Beyond The Desk
At Saint Felix School, we believe that education extends beyond the classroom, fostering a holistic approach to our students’ development. Our extensive co-curricular activity opportunities allow every individual to explore and excel. These activities complement our academic curriculum and provide a platform for students to discover their passions, develop new skills, and create lifelong memories. Whether individual or team sports, games, performing arts, or music, our vibrant co-curricular scene empowers students to broaden their horizons and become well-rounded individuals.
Laying A Foundation
Purpose: To establish a strong foundation for holistic student development.
Throughout their time at school, students can participate in engaging activities which help them develop essential life skills, such as teamwork, leadership, communication, creativity, and problem-solving. For our youngest pupils, much of this is achieved through play and guided discovery, with pupils having opportunities to engage in more structured activities such as additional Forest School sessions and Robotics and Coding. Whatever their age, the co-curricular programme at Saint Felix School allows our pupils and students to grow intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically.
Providing Broad Experiences
Purpose: To ensure that our pupils and students are able to fully explore their passions and interests, enabling them to identify their talents.
We encourage our students to participate in a broad range of activities throughout their time at the school. Every student is unique, with their own interests and passions. A broad co-curricular programme allows students to explore and develop their talents in various areas, from arts and sports to STEM and community service. With the introduction of the Forest School into the Prep School curriculum and an expanding programme of outdoor and adventurous activities, Saint Felix students can both enjoy and benefit from the beautiful rural and coastal environment in which the school is situated.