A journey of discovery
We help our students equip themselves for the adventure and challenges of 21st century life from a young age – and have fun along the way!
We aim to inspire the minds of our pupils with qualities important to us:
Churcher’s College pupils are given the tools and opportunities to reach for and achieve their goals, dreams and aspirations. Whether it’s starting a new business with Young Enterprise, developing their on-stage presence in drama or achieving a personal best in sport, Churcher’s pupils are encouraged to fly.
- Third Year Enterprise Workshop Day
- Evie Wins U16 Junior Great South Run
- Charlie Chosen as Petersfield Mayor's Cadet
- Model United Nations
Churcher’s College provides the right environment for young people to flourish and develop the skills to succeed in the wider world beyond school. Through our pastoral provision our young people are nurtured and supported in all they do.
- Physics Students Soar Into Space Design National Finals
- NSEA Schools Equestrian Team
- Women of the Future Ambassadors' Reception
- SATRO Challenge
Churcher’s College is a place where everyone is encouraged to be the best they can be. Whether it’s art and design, netball, music or canoeing the Thames, there is a focus on developing talents to the full.
- Gabe Completes Competent Crew Sailing Course
- Lower School Play: Around the World in 80 Days
- Year 5 Science Gophers
- John Locke Essay Prize
Churcher’s College instills a sense of adventure in its pupils in and beyond the classroom. Whether it is the hugely ambitious Outdoor Learning and Adventurous Activities programmes, including worldwide travel and great challenge, or Combined Cadet Force (CCF), or even Senior School “Gophers’ Science Club” where Senior School pupils are given responsibility for Junior School pupils. There are a great many opportunities to work as a team and discover inner-strength and determination.
- CCF Biennial Inspection
- Gold DofE Canoeing
- Senior Adventure Club
- Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Marathon
Part of understanding your place in the wider world is to understand the importance of being a good citizen. Across the school, our pupils and staff work with the local community to share resources, help others and learn how to work together. Our school supports various local, national and international charities.