Enrichment takes place every Friday afternoon, and takes students away from the usual learning environment by giving them the opportunity to try something new. We have an exciting range of different activities on offer every term which are led and supported by our passionate staff.
Some activities happen off-site, and we even have outside coaches come in to lead sessions. Enrichment allows students to develop new skills and have a taste of things which might lead onto a lifelong passion for that activity.
We are always on the lookout for new offers and support in our activities. If you think you can offer something different or volunteer your time, please get in touch.
For further information on the Enrichment programme, please contact Mr Fishman on 01622 752490 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For the latest range of activities available to students, see the attached document under Page Downloads on the right.
New activities for term 1 include Javelin, SAA Creative Writing and Ancient Civilisations & Cultures.
What do our students think of Enrichment?
“By taking performing arts as an Enrichment, I auditioned and was successful in securing a main part.” Lee, Year 10
“If it wasn’t for horse riding in Enrichment, I wouldn’t be able to ride!” Amy-Mari, Year 8
“I enjoyed improving my skills in rugby, like tackling and rucking.” Finley, Year 7
“I like Enrichment because you get to do a lot of different activities you don’t normally do.” Emily Year 9
“The Enrichments are good as you can learn many things…so far I have most enjoyed Dance, which has helped me with my stage fright.” Carys, Year 7
“Enrichment gives me the chance to show what I enjoy doing outside of school inside school.” Alivia, Year 8
“You’re allowed to express your creativity and you can make friends that like the same things as you.” Keira, Year 7
“I’ve enjoyed the experiments in Science Club, it’s different to my Science lessons.” Natasha, Year 8
“I am learning how to speak and write Japanese and learn about another country.” Jakub, Year 7
“ I now want to do politics A-Level.” Christina, Year 9