As a Christian school rooted in our local community we consider outreach an essential part of our purpose. 


Salisbury Cathedral School Games Department seeks to build links with the local community to celebrate the rich value that sport contributes to our society.

We host 3 seasonal tournaments (Tag-Rugby in the Michaelmas term, Hockey in the Lent term and Cricket in Trinity term) which provides our pupils with the opportunity to work alongside local primary pupils and their parents by enjoying a fun afternoon of sport. In addition, our staff visit and lead coaching sessions with local schools and clubs to further strengthen our links with the community.




The Cathedral Junior Choir  was established in 2007 as a development of the 'Singing Together' outreach initiative run by the Cathedral and Cathedral School.  The choir is non-auditioned and open to all boys and girls in School years 4-8. Susie Lamb, Director of Music at the Cathedral School, leads the choir.  She is fully supported by the Cathedral's musicians who all act as rehearsal pianists and provide a real link with the rest of the Cathedral's music making.


Young Families

Bright Beginning is a 'Stay and Play' activity group for children aged 2-4 years. Bright Beginnings has been set up in partnership with Major and Minors, Kidzlovefit and Toddler Sense. The aim is to enable the children to have a exciting and varied selection of activities each week. The group has been a real success with the children and parents alike.





Two of the most popular charities regularly supported with initiatives by Cathedral School children and their families are:

Childrens’ Chance:  A small Salisbury charity that aims to give children and young people whose families are going through hard times, or who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, the opportunity to do things such as music and sporting lessons that would otherwise be denied them, and which can so often be taken for granted.

The Trussell Trust ‘s Christmas box Appeal is a strong favourite as each Christmas children assemble shoeboxes filled with presents to some of the poorest people in Southeast Europe.





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