Enrichment

As a student at the college you will have the opportunity to engage in a number of enrichment activities to broaden your horizons and offer you the opportunity to discover new interests.

  1. Over the course of the year, the Sixth Form will be running trips as part of a wider activity of enrichment. For example, trips to see Brighton and Hove Albion at the AMEX stadium, opportunities to experience West End productions in London as well as opportunities to enrich your subject knowledge through academically related visits including Business/Economics trips to the continent and Government and Politics trips to the Houses of Parliament.
  2. The Villiers Park Scholars Programme
    The Sixth Form participates in the Villiers Park Scholars Programme. Existing Villiers Park Scholars will have mentoring sessions. If spaces become available at the beginning of the academic year, additional Year 12 scholars from The Sixth Form may be selected.
  3. Get Active The Get Active programme offers a wide variety of sport, health and dance activities for students of all ages. As part of the get active programme, students at the Sixth Form can involve themselves in a variety of sporting activities, whether this partaking in exercise in the gym, or joining the college football team. The variety of activities on offer is vast. This year we have introduced Yoga, Zumba and Combat Conditioning to our offer of activities and they have proved very popular. Want to find out more? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  4. Wider enrichment
    A wider enrichment programme is available in the Sixth Form whereby learners can engage in specific areas of interest. Staff take on responsibility for certain enrichment activities and these include Model United Nations, Stocks and Shares Club, as well as a debating society.