Our extra-curricular programme is tailored to your interests – meaning you get to experience new exciting activities, have fun and make good friends.
SPORTS & ARTS:
We run over 20 different activities each week – from sport clubs to academic and self-development activities, all of which are great for your university application. We encourage all of our students to join in with their peers and have fun, be it Debating, Chess, Meditation or Reading club.
(e.g. paintballing, bowling, ice skating)
Drop everything and read book club
We encourage you to take part in a range of academic competitions including science Olympiads, maths challenges or business competitions, and to make use of our links with professional experts from organisations including Siemens and National Bank of Australia. These opportunities make you stand out in university applications, by developing important personal skills including independence, critical thinking, team working and leadership.
Academic activities include:
UK Maths Trust challenge,
Economics book club,
Mathematics and computing club
CATS Boston exchange programme
CATS London participates in an annual exchange with our CATS campus located in Boston, USA. Through this exchange you are able to experience everything the academic and cosmopolitan city of Boston has to offer, as well as meeting new students from around the world, and partaking in activities and lessons on campus.
CATS London magazine,
SOCIAL & PERSONAL:
Cultural and international evenings
Our students regularly organise international evenings where you can celebrate and learn about the rich mix of cultures we have at CATS, involving presentations, music, games, national dress, food and fun.
The art of being yourself,
Language exchange club,
Trips all over the world
Our trips allow you to explore new cities and embrace other cultures, while also complementing your classroom learning by applying it to real-world experiences. Recent trips have included an Art visit to Berlin (Germany), Cambridge, and the Warner Bros studios to see the Harry Potter Exhibition.
At CATS London we are committed to raising money for our chosen charity, United World Schools (UWS) who create educational opportunities for children living in the world’s poorest regions. You can get involved in brainstorming, organising and undertaking a range of fundraising events.