Boarders reap the benefits

Signings for St Swithun’s co-curricular activities have been enthusiastically made this second week back at school after the summer break. There are 48 after-school activities on offer this term which include technology workshop, orienteering, polo, squash, genealogy and even New Zealand cookery.

Boarders have latched onto the benefits of gardening club and spent the first week harvesting the many raspberries, tomatoes, courgettes, beans, leeks, onions and sweet-peas planted earlier in the year.

Housekeeping in the form of weeding has not been forgotten to ready the ground for new varieties.














Co-curricular activities at St Swithun’s have continued to increase in number and in variety.

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