If you ask students what they like about the College, they frequently highlight our enrichment programmes. We are proud of our tradition of offering students the opportunity to participate in additional courses and activities that broaden their experience, and develop their personal skills.

All of our first-year students and most of our second years follow an enrichment course; some may complement examinable subjects, while others help develop skills that may be important for higher education, employment or simply adult life.

Enrichment is designed to closely meet the needs of students; responding to the outcome of a student survey and focus groups. The programme allows you to choose a ‘theme’ for your enrichment that may be more closely linked to your academic programme, progression plans or personal interests.

Consider what you might choose and why and how what you do might enhance your CV and/or prepare you for your next step and the future as you firm up progression plans.

The programme which is available has been grouped into strands or themes of activity which may help decide what you want or need to do.

Whatever your motivation there should be something that appeals. So… have a look …have a think…and consider your choices.

Includes many visual performing and expressive arts courses and much more.

CAD for Design and Architecture
Colouring Art Therapy
Comedy Club
Community Theatre
Creative Crafts
Creative Crafts
Digital Arts
Music – Open Mic and Bands
Student Performance

A variety of options including competitive and recreational sport.

Back to Netball
Badminton Recreational
Badminton Team
Bootcamp Fitness
Boxing Fitness
Conditioning and Toning
Couch to 5K
Cricket Team
Football Recreational
Men’s Basketball Team
Men’s Football Team
Men’s Rugby Team
Netball Team
Short Tennis (Cardio Tennis)
Strength & Conditioning
Studio Exercise
Table Tennis
Women’s Basketball
Women’s Cricket
Women’s Football
Women’s Rugby

A chance to help others in a number of ways including mentoring and ambassador type roles.

Student Ambassador

An opportunity to try something you have considered,  or continue to a higher level something you currently do.

Creative Writing
Cinema Appreciation
Design and Sew Your Own Summer Outfit
European Film
Student Newspaper

A list of subject specific or skill development activities aimed at improving your literacy, numeracy, subject knowledge etc and also challenging you to achieve top grades.

Catch up and improve – Social Sciences
Visual Arts Portfolio Building

Targeted at personal and skill development; helping to make you employable in a competitive market. Getting you ready for life in general after WQE and will include such things as financial awareness and global citizenship.

Classical World
Financial Skills for your Future
Global issues and Geographical skills
Law for Daily Life
Real World Economics and Politics


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