"A day of lessons is great but it's also good to know that fencing is coming up after school."

Where curiosity is cultivated

Ned, 10, Fleuries

“Chess is a game that involves a lot of thinking and it teaches you to be patient as well. I think it kind of helps me in my lessons as well.”

The Westminster ethos encourages pupils to pursue a healthy, rounded lifestyle, making the most of their existing talents but also exploring new ideas and opportunities.

To that end we offer a variety of activities that sit outside of the formal curriculum, allowing our boys to widen their interests, make new friends and develop additional skills. These include things such as Fencing, Judo, Chess, LAMDA, Karate, Indoor Cricket, Cookery, Bridge and Swimming, and are run by a combination of expert teaching staff and outside specialists.

Boys may also be involved in a number of musical, dramatic, or sporting activities, some of which involve practice time outside of normal school hours as well as occasional evening matches or performances.

"Learning to fence is so fun and unusual, it feels like you're in a film or something, I love it"

"Winning the national final was amazing, we all felt so proud."

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