Sixth Form Enrichment , Extra Curricular & Super Curricular
Lutterworth College Sixth Form has a diverse and vibrant enrichment programme, which challenges students to learn and develop skills outside of the classroom.
Students experience considerable levels of responsibility and demonstrate vital leadership skills.
These opportunities prepare our students for the adult world, building confidence and broadening their educational provision.
All year 12 students must select an enrichment option on application. Year 13 students are also actively encouraged to get involved with enrichment activities, both in and out of college,
Amongst the range of activities we offer are:
- Duke of Edinburgh
- Kenya Partnership
- World Challenge
- Sports Leaders
- Student Leadership Team
- Extended Project Qualification
- Peer Mentoring
- Recreational Sports
- Young Enterprise
It is our expectation that all students in the 6th Form complete at least an hours work experience or volunteering a fortnight. Many universities are now expecting students to have completed relevant work experience.
Students in the 6th Form currently volunteer and complete work experience and volunteering in a wide range of industries, including:
- Peer mentoring within KS3 & 4 lessons
- Volunteering at Sherrier Primary School
- Shadowing a local PM in Parliament
- Shadowing Surgeons at Leicester Royal Infirmary
- Work Experience in local care homes
All students should aim to contribute to the school or wider community in some way. Recognition of their work can be acknowledged through the Volunteering scheme. This is co-ordinated by Mrs Mills in the 6th Form Study Centre (Q Zone).
We actively encourage all of our students to participate in super curricular activities. Super curricular activities are those that take your regular curriculum further . They take the subjects you study in the classroom beyond that which your teacher has taught you or what you’ve done for homework. It is activities such as these that sets our students above others when making University, apprenticeship or job applications. As part of our weekly mentor time programme 6th Form students are encouraged to complete MOOCS. These are online, open access courses that are often affiliated by leading universities. You can access courses by clicking HERE
To ensure that we are supporting 6th Form students in recognising the importance of a super curricular, we ask that all activities are logged via the online form. Super Curricular Log