Lambrook’s extra-curricular options go from strength to strength and opportunities for our pupils have exploded over the past few years.

Clubs and Activities 

Clubs tend to happen before or after school and activity sessions are timetabled into the school day. Both offer multiple opportunities for our pupils continue to complement their academic studies. Just some of these clubs and activities include, Farming, Bee Keeping, Mountain Biking, Fencing, Judo, Karate, Film Making, Squash, Scuba Diving, Mini Masterchef, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Golf (on our 9 hole course), Polo, Skiing, Swimming, Tennis, Community Service, Horse Riding, Life Saving, Survival, Debating and Public Speaking.


CARPE – Lambrook’s new Co-Curricular Programme 

CARPE is unique to Lambrook; our pupils take part in a range of co-curricular activities, relating to the Community, Arts, Recreation, Pioneering and the Environment.

Pupils are able to choose which activities that they would like to take part in. It could be visiting a local Care Home, being part of our House Singing Competition, representing Lambrook at a sport, being involved in a charity event, going on a school residential – all sections aim to broaden the experiences already on offer to our pupils, as well as giving opportunities to try something new. Think Duke of Edinburgh, but for Prep School; both individually and as part of a team, pupils will work towards their Bronze (Years 3 & 4), Silver (Years 5 & 6) and Gold (Years 7 & 8) Awards, as they move further up the School.


The School offers trips for all year groups, and has recently taken pupils to various destinations, including Sweden, France, Italy, Iceland, Somerset, Dorset, South Africa and the Isle of Wight. Each excursion has equipped pupils with multiple transferable skills and has provided valuable opportunities to teach pupils about the world in which they live.