Co-Curricular Clubs & School Trips

Co-Curricular Clubs and School Trips

The Gregg Prep extends learning beyond the classroom with school trips for each year group and an interesting variety of co-curricular clubs and activities.

Co-Curricular Clubs

At The Gregg Preparatory School we believe that extra-curricular activities are very important in educating the whole child. Each term the clubs are changed to add variety – suggestions often coming from the children themselves through our School Council.

Our Clubs run from 3.30pm to 4.30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Co-curricular Activities include:

  • Art and Craft
  • Textiles
  • Football
  • Cricket
  • Music and Movement
  • Choir
  • Dance
  • Board Games
  • Lego
  • Digital Art
  • Photography
  • Harry Potter
  • Gardening
  • Adventure
  • Make-It
  • Computing
  • Puzzle and Problem Solving
  • STEM
  • First Aid
  • Pupil Leadership

School Trips

We believe in extending the children’s view of the world beyond the classroom. Each term The Gregg Prep pupils experience exciting and memorable trips outside of school. 

Along with day trips to scientific and historical sites, we encourage Key Stage 2 pupils to take part in residential trips, fostering early independence and a thirst for adventure and exploration.

At The Gregg Preparatory School, we believe that experiencing school trips are a valuable addition to the curriculum as they enhance the children's learning. Each form goes out termly on a trip related to the English, Science, Geography or History topic they are studying for that term and we organise whole-school theatre trips.

In the Summer Term, our Forms 5 and 6 have the opportunity to go on residential trips. Examples of day trips and residentials include:

  • Fishbourne Roman Palace
  • Longdown Activity Farm
  • The Hillier Gardens
  • Woodmill Activity Centre
  • The New Forest Wildlife Park
  • iFly
  • Itchen Valley Country Park
  • Southampton Common
  • Paultons Park
  • Pinkmead Riding Stables
  • Osmington Bay
  • Ferny Crofts
  • Sea City Museum
  • The Weald and Downland Museum