Sixth Form: Sixth Form Enrichment 2020-21

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What enrichment activities will I be able to do?

Enrichment and Extra-curricular

Introduction on Friday 3rd from 1pm

Sixth Form Enrichment options at TBSHS are, we believe,  unrivalled by any other school in the area.


Enrichment and Extra-curricular

Introduction on Friday 3rd from 1pm

Enrichment normally happens every Wednesday afternoon with a whole host of other possible options in addition to the ones mentioned below and during the Zoom session on Friday.

We consider the Enrichment programme an integral part of Sixth Form life at TBSHS. Whether you are playing sportdebating, planning Interact events, playing music or enjoying a game of chess, this timetabled hour every week allows pupils to move their focus away from academic pressures and onto existing hobbies or starting new ones.

In previous Inductions pupils have had the chance to sample these Enrichment options but this of course is not possible this year. Therefore, in order to give you as authentic an experience as possible we have planned the above session to take place online. Mr Munro and current Year 12 students will present to you live and explain in detail the many different options available. Most crucially the students will share their personal reasons for participating in a certain activity and the role it plays in their physical, social and mental well-being.

Expected Enrichment options for 2020/2021:

· Sport:


Netball (girls only)

Senior Football

Recreational Football


Fitness Suite / Weights


· Drama

Preparations for the school show    

. Music 

Musical activities for singers and instrumentalists

Ensembles include - Senior Jazz


Concert Band

Guitar Ensembles  

Strings Ensemble

· Interact – organising school fund raising activities

· Volunteering

· Debating

Model United Nations (MUN)     

· Mock Bar Trial

· Chess  

· Board Games


There are many other enrichment opportunities available throughout the school week with lunchtime, form time and after school activities such as student–led societies, subject-based clubs and clinics, peer mentoring and paired reading, music, sport and drama.