Pupil Enrichment

Combined Cadet Force


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At Stover School, we aim to encourage self-confidence, self-motivation and self-discipline within a safe and caring community and our Combined Cadet Force (CCF) Contingent is just one way we seek to challenge our pupils in these areas.

Stover School is delighted to offer the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) to the options available to Senior School pupils. With the aim to instill values in young people that will help them get the most out of their lives, and to contribute to their communities and country.

Our pupils benefit in a variety of ways; our staff have selected a range of training which we feel promotes leadership, confidence, teamwork and individual resilience.

Stover School benefits from the CCF by means of engaging our pupils in a broad range of extra-curricular activities, aiding their personal development. It is simply about broadening the range of what we offer and instilling those values of leadership, confidence, teamwork, and resilience into our pupils.

Learning does not stop at the classroom door and at Stover School pupils benefit from participation in a wide range of activities.
The Activities Programme is an important part of the school day and a variety of activities are offered to pupils throughout the school. The Activities Programme is designed to develop pupils as individuals, enrich education and help recognise talent and potential. We encourage every pupil to try a range of these, which can lead to life-long hobbies and passions.

The CCF is a welcome addition to the programme and is an exciting development for our pupils.


Membership to the Stover CCF is for the entire academic year. This ensures there is enough time for pupils to progress in terms of military, non-military skills and rank. The CCF is usually an activity that pupils commence in Year 9 and continue until the end of their time at school.

Costs – £150 per year


For more information on our CCF programme please talk to Mr Ryan, Miss Cocks or Mr Hartley.

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