey
  • Archery 
  • Basketball
  • Balanceability
  • Multi-sports
  • Zumba Atomic

Music can be studied in individual instrumental or vocal lessons, and pupils can also join Junior Choir, the Longdon Ensemble, Junior Flute Group or Junior Strings.

These, combined with rehearsals for dramatic productions and practice sessions for English Speaking Board examinations, endure that every child has the opportunity to try something new or develop existing interests in a supportive, inclusive environment.

Lichfield Cathedral School by Numbers

3 School libraries
1 Grade Listing of The Palace
1953 Year the School took over the Bishop’s Palace
30 Tons of gravel used on The Palace drive