With us, enrichment is an integral part of learning – that's why it's part of our curriculum and every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, you can challenge yourself, try new things and extend your interests.
Explore the creative arts, music or a new language. Be entrepreneurial, set up a social enterprise. Light up the stage with a dazzling performance. Flex your journalistic skills, write for Teal magazine. Make a difference through community outreach. Argue your point in a mock trial or at a Model United Nations event. Create world changing ideas through TED-Ed Club … the choice is yours! Enrichment options include:
- Practical Art Printmaking
- Community Art
- Cabaret Committee
- Drama Backstage and Tech
- 6th Form Play
- Beginners' Chinese
- Beginners' Arabic
- Beginners' Italian
- Music performance
- Music- Rock School
- Film Studies
- Gardening Club
- Model United Nations
- Journalism for the student magazine Teal
- Fitness, health and nutrition
- Running Group
- Self defence
- Fitness Gym
- Fitness Circuits
- Exploration Society
- Modern Psychology
- and more...
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Broaden your horizons, skills and friendships through the DofE - you'll be sure to grow in confidence and become more independent as you volunteer, get fit, learn, go on expeditions, and more.
Go global ...
Through study visits, exchange tours or volunteering you could find yourself in Costa Rica, Cuba, the Himalayas, Kiev, Munich, New York or Zanzibar … a whole world of opportunities.
Our Keio exchange starts with several months of intensive Japanese language training. Then come the highlights of our scholarship exchange programme with Keio Shonan Fujisawa Senior High School in Yokohama.
The exchange programme has been running for a number of years and we expect it to continue for many years to come. A scholarship scheme set up by the founder of Keio School has enabled a small number of our students to welcome a group of Japanese students into their homes.
The Japanese students attend lessons in our Foundation and visit places of interest in and around Cambridge and London. This hospitality is reciprocated when our students visit Japan for an expenses paid trip to the Keio campus which also includes visits to cultural sites and famous landmarks.
This is a scholarship awarded to students demonstrating an interest in Japanese language and culture, who are willing to commit to weekly twilight Japanese lessons, leading to a one year GCSE.
It is a highly successful exchange, with students and exchange partners often developing lasting friendships.
It all adds up to a remarkable cultural experience that has a lasting impact on everyone involved, whatever their nationality.