No Limits Week was a busy week for our Lower School pupils, with clubs ranging from Volleyball to Film Club, Badminton, Bridge and Drone Club. Josh Bartholomew reports on an action-packed week of extra-curricular activities:
Hampton’s younger pupils spent their lunchtimes in the last week of the previous half-term testing the diverse array of extra-curricular opportunities that the School has to offer in the inaugural No Limits Week.
One such opportunity is the chance to attend Mythology Club, where young Classicists explore the vast breadth of the Ancient World beyond the curriculum, in which 1st and 2nd year boys study Latin.
No Limits Week required Hamptonians from the First, Second and Third Year to fill a card of new activities, intended to show pupils some of the diverse and vibrant clubs Hampton offers.
Josh Hood, 2W, made the most of all the clubs Hampton has to offer and thoroughly enjoyed all his new experiences:
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No Limits Week was an excellent opportunity to discover new hobbies, meet new friends and make the most of Hampton’s clubs. I managed to try drone-flying, table tennis, indoor rowing and Hampton Sports Chronicle. I loved every minute of them and uncovered many new interests that I had never thought of as appealing before.