Life at Arnold Lodge School is enhanced by a diverse range of clubs and trips held throughout the year for children of all ages.
From a Reception class day trip to a farm, to residential trips later on in Lower School, children are able to establish their independence and gain new interests in a safe environment away from home.
Recent trips have included Cotswolds Wildlife Park, Ryton Pools and Compton Verney, a residential film-making experience at Folly Farm in Somerset and Belgrade.
Wide range of opportunities
We also run an exciting range of clubs and societies to encourage children to try new things, share their passions with others and to make the most of opportunities.
With many lunchtime and after school clubs – from fashion to drama, craft to karate, choir singing to Warhammer workshops and chess – the only complaint is that there is never enough time in the day.
If your child has an interest that you don’t think we cater for, we will do our best to set it up. Most clubs can be accessed free of charge, or for a nominal fee to cover the cost of materials. There is only an extra charge if a specialist outside instructor is brought in.