Extra-Curricular Activities


At LEH we aim to provide you with a wide array of opportunities to develop your talents, skills and interests beyond the confines of the classroom. Our extra-curricular provision is quite deliberately wide-ranging, demanding, enriching and inspiring. There are many types of clubs and socieities you can join, as well as interests you can pursue, outside of the classroom. We aim to have something to cater for every taste, including rewarding activities where you can contribute to the wider life of the school and local community. 

At LEH, sportswomen, thespians, musicians and artists are also to be seen mentoring GCSE students, leading rousing debates, programming and building robots, raising the school's awareness of vital global issues and taking difficult political stances as an MUNer, as well as developing their academic passions in the many fun clubs which departments also offer. 

Sixth Formers often lead activities for younger students in clubs such as Feminist Society, Drama, STEM and languages.

Clubs and Societies

We offer a wide range of clubs and societies. Most take place during the long lunch break and, while they may vary from year to year, may include activities as varied as Scrabble, science, robotics, chess, debating, German, geography, classics, a variety of sports, Inclusion Club, Pride Club, Eco Squad and Amnesty International.

A place of possibilities

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Other Activities

There is a flourishing Service Volunteers group which, with Hampton School, organises events for the elderly and for disabled young people; the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is available at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels; Young Enterprise groups operate in the sixth form and LEH School runs the local CCF contingent with students from LEH, Hampton School and Hampton High participating. 

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    School Trips

    The school is keen to extend the education we offer beyond the classroom, and there are numerous school trips during the course of the academic year, including some that are residential.

    All pupils in Year 7 take part in a Team Building residential within the first term, giving them a chance to mix and make friends outside of the classroom. Residential trips include an annual ski trip; Year 8 have the opportunity to go on a study trip to France, Germany or Spain during the summer term and there is a regular exchange to Konstanz for those studying German at GCSE level. During GCSE studies, the French Department offers an exchange programme to a school in Paris and Spanish pupils are offered a study trip to Salamanca. For A Level French students there is a Sixth Form study trip to Nice. There have been geography visits to Iceland and the Azores and classical trips to Italy and Greece. History of Art trips have been organised to Italy and the Sixth Form Politics students recently went to Washington DC. Sixth Form students may be able to participate in work experience in France and Germany.

    There are regular theatre and concert trips to London venues and the school makes good use of London museums and galleries to augment teaching.

    House Events

    The House system also provides many opportunities not only to showcase your talents and interests, but also to develop new skills, and work with students in different years throughout the school. We want every pupil to contribute positively to their House, not only through active participation in House events but also by supporting others in developing their interests, further developing our culture of mutual respect and support. 

    It's not just about being competitive either; House lunches, House concerts and House fundraising events are also a valuable part of Senior School life. 

    students singing together wearing yellow ribbons for their House


    Wider Community

    Each year the School supports a different charity chosen by pupils. Forms and other groups organise fund-raising activities which raise in the region of £15,000 annually for the school's chosen charity and other organisations. The chosen charity for 2023-2024 is SPEAR, whose mission is to enable people experiencing homelessness in South and West London to find secure accommodation and work towards a positive future.