PAST PROGRAMMES

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Study Centre Programme Spring 2009

JANUARY

11th    Kelston Question Time. A panel of experts answer your questions and give opinions on topical issues of the day.

18th   The Study Centre Discussion. Giacomo Tortora, engineer with the McLaren team, gives a presentation on what makes Formula One ground-breaking.

25th    Intensive Study Day from 10am till 9pm, with football at the usual time. Most leaders will be away on a training course. 

 Kelston is open for private study each day, but especially on Wednesday late afternoons and all day on Saturday. Pick up the form for the spring retreat from 20-22nd February.

FEBRUARY

1tst     All-American Day. Special meal and entertainment, with Super Bowl XLII from Tampa Bay for those who can stay over to watch the match live.

8th     The Study Centre Discussion. Dominic Trevett recalls his coast to coast cycle ride last summer from WashingtonDC to Seattle.

15th   Chinese Spring Festival. Students from Netherhall talk of their homeland, followed by a special meal to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

22nd   Annual Kelston Retreat at Wickenden Manor. Leave Friday 8pm and back at Kelston at 6pm. Evening Civilisation programme on DVD.

Kelston will be raising funds to complete the 25-year Expansion Project. Put your names forward now to register for the Brighton Cycle Ride in June.

MARCH

1st      The Study Centre Discussion. Mark Blackwell, psychiatrist, speaks of his professional career.

8th      Pre-University Seminars. Alistair Lobo, a business results consultant, leads the first of a two-part seminar: Finding and Following your Purpose.

15th   Soap Box. Kelston’s own speakers’ corner, where everyone is invited to get up on the box and express an opinion on a subject of his choice and defend it before a heckling crowd.

22nd   Pre-University Seminars. Alistair Lobo gives the second of the two-part seminar: Speaking in Public and Self-confidence.

29th   Light-hearted Team Challenge. Teams will solve problems, undertake tasks and answer questions on music, sport and current affairs.

APRIL

5th      Music Appreciation Session. Select two songs, one a favourite and the other something more challenging. Each is introduced and played, with opinions given by everyone at the end.

Seniors Programme Spring 2009

JANUARY

10th      Take part in the verbal rough and tumble of a Balloon Debate as you argue your case for survival.

17th      Puzzled?  An evening of puzzles and mind bogglers to test your initiative and ingenuity.

24th      No club today, as most leaders will be attending a training course in Cheshire.

31st      Ice Skating in Streatham.  Leave at 2.15pm. Bring a travel card, 8 and a pair of gloves.  Regular activities will take place in the evening.

FEBRUARY

7th     An introduction to Chinese culture to celebrate the Chinese New Year.  Our guest speaker, Stephen Tsang, speaks about life and culture in modern day China.

14th    Feature film. Sit back and enjoy a recent blockbuster on the big screen.

Those who wish to come for extra private study can come to the Study Club on Wednesday afternoons after school from 4 till 7pm.

21st   The spring seniors five-a-side football competition at a local sports centre. Bring along kit and 4.  Friends are welcome to take part.  Regular activities in the evening.

28th   The Design Project.  Learn the ‘ins and outs’ of designing a building. Then put the theory into practice as you attempt to redesign Kelston.

MARCH

7th      Art-themed Evening.  Discover the great artists of history and put some of their techniques into practice as you create your own work of art.

14th   Music Appreciation Evening.  Introduce others to a song you like.  Everyone has the chance to give their opinion and vote.

21st   Chess Challenge.  Battle your way up the ranks as you endeavour to become the Chess Champion of Kelston.

28th    Kelston Film Productions presents: Kelston Comedy.  Rehearse, film and watch your sketches all in an evening.

APRIL

4th      Pitch and Putt in Morden Park.  Leave at 2:30pm and bring 4.  Regular activities in the evening.

Juniors Programme Spring 2009

JANUARY

10th   Senses Competition. The ideal start to the term after the Christmas holidays to get your taste buds working again (- we will not be tasting Brussels sprouts this time!).

17th    2009 News Forecast. Join our team of special reporters broadcasting to the world the major events that will happen this year.

24th    No club today, as most leaders will be attending a training course in Cheshire.

31st    Marathon Art Morning. Your artistic talent will be tested to the full today when you confront three different forms of plastic art. At the end we will have a very special auction of the ‘works of art’ produced.

FEBRUARY

7th     Feature Film. We will watch a recently released family blockbuster, where rumour has it robots feature predominantly.

14th   The Puppet Show. A chance for your favourite puppets to perform on the specially erected Kelston stage.

21st   Excursion to Chislehurst Caves. Have you ever experienced total darkness? Don’t miss this opportunity! Bring 4, a zones 1-6 travel card and packed lunch. Back at 3.00pm.

28th   Build a Bridge in an Hour Competition. Design, build and test a straw bridge with a one-hour time limit.

MARCH

7th      Galaxy Quest. Kelston’s lounge will be transformed into a different universe for a very special multimedia team quiz.

14th   The annual NBC 5-a-side Football Tournament. Get a team of friends together to enter the competition. Entry forms with full details will be available from early February

21st   .Spring Grand Prix. Another chance to use your precision-point driving skills around the Kelston Scalextric track.

28th   Egg Descent Challenge. One egg, three-storey height, and only one drop. May the best parachute (and alternative device) win!

APRIL

4th      The traditional End of Term Show. Music, sketches, jokes, magic and much more (depending on your talents). We will watch a slide show of this term’s events. Younger brothers of 8 and above are welcome today.
 
Study Centre Programme Summer 2009

APRIL

26th    Pre-university Seminars. Alistair Lobo gives the second of the two-part seminar: Speaking in Public and Self-confidence.

MAY

3rd      Table-topic toastmaster speeches over coffee and mints after the evening meal.

10th   The Study Centre Discussion. Shaun Trust speaks on 17th Century English Civil War battle re-enactments; Roundheads versus Cavaliers.

17th   An evening of Inspiration. A team game to provide a convincing question to a given answer.

24th   The Hollywood Experience. Big screen projection of a recent blockbuster.

31st   Volleyball game in the evening sunshine out on the common.

JUNE

7th      The Study Centre Discussion. Expert from the Disney Studios opens the lid on computer game programming. 

14th    Evening ultimate Frisbee game out on the common, followed by ice cream sundaes on the grass.

21st   The Annual London to Brighton Fundraising Cycle Ride. This year is important since the final expansion works in Kelston are scheduled. Comedy sketches on video in the evening.

28th   Day excursion to Harrison’s Rocks in Tunbridge Wells after a lunch at Cosmo Oriental Restaurant in the Spa town. Bring money for meal and minibus travel.

JULY

5th      Barbecue for all the family at Kelston, starting at 2 and going on till 6pm. Bring along food and drink to contribute to the fare.

12th   End of term barbecue for members and recent Kelstonians, with a special football game in the afternoon.

Seniors Programme Summer 2009

APRIL

25th      Art Creativity Evening. We will choose regular activities today.

MAY

2nd      Kelston Classic Film Club presents ‘Twelve Angry Men’. If you cannot unravel the evidence before the jury can, then just sit back and enjoy watching it happen.

9th      Join the Roundheads or the Cavaliers for Shaun Trust’s re-enactment of the English Civil War.

16th   Crane Building Competition. Your challenge is to design and build the crane that can support a given weight from the furthest distance.

23rd   All-day excursion to Oxford to see the sights and go punting on the river. Bring 7 and a packed lunch. Be here at 10am.

30th   Arrive at 10.30am with your bicycle and a packed lunch for a morning cycle ride. Otherwise, come as usual and take your seat for the FA Cup Final on the big screen. Football on the common afterwards.

JUNE

6th      Take first base for this evening’s softball match on Wandsworth Common.

13th   Afternoon Tennis Competition. Bring 3, a racquet and tennis balls if you have them. Regular activities in the evening.

20th   An expert in karate and other martial arts is our guest speaker this evening.

27th    Volleyball match on the common.

JULY

4th      All-day excursion to Beachy Head on the south coast. Arrive by 10am with 5, a packed lunch and your swimming gear.

Barbecue for all the family at Kelston on Sunday 5th, starting at 2pm and going on till 6pm. Bring along food and drink to contribute to the fare. 19-25th July for the summer camp to the Lake District.

11th   Snake Surprise. Slither into the lounge for a get-together with Ted Wade about snakes and the chance to hold some of these amazing creatures.

Juniors Programme Summer 2009

APRIL

25th    Kelston Western Movie Productions: Sample films. Today we will watch a selection of clips. A chance to get ideas for our own movie, to be filmed in a fortnight.

MAY

2nd     KWM Productions: Props. All your artistic skills will be needed to make the props for next week’s filming session.

9th     KWM Productions: Shooting. Lights, camera, action! Everything is now ready for the filming of an epic western. Don’t miss taking part!

16th   Premiere of the Kelston Western. Actors and their friends are invited to watch. Afterwards we will play softball out on the common.

23rd   Miniature Medieval Town. Help model part of a medieval village. A virtual tour of the finished work will be uploaded onto the Kelston website.

28th-31st The Kelston Summer Camp from Thursday till Sunday at High Ashurst outdoor activity centre. Pick up full details and come along.

JUNE

6th      Get the engines revving for a very special Juniors Summer Grand Prix. The 4-car digital Scalextric will be fully operational on a revamped track.

 13th    A big breakfast might be needed for today’s Juniors Team Challenge. Teamwork essential in order to succeed in these outdoor challenges.

20th    Summer 2-Sports Day. Two completely different ball games in a morning. We will alternate between cricket and volleyball out on the common.

27th    By popular demand, an excursion to the Coral Reef, Bracknell’s water world. Bring 7, a packed lunch, and swimming gear. We will be back at 5pm.

JULY

4th     Following last year’s successful day, we will hold the second Kelston Juniors Frisbee-football Tournament. There will be fun prizes for the winners.

Barbecue for all the family at Kelston on Sunday 5th, starting at 2pm and going on till 6pm. Bring along food and drink to contribute to the fare.

 11th   The summer term finishes in the traditional way with an It’s A Knockout competition. Bring sports kit and get ready for fun with water balloons.
 
Seniors Programme Autumn 2009

Sept 12th  Evening softball on the common.

Sept 19th  The Trading Game. The art of trading in a fun setting.

Sept 26th   Evening balloon debate.

Oct 3rd      Mini-excursion to Richmond Park for pitch n putt. 

Oct 10th    New Activity Projects.

Oct 17th    Arts activity to create an animation board.

Oct 24th    Feature Film.

Oct 31st    Today’s sport is Ultimate Frisbee, then chess.

Nov 7th     Activity Projects

Nov 13th  - 15th Weekend Away. This may be replaced due to fire security works on the pheasantry.

Nov 21st   Origami. Everything from aeroplanes to frogs.

Nov 28th   Today’s sport is touch rugby. Activity Projects

Dec 5th     Activity Projects.

Dec 12th   No Seniors today. Family Christmas Evening.

Dec 19th   Seniors Christmas Party.
 
 
Juniors Programme Autumn 2009

Sept 12th  Kelston Book of Records. Check the web site for current records.

Sept 19th Coral Reef, Bracknell. 7, trunks, towel, lunch. 10am to 4pm.

Sept 26th Water Rockets Competition. Build then launch on the common.

Oct 3rd    World Collage Design. Individual drawings joined into one.

Oct 10th   Feature Film. Top family release shown on the big screen.

Oct 17th   Acting Morning. Action scenes from last week’s film re-enacted.

Oct 23rd - 25th  Pheasantry Weekend will not take place due to fire security works on the building. Car Challenge in the club.

Oct 31st   Ghostly Props and Disguises. Be ready to scare and amuse.

Nov 7th      Board Game Marathon. Team changes around on the whistle.

Nov 14th  The 10th Kelston Fun Fair. 3 entry. Over-8s welcome.

Nov 21st  Build a Tower in an Hour. Limited materials to make a tall tower.

Nov 28th  Kelston Action Quiz Game. Indoor team game with luck and skill.

Dec 5th    Ice Skating at local Ice Rink. 8, lunch, coat, gloves. Back 3pm.

Dec 12th  Christmas Party and Parents Evening. Details in November.
 
 
 Seniors Programme Spring 2010
 
 For 13-15 year olds, Saturdays 2pm to 6.30pm

January

Saturday 9th

Activity Projects. Choose your project for the term and join the planning session to find your role in completing the projects by Easter.

Saturday 16th

Compete within a team in a two-part bridge engineering challenge, taking computer design to construction.

Saturday 23rd

Ice-skating excursion to the Streatham Ice Rink. We will leave at 2.15pm and you should bring 8.

Saturday 30th

Activity Project Session. If you are unable to make this session, inform the leaders in advance so that a substitute is found for your role.

February

Saturday 6th

The Movie Experience. Showing of a classic film on the big screen that has stood the test of time.

Saturday 13th

Activity Project Session. If you are unable to make this session, inform the leaders in advance so that a substitute is found for your role.

During half-term there will be a sketching trip to the National Gallery. Register your interest with a leader.

Saturday 20th

The Left-Right Brain Team Challenge. Test your logical and creative skills in a range of mind puzzles, charades and conundrums.

Saturday 27th

A game of Frisbee on the common followed by the activity projects. 

March

Saturday 6th

Activity Project Session. If you are unable to make this session, inform the leaders in advance so that a substitute is found for your role.

Friday 12th  to Sunday 14th

Weekend Trip to Somerset. Staying at the Campbell Room in the Quantock Hills. Look out for a separate information sheet with full details.

Saturday 20th

The Explosive Impact of Avatar. Stephen Tsang is the guest speaker who will illustrate how the film Avatar changes the future of cinema.

Saturday 27th

The final session for the Activity Projects when each group presents their work to the others. Followed by a photo and video show of the term.

      
Juniors Programme Spring 2010

January

Saturday 9th

News Forecast. Predict and report the top stories of the new decade on video.

Saturday 16th

Senses Competition. Team challenge where more than common sense is needed.

Saturday 23rd

Family Feature Film on the big screen. After the film, scenes will be selected for next week’s activity.

Saturday 30th

Acting Morning. The re-enactment of the chosen scenes from last week’s film.

February

Saturday 6th

Multimedia Quiz. Test your knowledge on Kelston. Maybe best to study the Kelston website, www.kelston.org.uk, beforehand.

Saturday 13th

Day excursion to the Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, with a special mission on the way… Bring 1-3 zones travel card and a packed lunch. Leaving at 10am and back at 4pm.

Saturday 20th

Puppet Show. Bring any puppet you may have and add it to the Kelston collection to perform on the specially built stage.

Saturday 27th

Art Triathlon and Art Auction. Make 3 works of art using the 3 materials supplied, and try to convince others to ‘buy’ them.

March

Saturday 6th

Scalextrics Grand Prix. A very special race on the new digital track.

Saturday 13th

Egg Decent. Build a landing device for your egg to fall to earth unbroken.

Saturday 20th

NBC Soccer Tournament. Team entry forms will be available.

Saturday 27th

End of Term Show. Sketches, music, slides and videos of the term.

Club Mentoring For Juniors and Seniors, all members will be assigned a leader or helper for fortnightly mentoring. This will be an informal short conversation on how they are benefiting from Kelston and offering help and motivation in their studies and personal development.

Wednesday Study Club The Study Club is for members of all ages. Come after school and stay as long as you wish to complete your homework or revision.
 
 Seniors Programme Summer 2010
 
April

Saturday 17th

Pitch and Putt Golf at Palewell Common. Depart at 11am; bring 5 & a packed lunch. Choose activity projects in the get together once we get back.

Saturday 24th

Activity projects take place in the afternoon.

May

Saturday 1st

Take part in the summer balloon debate before the General Election.

Saturday 8th

Activity projects take place in the afternoon.

Saturday 15th

The FA Cup Final on the big screen, with our match out on the common beforehand. Charades in the get together.

Saturday 22nd

All-Day Excursion to the New Forest and beach. Bring 7, packed lunch, & swim gear. Non-swimmers will visit Christchurch Abbey.

Saturday 29th

Our afternoon classic feature film is ‘Chariots of Fire’, the story of British gold medals at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris.

June

Saturday 5th

Activity projects take place in the afternoon.

Saturday 12th

Join a morning cycle ride to Richmond Park, or just come at the usual time. The Egg Descent takes place after football. We will show England’s first World Cup match v. USA at 7.30pm, for those who can stay.

Saturday 19th

Activity projects take place in the afternoon.

Saturday 26th

Public Mass for the feast of St Josemaria in the morning. Tennis competition in the afternoon. Bring a racquet if you have one, and 3.50.

July

Saturday 3rd

Activity projects take place in the afternoon.

Saturday 10th

All-Day excursion to Seven Sisters and Seaford. Depart at 10am. Bring 7 and a packed lunch. Come prepared for a cliff-top walk and optional swim.

Saturday 17th

Final Activity Project Session. Each group will display their project results.
 
Juniors Programme Summer 2010
 
April

Saturday 17th

Gangster Movie Productions: Scripting. Today we will watch a gangster film and at the end discuss ideas for our own production.

Saturday 24th

Gangster Movie Productions: Prop-making. Preparing all the props for next week’s filming session.

May

Saturday 1st

Gangster Movie Productions: Shooting. Everything will be ready for another Juniors’ film production. Make sure you are part of it.

Saturday 8th

Premiere of the Gangster Movie with an awards ceremony. Beforehand, we will go on the traditional May pilgrimage to a local shrine of Our Lady.

Saturday 15th

Kelston Factor. A variety of mind games and challenges to test your abilities, with a paper plane competition thrown in.

Saturday 22nd

Engineering Challenge. A team engineering competition today, but keep an eye open for any cranes for inspiration!

Saturday 29th May to Tuesday 1st June

The Kelston Juniors’ Summer Camp at High Ashurst Outdoor Activity Centre in Dorking. Pickup full details on a separate sheet or on the Web.

June

Saturday 5th

World Cup Warm-up. Watch videos of top World Cup goals, make predictions for winners, and a skills and penalty-shootout competition.

Saturday 12th

Summer Sports Day. Following the success of last year’s event, we will hold another dual session of cricket and volleyball.

Saturday 19th

Laser Quest in Croydon, by popular demand! Leave at 10am and back at 1pm. Bring 5 and a travel card, or money for the train.

Saturday 26th

All the family are invited to the Public Mass of St Josemaria in central London in the morning.

July

Saturday 3rd

All-Day Excursion to Box Hill. Leaving at 10am and back at 4pm. Bring a packed lunch, rough clothes and 4.40 for the train.

Saturday 10th

Frisbee-football Competition. This will be the third annual tournament, aiming to match the action in tomorrow’s World Cup Final.

Saturday 17th

It’s-a-Knockout Competition. Get ready for fun with water balloons! Bring sports clothes to get wet.

Spring 2013

Study Centre         For 15-25 year olds Sun 2.30-9pm

Sunday 13th January
Team Challenge. Teams are given instant, light-hearted challenges to perform or achieve under a time constraint.

Sunday 20th January
Recollection at 2.30pm, so no football. The Kelston Debate. This house believes that the bicycle is the transport of the future.

Sunday 27th January
'"Does God Exist? Apparently Not" (St.Thomas Aquinas)' A discussion of the two chief arguments - seven hundred years ago and today - for not believing in God: that the world is evil and that we can explain everything by e.g. science. Christopher Martin, old Kelstonian and professor of philosophy in Houston, Texas, argues that today's anti-God debate was solved in God's favour many hundreds of years ago.

Sunday 3rd February
American Evening, including ‘American Diner’ meal and classic Hollywood movie. Those who wish may stay for Super Bowl XLVII starting at 11.30pm.

Sunday 10th February
Chinese New Year. Visit to The Fat Panda restaurant locally. Cost per head 10.

Fri-Sun 15th-17th February
The Annual Kelston Retreat at the Lodge, Wickenden Manor. Leaving at 8pm on the Friday and back late Sunday afternoon. Pick up a retreat form.

Sunday 24th February
Seminar on the art of reading and how to read more effectively.

Sunday 3rd March
Evening Team Quiz on current affairs and general knowledge.

Sunday 10th March
Guest Speaker. The Universe and the Night Sky - what’s out there?

Sunday 17th March
Recollection at 2.30pm. Evening Excursion - A stroll along the Thames in London.

Sunday 24th March
Top feature film fresh from its box-office success.

Mon-Sun 1st –7th April
Intensive Study Week in Thornycroft hall, Cheshire, for those taking public examinations. Cost is 155. Pick up an application form.

Seniors                        For 13-15 year olds, Sat 2-6.30pm

Saturday 12th January

Choose Activity Projects. Test your knowledge in today’s Team Quiz, including many sporting questions from 2012. 

Saturday 19th January

Special edition Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring on the big screen.
 
Saturday 26th January

This afternoon we have the first Activity Projects session.

Saturday 2nd February

Take part in Kelston’s own action-packed spoof movie ‘’The Bourne Catastrophe’.

Saturday 9th February
This afternoon we have the second Activity Projects session. Track day in the morning for those doing the R/C car activity (Kelston 10am, 5).

Saturday 16th February

The Kelston debate: This House believes that homework aids learning.  Homework ensures that pupils practise what they are taught... Homework reduces the amount of time for pupils to do other activities... - which side are you on?

Sunday 17th, a special trip to Stock Car Racing at Wimbledon stadium. Leave Kelston 4.30pm. Entrance 6 up to age 14 (13 older).

Saturday 23rd February

The Ultimate Wide Game and Forest Expedition. Depart by minibus at 10.30am heading for Leith Hill. We will be back by 6.30pm. Bring 5 and a packed lunch. 

Saturday 2nd March

Activity Projects. Assess progress at the halfway stage.  

Saturday 9th March

Activity Projects. In the get together we will play The Murder Game.  Track day in the morning for those doing the R/C car activity (Kelston 10am, 5). 

Saturday 16th March

Afternoon Excursion to visit the Cabinet War Rooms near Trafalgar Square. Leave Kelston at 2.15pm and bring money for entry and fares, or a travelcard.

Saturday 23rd March

Last Activity Projects session of the term; project presentations in the get together. 

Pheasantry trip at the end of term, from late afternoon on Maundy Thursday 28 March to the afternoon of Holy Saturday 30th.

Juniors                 For 10-12 year olds, Sat 10am-1pm

Saturday 12th January

The Egg Descent. Attempt to build an Egg Landing Vessel. 

Saturday 19th January

Sit back and enjoy today’s feature film on the big screen with surround sound. 

Saturday 26th January

Indoor Sports Challenge. Younger brothers and friends 8-plus can attend today.  

Saturday 2nd February

Ice Skating at the Guildford Spectrum. Leaving Kelston at 10.15am and returning for 3:30pm. Bring 8, gloves and a packed lunch.

Saturday 9th February

Kelston Book of Records. See the Kelston website for current records. 

Saturday 16th February

Juniors Puppet Show. Choose from an array of puppets to act out a famous story.  

Saturday 23rd February

Wide Game on Wandsworth Common. Strategic game of attack and defence. 

Saturday 2nd March

NBC 5-a-side Football Tournament. Invite friends to enter your team.

Saturday 9th March

Team Multi Media Quiz. You’ll need all your wits about you to test your mind.  

Weekend of 15th -17th March

Pheasantry Weekend. See information sheet - limited places, so book early.

Saturday 23rd March

Prepare a sketch, sing a song, do a dance or just sit back and enjoy the End of Term Show.
 

Summer 2013

Study Centre         For 15-25 year olds Sun 2.30-9pm

Sunday 21st April
Morning excursion to cheer on our fundraiser in the London Marathon. Recollection today 2-4pm. 4.30pm How Was Your Week? Professionals come to tell us what goes into their typical week. Today, Jonathan Worthington, head of NATO Intelligence. 

Sunday 28th April
An evening of Inspiration. A team game to provide a convincing question to a given answer.

Sunday 5th May
Team Quiz on general knowledge and current affairs. Teams of three compete with other teams to achieve the highest scores per round.

Sunday 12th May
Toastmaster speeches over coffee and mints after the evening meal.

Sunday 19th May
How Was Your Week? Jonathan Cobb, recently qualified pilot with Cathay Pacific.

Sunday 26th May
Chess Challenge, with cappuccinos and chocolates you bring along.  

Sunday 2nd June
Volleyball out on the common.

Sunday 9th June
Pitch and Putt Golf at Palewell Common. Depart at 2.15pm and back for some late football. Bring 5 for the golf.

Sunday 16th June
The Kelston Debate – this house believes that technology enriches life.

Sunday 23rd June
Feature film and celebrations for the feast day of St Josemaria, the founder of Opus Dei, on June 26th.

Sunday 30th June
Barbecue for all the family at Kelston, starting at 2pm and going on till 6pm. Bring al ong food and drink to contribute to the fare.

Sunday 6th July
Visit to a local restaurant with a continental theme.

Sunday 14th July
Barbecue for members and recent Kelstonians, with a special football game in the
afternoon.

Seniors                       For 13-15 year olds, Sat 2-6.30pm

Saturday 20th April
Choose Activity Projects. Bang goes the Afternoon – demonstrate a science experiment or present a piece of science that interests you… or just join in the discussion about the other presentations.

Saturday 27th April
All-day excursion to Bletchley Park. Exercise your mind on the world’s first programmable computer and the enigma machines, and your legs playing football in the parks at nearby Milton Keynes. Bring a packed lunch and 10 for petrol and entrance fees. Leave Kelston at 10.30am and back at 7.00pm.

Saturday 4th May
This afternoon we have the first Activity Projects session.

Saturday 11th May
Morning cycle ride to Richmond Park. Bring your bicycle and a packed lunch and leave at 10.30am. Back in time to watch the FA Cup final and then play football on the common.

Saturday 18th May
Activity Projects. Track day in the morning for those doing the R/C car activity (Kelston 10am, 5).

Saturday 25th May
Watch a classic Feature film on the big screen.

Saturday 1st June
All-day half-term excursion to Aylesford, Camber Sands and Rye. Bring 7, a packed lunch, a towel and trunks. Depart Kelston at 10am and back at 8pm.

Saturday 8th June
Activity Projects.  Have a go at writing a film script for next week’s film & bring it along today.

Saturday 15th June
Film-making Day. We will select the best original script out of those handed in by last Saturday. Today we will film it, and everybody can act a part.

Saturday 22nd June
Afternoon Pitch and Putt Golf at Palewell Common. Depart at 2.15pm. Bring 5.

Saturday 29th June
Activity Projects. On Sunday 30th, family barbecue 2-6pm: bring food and drink.

Saturday 6th July
Excursion to the New Forest and the sea at Southbourne. Bring 7, a packed lunch, a towel and trunks. Depart Kelston at 10am and back at 8pm.

Saturday 13th July
The final Activity Projects session of the term; project presentations in the get together. Track day in the morning for those doing the R/C car activity (Kelston 10am, 5). End of term barbecue in the garden ending at 7.30pm.


Juniors               For 10-12 year olds, Sat 10am-1pm

Saturday 20th April
Team Treasure Hunt on Wandsworth Common.

Saturday 27th April
Kelston Film Productions – scripting and casting.

Saturday 4th May
Kelston Film Productions – filming and production.

Saturday 11th May
Sit back and enjoy today’s feature film. We will also have the premiere of the latest Kelston film production.

Saturday 18th May
May pilgrimage to a local shrine of Our Lady and wide game in Richmond Park. Bring 2 for travel costs.

Saturday 25th – Tuesday 28th May
Junior Summer Camp at High Ashurst. See separate sheet for details here.

Saturday 1st June
Junior Master Chef. Ovens will be provided but bring your own ingredients, cake tin and utensils to prepare and bake your own delicious sponge cake. Or else bring a sponge cake and decorations to finish it off here. Followed by tasting session!

Saturday 8th June
Adventure Art Competition. Bring 1 to enter this adventure themed art competition.

Saturday 15th June
Softball on the common.

Saturday 22nd June
All-day excursion to Box Hill Country Park by train. Bring 6 for travel, a waterproof and a packed lunch. Leaving Kelston at 10am and returning for 4.30pm.

Saturday 29th June
No Juniors today. Families are welcome to the Mass for the feast of St.Josemaria in the morning. On Sunday 30th, family barbecue 2-6pm: bring food and drink.

Saturday 7th July
It’s-a-Knockout Competition. Get ready for fun with water balloons! Bring a towel and sports kit to get wet.

Saturday 13th July
Perform a trick, sketch, poem or song for the End of Term Show, or clap enthusiastically in the audience!
 

PROGRAMME AUTUMN 2013

Study Centre          For 15-18 year olds, Sun 2-9pm

Sunday 8th September
Light-hearted team quiz answering questions on current affairs, trivia and sports.

Sunday 15th September
Recollection from 2.30 to 4.30pm followed by football. Music Appreciation: Bring 2 songs on MP3 or CD, one a favourite, the other obscure; and offer your comments.

Sunday 22nd September
Unique opportunity to walk under Oxford Street to see the Crossrail tunnel excavations. Limited places, leaving at 2pm. Football and study later.

Sunday 29th September
Special family tea and cakes on the lawn starting at 3.30pm, but come when you like – ends 6.30pm. Everyone to bring cakes while we supply the tea.

Sunday 6th October
Classic Oscar-winning feature film in the Kelston cinema, with surround sound.

Sunday 13th October
Kelston conducts its own Question Time discussing current issues.

Sunday 20th October
Recollection from 2.30 to 4.30pm. Evening 5-a-side floodlit football. 5 per head.

Sunday 27th October
Table Topics evening, where everyone speaks on an unprepared subject.

Sunday 3rd November
Evening stroll along the Thames and watching the lights and night sky.

Sunday 10th November
Kelston versus Netherhall football match out on the common, followed by get-together where students speak about university life.

Sunday 17th November
Recollection from 2.30 to 4.30pm. How Was Your Week? Eminent filmmaker explains the daily life and challenges of a social documentary producer.

Sunday 24th November
Visit to a London restaurant, with set menu and price.

Sunday 1st December
Planning session for the Kelston Video Shorts Festival at the end of April.

Sunday 8th December
Chess and hot chocolate in the conservatory.

Sunday 15th December
Recollection from 2.30 to 4.30pm. The Annual Christmas Dinner followed by the traditional show. Places at table must be booked by the previous week.

Seniors                        For 13-15 year olds, Sat 2-6.30pm

Saturday 7th September
Choose Activity Projects for the term, and then participate in the last volleyball game of the summer. A chance to see the photos of the summer camp.

Saturday 14th September
Activity Projects, followed by a light-hearted team quiz in the get-together.

Saturday 21st September
Afternoon Pitch and Putt Golf at Morden Park. Bring 4.

Saturday 28th September
This afternoon we have the second Activity Projects session. On the Sunday, family tea and cakes on the lawn 3.30 – 6.30pm. Bring cakes!

Saturday 5th October
Bridge-building Competition. Design the strongest bridge with limited materials.

Saturday 12th October
Watch a classic Feature film on the big screen.

Saturday 19th October
Wide Game at Richmond Park. Depart at 2.15pm by minibus.

Saturday 26th October
Activity Projects. It's the halfway stage, so a chance to assess progress today.

Saturday 2nd November
Visit to London, including the Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret. Bring 3.50 and a travelcard; depart at 2.15pm.

Saturday 9th November
Activity Projects. Then participate in a balloon debate in the get together.

Saturday 16th November
If you are a budding filmmaker, write a film script and bring it in early November. Today we will make a film using the best one, and everybody can act a part.

Saturday 23rd November
Mini-excursion to the Pump House Gallery: ‘Everyday Objects’ free exhibition of unusual art. Leave at 10.30am and bring a packed lunch. Club starts as normal 2pm. Final Activity Projects session of the term and project presentations. 

29th November – 1st December
Pheasantry weekend. Limited places. Pick up the information sheet.

Saturday 7th December
No club today. Join your parents at the Family Christmas Celebrations, 6 to 9pm.

Saturday 14th December
Seniors Christmas Party. There will be a special sheet with full details.

Juniors                 For 10-12 year olds, Sat 10am-1pm

Saturday 7th September
Use all your brainpower for this morning’s ‘Build a Tower in an Hour’ competition.

Saturday 14th September
Wide Game on Wandsworth Common. Choose an Activity Crew for the term.

Saturday 21st September
Activity Crews. The first of four sessions to get your chosen project under way. 

Saturday 28th September
Feature Film. Sit back and enjoy this morning’s feature film on the big screen. On the Sunday, family tea and cakes on the lawn 3.30 – 6.30pm. Bring cakes!

Saturday 5th October
Activity Crews. The second of the four sessions.

Weekend 11th-13th October
Pheasantry Weekend 1. First of two pheasantry weekends this term. Only payment secures one of the limited places. Pick up an information sheet for full details.

Saturday 19th October
5-4-3-2-1 blast off! Can your Water Rocket blast into outer space?

Saturday 26th October
Activity Crews. After today, one session to go. Kelston rock on sale today.

Saturday 2nd November
Activity Crews. The final session, so have your finished project ready today.

Weekend 8 th-10th November
Pheasantry Weekend 2. Only payment secures one of the limited places. Pick up an information sheet for full details.

Saturday 16th November
The annual Kelston Fun Fair. Earn Kelstonians and use them to bid for prizes in the great auction. Invite friends and younger brothers in years 4 & 5. 3 entry fee.

Saturday 23rd November
Excursion to the Imperial War Museum. Come to Kelston as usual and we will return at 3pm. Bring a packed lunch and money for a travel card.

Saturday 30th November
Juniors Team Challenge. Your team will need to work well together and think outside the box if you are to triumph today.

Saturday 7th December
Juniors Christmas Party and younger brothers in years 4 & 5 can come too. You can then stay for the parents’ Christmas evening. Pick up the details sheet.

 

Summer 2016

Study Centre             Years 11 to 13, Sat 2.00-9.00pm

Saturday 16th April
Intensive study afternoon from 4.30 to 7.15 with evening entertainment.
Saturday 23rd April
Volleyball out on the common.
Saturday 30th April
Intensive study afternoon from 4.30 to 7.15 with evening entertainment.
Saturday 7th May
Evening 4-a-side football competition.
Saturday 14th May
Intensive study afternoon from 4.30 to 7.15 with evening entertainment.
Saturday 21st May
F.A. Cup Final after football on the common. Evening study.
Saturday 28th May
Intensive study afternoon from 4.30 to 7.15 with evening entertainment.
Saturday 4th June
Evening ice cream stroll along the river.
Saturday 11th June
Evening Euro 2016 game England v Russia.
Saturday 18th  June
Top Feature Film on the big screen.
Saturday 25th June
Mass for the feast of St Josemaria in the morning. Last 16 game in Euro 2016.
Saturday 2nd July
Evening quarter-finals game in Euro 2016.
Sunday 10th July
Recollection in the afternoon, football and Euro Final in evening.
Saturday 16th July
End of term Summer Barbecue.

Seniors+                         Years 9-10, Sat 2-6.30pm

Saturday 16th April
Ultimate Frisbee on the common.

Saturday 23rd April
Master Chef session to try out your cooking skills. Bring 2 for ingredients.

Saturday 30th April
100th Anniv. WWI Trip to the Imperial War Museum. Travelcard, depart 2.15pm.

Saturday 7th May
Volleyball on the common.

Saturday 14th May
Deformation Art. Hear about it from an expert and have a go yourself.

Saturday 21st May
Kelston Summer Quiz. Then stay for FA cup final at 5.30pm if you wish.

Saturday 28th May
Feature film. Bring popcorn and other snacks.

Saturday 4th June
Pitch and Putt in Morden Park. Depart at 2.15pm and bring 5.

Saturday 11th June
Board Games afternoon.

Saturday 18th  June
Sea Excursion to West Wittering. 7, a packed lunch, trunks. 10.15am to 8pm.

Saturday 25th June
Mass for the feast of St Josemaria in the morning. Afternoon of Dodgeball.

Saturday 2nd July
The History of Gaming. With a chance to play some of the early games.

Saturday 9th July
Excursion to Frensham Ponds. 10.15am to 6.30pm. Bring 7 and a packed lunch.

Saturday 16th July
End of term BBQ & games. Bring 3 for the BBQ.

Seniors                                   Years 7-8, Sat 2-5.15pm

Saturday 16th April
A game of Rounders on the common.

Saturday 23rd April
An afternoon of creativity with charades and Pictionary.

Saturday 30th April
Volleyball on the Common.

Saturday 7th May
Sit back and enjoy this afternoon’s feature film.

Saturday 14th May
Local May Pilgrimage. We’ll play football at the usual time.

Saturday 21st May
Round the world table tennis and badminton.

Saturday 28th May
Year 8s are welcome to join the Seniors+ this afternoon. Year 7s on camp.

Saturday 4th June
Marbles: a game of strategy and patience!

Saturday 11th June
Seniors' Checkmate Chess Competition.

Saturday 18th  June
Excursion to Hyde Park. 2.15pm to 6:30pm. Bring your Oyster Card.

Saturday 25th June
Mass for the feast of St Josemaria in the morning. Light-hearted quiz.

Saturday 2nd July
Build the most efficient water rocket to fly the highest. Bring 1 for materials.

Saturday 9th July
Summer Smoothie Competition and BBQ. Bring 2 for the fruit and BBQ.

Saturday 16th July
Guildford Spectrum Swimming pool. 11am to 5pm. 7, packed lunch, and trunks.

Juniors                        Years 5-6, Sat 10am-12.45pm

Saturday 16th April
Wide Game out in the woods.
Saturday 23rd April
Feature film: The Good Dinosaur. Bring popcorn and snacks.
Saturday 30th April
Rounders on the common.
Saturday 7th May
Portrait Competition. Bring the picture of someone and paint the best portrait.
Saturday 14th May
Dodge ball on the common.
Saturday 21st May
Bottle Top Racing - the rematch.
Saturday 28th May
No club today as there is the Juniors Summer Camp from 28th May to 1st June.
Saturday 4th June
Volleyball on the common.
Saturday 11th June
Cupcakes Competition. Bring toppings and 2 for ingredients.
Saturday 18th June
Touch Rugby on the common.
Saturday 25th June
Mass for the feast of St Josemaria in the morning. No club today.
Saturday 2nd July
Hyde Park Excursion. Bring Oyster Card and packed lunch. 10.30am to 5pm.
Saturday 9th July
The Pixar Classics. A selection of the studio's best short films.
Saturday 16th July
The Kelston 2016 Olympic Games. All sorts of games on the common.

 

Study Centre                                                       For 15-25 year olds

OFT (Olympics Fitness Training) will continue throughout the term at 3pm on Sundays. Kelston is open for private study each weekday evening.

Sunday 22nd April
Evening Crossover Chess Challenge, with cappuccinos. 

Sunday 29th April
Presentation on the Work Camp in the Catalan Pyrenees in the summer.

Sunday 6th May
This week’s Question Time from the BBC, with a discussion on topics raised.

Sunday 13th May
Cutting-edge Architecture. A photographic presentation of buildings around the world which take architecture into new directions.

Sunday 20th May
Evening Team Quiz on current affairs, coming events and general knowledge.

Sat 26th -  Open Day at Kelston, 3-6pm for family and friends to see the completed works at Kelston. Bring along something for the afternoon tea table.

Sunday 27th May
Volleyball out on the common.

Half-term intensive study course from Wednesday to Friday in Kelston. From 9.30am to 6.30pm. Bring packed lunch each day.

Sunday 3rd June
How Was Your Week? A series of invitations for professionals to come to Kelston and tell us what goes into their typical week.

Sunday 10th June
Informal tennis tournament at a local venue. Euro football in the evening.

Sunday 17th June
Sound Clips Challenge. Teams compete to identify the famous films from the short extracts of dialogue and various sound bites.

Sunday 24th June
Feature film and celebrations for the feast day of St Josemaria, the founder of Opus Dei on June 26th.

Sunday 1st July
The final of the UEFA European Football Championships.

Sunday 8th July
Barbecue for members and recent Kelstonians, with a special football game in the afternoon.

Sunday 15th July
Excursion to the Globe Theatre to watch Richard III, which starts at 6.30pm. Standing tickets cost 5.

Seniors                                            For 13-15 year olds, Sat 2-6.30pm

The Seniors start with football, followed by talks and the activity of the day. There is also a Wednesday Study Club from 4pm till 7pm.
Saturday 21st April
Pitch and Putt golf at Palewell Common. Bring 5: 2pm depart, back 7pm.
Saturday 28th April
Morning cycle ride to Richmond Park, leaving 10.30am. Bring your bike and packed lunch. Usual club in the afternoon - choose your Activity Project and get started.

Saturday 5th May
Watch the FA cup final and then take part in our own football match.

Saturday 12th May
This afternoon we have the second Activity Projects session.

Saturday 19th May
Leave 12pm for trip to the National Theatre to hear a classical pianist. Only need travelcard and packed lunch. Club starts 3.30pm. Question of Sport later.

Saturday 26th May
Open Day at Kelston, 3-6pm for family and friends to see the completed works at Kelston. Bring along something for the afternoon tea table. No club activities.

Saturday 2nd June
Watch a classic Feature film on the big screen.

Saturday 9th June
Activity Projects. It's the halfway stage, so a chance to assess progress today and adjust your goals if necessary.

Saturday 16th June
All-day excursion to Beachy Head. Bring 5, a packed lunch, a waterproof, and towel and runks. Depart Kelston at 10am and back at 8pm.

Saturday 23rd June
Activity Projects in the afternoon.

Saturday 30th June
Morning Mass for the feast of St Josemaria at 11am at St James Spanish Place. All the family are very welcome to attend.  The final Activity Projects session.

Saturday 7th July
All day excursion to Oxford, including punting on the river Cherwell. Bring 8 and a packed lunch. Depart Kelston at 10am and get back at 8pm.

Saturday 14th July
End of term 'Olympic Games' and BBQ in the garden.

23rd – 29th July
Seniors Summer Camp in Betws-y-Coed Snowdonia, North Wales. Information sheet available. Places are limited so sign up soon.

Juniors                                         For 10-12 year olds, Sat 10am-1pm

Saturday 21st April
Plasticine Monster Competition. Design, create and photo your monster.
Saturday 28th April
Kelston Funfair. Bring 2 to join in a host of games and activities.
Saturday 5th May
Excursion to Box Hill Country Park. 10am to 4pm. Bring a packed lunch and 4.

Saturday 12th May
Sit back and enjoy today’s feature film: How to Train Your Dragon.

Saturday 19th May
Filming a selection of short scripts and sketches this morning.

Saturday 26th May
Open Day at Kelston, 3-6pm for family and friends to see the completed works at Kelston. Bring along something for the afternoon tea table. No club activities.

1st – 3rd June
Juniors Summer Camp to the New Forest. Pick up an information sheet.

Saturday 9th June
Kelston Mini Olympics. Get into the mood of the Olympic Games.

Saturday 16th June
Treasure Hunt. Decipher the clues and follow the trail to win the treasure.

Saturday 23rd June
It’s a Knockout! Quiz and water balloon bonanza. Earn points in the quiz to win more water balloons for the water balloon game.

Saturday 30th June
Morning Mass for the feast of St Josemaria at 11am at St James Spanish Place. All the family are very welcome to attend.  No club activities.
 

Autumn 2012

Study Centre         For 15-25 year olds Sun 2.30-9pm

Football returns to Sunday afternoons at 2.30pm. Study time will be followed by an evening activity. A leadership scheme is available to all members in October.

Sunday 9th September
Chess and Cappuccinos. For beginners and those skilled at the game.

Sunday 16th September
Light-hearted team quiz answering questions on current affairs, trivia and sports.

Sunday 23rd September
Special family barbecue starting at 5.30pm but come when you like. Everyone to bring something to cook and drink, rather than our specifying a cost.

Sunday 30th September
Michael Moore, psychologist, hosts a session on self-confidence, with an emphasis on identifying, accepting and working through skill deficiencies.

Sunday 7th October
Top Feature Film in the new Kelston cinema with surround sound.

Sunday 14th October
Special session training club members in first aid, given by Geraldine Daly.

Sunday 21st October
Music Appreciation. Bring 2 songs on MP3 or CD, one a favourite, other obscure.

Sunday 28th October
Full-day mountain biking excursion to Deer’s Leap. No need to take bikes as they will be hired there. Bring 9 and a packed lunch. Leaving Kelston at 11.30am.

Sunday 4th November
Kelston’s own firework display in the garden, with hot dogs and doughnuts.

Sunday 11th November
Visit to the Olive Garden, a local Italian restaurant. Set menu and price.

Sunday 18th November
How Was Your Week? Gregory Fisher, head of animation at The Moving Picture Company (Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Narnia, X-Men…).

Sunday 25th November
Kelston’s own Question Time where we discuss and comment on current issues.

Sunday 2nd December
Creating Instant Cinema. Fast-action video recording from a written script.

Sunday 9th December
Students from Kelston return to speak about their first weeks of university life.

Sunday 16th December
The Annual Christmas Dinner followed by the traditional show. Places at table must be booked by the previous week.

Seniors                        For 13-15 year olds, Sat 2-6.30pm

The Seniors start with football, followed by talks and the activity of the day. There is also a Wednesday Study Club from 4pm till 7pm.

Saturday 8th September
Volleyball out on the common.

Saturday 15th September
All-day excursion to Camber Sands. The last swim of the summer, football on the beach and a wide game in the sand dunes. 10am-8pm, 7 and packed lunch.

Saturday 22nd September
Choose activity projects for the term and embark upon the first session.

Saturday 29th September
Watch a classic feature film: Twelve Angry Men.

Saturday 6th October
This afternoon we have the second Activity Projects session.

Saturday 13th October
All-day excursion to play pitch and putt at Hanger Hill and a visit to the Hendon aircraft museum. Bring 8 & a packed lunch; Leave 10.30am and back by 6.30pm.

Saturday 20th October
Activity Projects. Assess progress at the half-way stage.

Saturday 27th October
Mini-excursion. The Pump House Gallery: exploring maths in art. Leaving 10.30am. Bring a packed lunch and travelcard. Club starts 2pm. Board Games Convention.

Saturday 3rd November
Activity Projects. Stay on and visit a local fireworks display.

Friday 9th to Sunday 11th November
Weekend away in the New Forest. An information sheet will be available.

Saturday 17th November
Activity Projects in the afternoon.

Saturday 24th November
Take on a character of your choice in this afternoon’s Balloon Debate.

Saturday 1st December
Extra mini-excursion to the Horniman Museum. Leaving at 10am by minibus. Bring a packed lunch. Club starts normal 2pm. Presentations on the Activity Projects.

Saturday 8th December
No club today. Join your parents at the Family Christmas Celebrations, 6 to 9pm.

Saturday 15th December
Seniors Christmas Party. There will be a special sheet with full details.

Juniors                 For 10-12 year olds, Sat 10am-1pm

Saturday 8th September
Create a Comic. Join the production line as we put together a short cartoon comic.

Saturday 15th September
Sit back and enjoy today’s feature film on the big screen with surround sound.

Saturday 22nd September
Wide Game in Richmond Park.

Saturday 29th September
Chislehurst Caves. Leave 10am, back at 3pm. Bring 6 and a packed lunch.

Saturday 6th October
Lights, Camera, Action! Rehearse and perform a series of short film pieces.

Saturday 13th October
Musical-theme Morning. Bring an instrument or just sing along for this morning of rhythm.

Saturday 20th October
The 11th Kelston Fun Fair. 3 entry. Over-8s welcome.

Saturday 27th October
Trip to the Science Museum. Leaving Kelston at 10am and returning at 3pm. Bring a travelcard and packed lunch.

Saturday 3rd November
Challenge of the Senses. Coke or Pepsi? Cadbury’s or Mars? Cheddar or Edam? Can you tell the difference?

Saturday 10th November
Join us for a game of Softball out on the common.

Saturday 17th November
Bridge Building Competition. Design the strongest bridge with limited materials.

Saturday 24th November
Football Training Session. Take this chance to improve your dribbling, passing and shooting skills.

Saturday 1st December
Shadow Puppets. Make your puppet and perform in the Kelston Punch and Judy Show.

Saturday 8th December
Juniors Christmas Party. 3-6pm. Younger brothers eight and over are welcome. Details sheet will be available.

Autumn 2016

Study Centre               Year 11 to 13, Sat 1.45-9pm

The main activity for the Study Centre is private study for two hours in the afternoon. The new starting time is 1.45pm, so that football can start at 2pm.  In the evening there will be an activity according to the following monthly plan:

Week 1         Sports evening
Week 2         Cultural evening
Week 3         Recollection
Week 4         Film evening   
Week 5         Excursion

Seniors+                       Years 9 to 10, Sat 1.45-6.30pm

Saturday 10th September
Checkmate Chess Competition.

Saturday 17th September
French Cuisine Part 1: Crepes. Bring 3, and maybe some toppings of your own.

Saturday 24th September
Informal five-a-side football tournament out on the common.

Saturday 1st October
Delve into the artistic world of Salvador Dali.

Saturday 8th October
Engineering Project 1. Team bridge construction.

Saturday 15th October
Engineering Project 2. Team bridge completion and testing.

Saturday 22nd October
Take on a character of your choice in this afternoon’s Balloon Debate.

Saturday 29th October
Afternoon excursion into St Thomas More's London. Bring your Oyster Card.

Saturday 5th November
Sit back and enjoy today's feature film.

Saturday 12th November
Mega Art Movement: creating a massive masterpiece.

Saturday 19th November
French Cuisine Part 2: Croissants. Bring 3 to contribute to ingredients.

Saturday 26th November
Afternoon Excursion into central London. Bring your Oyster Card.

Saturday 3rd December
Sit back and enjoy a selection of comedy sketches.

Saturday 10th December
No seniors+ today. Family Christmas Carol Evening from 6.30pm.

Saturday 17th December
Seniors+ and Seniors Christmas Party. Full details on special sheet.

Seniors               Years 7 to 8, Sat 1.45-5.15pm                                                                  
Saturday 10th September
Wide games out on the common.

Saturday 17th September
Slo-Mo Video. Shoot the coolest high-speed video.

Saturday 24th September
Ultimate Frisbee out on the common.

Saturday 1st October
Pizza Making Competition. Bring 3, and maybe some toppings of your own.

Saturday 8th October
Kelston Olympics. A replay of the 2016 Games out on the common.

Saturday 15th October
Kelston/Westpark five-a-side tournament out on the common. Bring 2.

Saturday 22nd October
Build A Tower in an Hour. Bring 1 for building materials.

Saturday 29th October
Excursion to the Science Museum and Hyde Park. Leave Kelston at 10.15am and return to the club at 4pm. Bring an Oyster Card and a packed lunch.

Saturday 5th November
Origami. Learn the art of paper folding from an expert.

Friday 11th to Sunday 13th November
Pheasantry weekend. Look out for details. No club on Saturday.

Saturday 19th November
Activity Projects: Session 1. Choose from a number of projects.

Saturday 26th November
Activity Projects: Session 2. Continue with your chosen project.

Saturday 3rd December
Activity Projects: Session 3. A chance to present your project to the others.

Saturday 10th December  No seniors today, but join the Family Evening.

Saturday 17th December
Seniors and Seniors+ Christmas Party. Pick up a sheet with full details.

Juniors           Years 5 to 6, Sat 10.00am-12.45pm                                                                  

Saturday 10th September
Remote Control Car Racing. 1 entry, with prizes for various feats.

Saturday 17th September
Microphone, check… Delve into the prop box and make a music video!

Saturday 24th September
Wide games out on the common.

Saturday 1st October
Regular Activity Session 1. Choose your activity on 24th September.

Saturday 8th October
Excursion to the Imperial War Museum, leaving at 10.15am and back at 4pm. Bring an Oyster Card and a packed lunch.

Saturday 15th October
Informal five-a-side football competition out on the common.

Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd October
Pheasantry weekend. Look out for details. No club on Saturday.

Saturday 29th October
Regular Activity Session 2. Continue your chosen activity.

Saturday 5th November
Excursion to Richmond Park. Leaving Kelston at 10.15am and back at 4pm. Bring an Oyster Card and a packed lunch.

Saturday 12th November
The 12th Kelston Fun Fair, 10.30am-12.30pm. Look out for details. Younger brothers in Year 4 are welcome, as well as dads to help. 3 entry fee.

Saturday 19th November
Regular Activity Session 3. The concluding session of your chosen activity.

Saturday 26th November
Excursion to Chislehurst Caves. Leaving at 10.15am and back at 4pm. Bring an Oyster Card, packed lunch and entrance fee of 4.

Saturday 3rd December
Movie Time. Watch on the big screen. Bring snacks to share around.

Saturday 10th December
Juniors Christmas Party in afternoon, with family Carol Evening later.

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Open House on Sunday 25th September. Present and prospective new members with all the family can pop by any time between 2.30pm and 6.30pm to take a tour and meet the team. Tea and biscuits will be on the go all afternoon.

Spring 2017

Study Centre    
          Year 11 to 13, Sat 1.45-9pm

The principle activity for the Study Centre is private study in the silence of the library. The time of starting is 1.45pm so that football can start at 2pm.  In the evening there will be an activity according to the following monthly plan:

Week 1         Sports evening
Week 2         Cultural evening
Week 3         Recollection
Week 4         Film evening   
Week 5         Excursion

For those over 14, the Kelston Spring Retreat is from 10th - 12th February, so pick up the available form to attend.

The Annual Intensive Study Week for those preparing for public examinations will take place at the end of the term. Full details in early February.

Seniors+                       Years 9 to 10, Sat 1.45-6.30pm
Saturday 14th January
Start the term by inviting friends to a mini 5-a-side football tournament.
Saturday 21st January
Art Sculptures: wire framing and plaster. Bring 2 towards cost of materials.
Saturday 28th January
Art Sculptures: painting and presentation.

Saturday 4th February
Film Club: Twelve Angry Men. Presentation, film and discussion.

Saturday 11th February
Team Quiz on general and specialist topics.
For those over 14, the Kelston Spring Retreat is from 10th - 12th February, so pick up the available form to attend.

Saturday 18th February
Biscuit Baking: Sable Breton. Bring 2 for ingredients. In the morning, a group from Year 10 will be visiting the homeless.

Saturday 25th February
Musical Jam Session.  Join the beats and rhythms in tune with the musicians.

Saturday 4th March
LEGO Technic Competition. Construction skills and ingenuity needed.

Saturday 11th March
A game of baseball on the common.

Saturday 18th March
Exam-time Study Day 11am - 6pm. Bring packed lunch, and football kit for the usual game in the afternoon.

Saturday 25th March
Bowling Excursion to a local venue. Bring 7 and an Oyster card.

Friday 31st March - Sunday 2 nd April
Weekend trip to North Wales. See separate sheet for further details.

Saturday 8th April
Kelston Game Event.  A selection of both team and individual challenges.


Seniors   Years 7 to 8, Sat 1.45-5.15pm                                                                  
Saturday 14th January
Wide game on the common.
Saturday 21st January
LEGO Technic Competition. Teams build battle robots to combat each other.
Saturday 28th January
Football Training Session. Besides playing, learn some new techniques to practise.

Saturday 4th February
Kelston Paper Game out on the common.

Saturday 11th February
Kelston Game Event.  A selection of both team and individual challenges.

Saturday 18th February
Afternoon excursion into the city for the London Challenge. Bring Oyster card.

Saturday 25th February
Full 11-a-side football game on the common, with a break for half-time.

Saturday 4th March
Forest Excursion. Bring packed lunch and an Oyster card. Leaving Kelston at 10.15am and returning at 5pm.

Saturday 11th March
Cooking for Year 7. Bring 2 for ingredients. Board Games for Year 8.

Saturday 18th March
The Ultimate Cinema Experience. Bring popcorn and enjoy the show.

Saturday 25th March
5-a-side Football Tournament. Bring your friends and form a team.

Saturday 1st April
Cooking for Year 8. Bring 2 for ingredients. Board Games for Year 7.

Saturday 8th April
Scalextrics Grand Prix on the Kelston digital track.


Juniors           Years 5 to 6, Sat 10.00am-12.45pm                                                                  
Saturday 14th January
Obstacle Course Challenge. Navigate a host of indoor obstacles.

Saturday 21st January
Feature film on the big screen with surround sound.
Saturday 28th January
The Egg Descent. Attempt to build a team ELV - Egg Landing Vessel.

Saturday 4th February
Kelston Book of Records. Try to improve on the records on the Kelston website.

Saturday 11th February
Dads and Sons Ice Skating at the Guildford Spectrum. Leaving 10.15am and back 4pm. Bring 8, gloves and a packed lunch. Parents are needed to drive there.

Saturday 18th February
Microphone ready? Check! Take part in the recording of our own music track.

Saturday 25th February
Wide game on the common. It's a strategic game of attack and defence.

Saturday 4th March
The Annual NBC Five-a-side Football Competition. Pick up an entry form for you and your friends to form a team.

Saturday 11th March
Team Multi-media Quiz. A test for your observational skills and quick reactions.

Saturday 18th March
Spring Grand Prix. Show your driving skills around the Kelston Scalextrics circuit.

Saturday 25th March
Bridge Building Competition. Design, build and test your team bridge made from drinking straws and tape.

Saturday 1st April
Marathon Art Morning. Apply your artistic talents to three different forms of plastic art.

Saturday 8th April
The End of Term Show. Prepare a sketches and musical performances.
 

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