At Holy Family Catholic School we offer a wide range of opportunities for Sixth Form students to broaden their horizons and engage with activities they may not have had the chance to experience before. We offer an extensive personal enrichment programme for students to choose from, including activities such as learning how to cook in preparation for university, teacher vs. student debates and experiencing foreign film culture.
Activities that take students outside of their known environment include Duke of Edinburgh and developing soft skills to increase their teamwork and organisational skills. This is also involves an element of giving back to the wider community through voluntary work.
As a Catholic school, Community Enrichment is very important to us, where students are giving back to the school and the wider local community. We offer programmes such as mentoring younger students, increasing the literacy of students in the younger years and helping elderly members of the community learn how to use technology.
We believe that these activities will help prepare students for their wider life outside of the school setting. The skills and experiences they gain during our enrichment programme will offer new opportunities to develop talents to aid their experiences in later life, and help students become well rounded university students, apprentices, workers and citizens.
• Table Tennis
• Duke of Edinburgh Award (Sliver/Gold)
• Mindful Colouring
• Art Club
• Social Justice
• First Aid
• Debating Club
• Helping literacy in lower years using Units of Sounds
• Mentoring for Year 7-11
• Charity Group
• Tutor time aid
• Subject Ambassadors
• Sport Leaders
• Silver Surfers