A King Edward’s education is a rounded education. Here, young people discover skills, talents and enthusiasms they never knew they had. Through our rich co-curricular programme, pupils broaden their horizons. They learn that they are multifaceted individuals, capable of excelling in unexpected ways.
There’s space on our 100-acre site for as much sport, arts, drama, research, technology and creativity as a young person could wish for. Our co-curricular programme offers outlets for mind, body and spirit. From the Café Scientifique to boxing fitness, from chess to yoga, and from cookery to Duke of Edinburgh awards, there really is something for everyone.
We also give pupils a chance to see the world through European language trips, visits to cities, such as Berlin and New York, and more adventurous expeditions such as those we recently took to Russia, Iceland and India.
Co-curricular activities are integral to our educational approach. Developing new interests and acquiring new skills doesn’t just increase a young person’s confidence, it sets them up for a lifetime of self-discovery and intellectual fulfilment.
King Edward’s is delighted to announce the appointment of Surrey and England cricketer Rikki Clarke as our new Head of Cricket. Rikki played a key role as Surrey secured the County Championship title in 2018, has scored over 17,750 runs and taken nearly 800 wickets during his career. He has also represented England on over...