Pupils enjoy an extensive range of co-curricular activities together. There is a wide choice of societies and clubs for the pupils to choose from, as well as varied opportunities provided within the school’s music, art, drama and sports departments. Pupil-led societies develop leadership skills as well as enable pupils to develop as confident public speakers. Programmes within the campus are also complemented by trips to the theatre, concerts, charitable events and visits to museums and galleries. As pupils move through the school, so they have more choices in the activities available, acquiring interests, enjoyment and skills from an extraordinary range of diverse experiences.

Pupils are expected to actively engage in CWS’s varied co-curricular programme, known as GPS (Global Positioning System), which is not just a component of the school day, but runs throughout the lunch-time, after class, evenings and weekends.