Throughout the Sixth Form, there are numerous opportunities to develop and build skill sets outside of the classroom. Such activities come in many shapes and forms and are designed to contrast what happens in lessons by creating opportunities to try something different. From working with the younger years as a ‘Buddy’ or a ‘Mentor’, to running or attending one of our societies (currently FemSoc, DebateSoc, LawSoc, MedSoc and Oxbridge) to entering the annual Investors challenge, students have a wide range of activities to select from.
Some other Enrichment activities include playing a Musical instrument or forming band, applying to be part of the school production team, joining one of the sports teams, Coding club or playing in the intra-Sixth Form sports league, ‘Sixth League. ‘There are many more which are introduced each year to fit the needs of our students and the skills of our staff.
Extra-Curricular Trips & Study Visits
A-Level subjects run numerous trips throughout both Year 12 and Year 13 to support the learning that takes place at school. In addition, there are also many study visits which are usually located more centrally around London that help to develop subject knowledge, develop an enthusiasm for a subject and support students learn beyond the specification which is required for the very top grades. New trips are introduced or changed regularly to suit the needs of the courses and students.
Some more recent trip has included the Year 12 trip to New York and Washington, the Geography field trip, Drama visits to the theatre and the Year 13 Drive Safe trip.