Enrichment

Activities

We are extremely proud of the variety of enrichment activities that are offered at Monmouth Schools Sixth Form, which provide the opportunity to develop practical life skills, such as lifeguarding, first aid and self-defence.

Through our Sixth Form Enrichment programme, we hope to raise aspirations, achievements and the cultural experiences of students whilst exposing them to learning skills that would not normally be acquired in the classroom.

We offer wider academic opportunities ranging from Arabic and Printing to Model United Nations.

We also run a diverse range of activities including our sector leading Monmouth Science Initiative with Cardiff University, award-winning entries in the Young Enterprise Scheme and national engineering competitions.

Wednesday options include:

Students choose one course from:

Combined Cadet Force: Army or RAF section

Monmouth Science Initiative

AS level Film Studies

AS level Politics

AS level Greek

Extended Project Qualification

RLSS Lifeguarding course

Model United Nations

Volunteering: Dementia care and primary school

MOOCS

The Lion’s Mouth

Engineering Education Scheme Wales

Young Enterprise

 

Friday options include:

Students choose one course from:

Two term courses:

Senior school play

Greenpower

Sports leader award (level 2)

One term courses:

Post GCSE French

Post GCSE German

Printing

Football leadership

Tennis coaching

Half term courses:

Anthropology

Arabic

Current Affairs

Ethics

Emergency First Aid at Work

Japanese culture: living and working in Japan

London Institute of Banking and Finance

Money matters

Self defence

Sign language

Whit Stillman’s Comedies of Manners