Enrichment, Community and Wellbeing

Enrichment, Community and Wellbeing

At SMSJ we are committed to widening our Sixth Form experience beyond the classroom. This includes a range of extra-curricular opportunities, the opportunity to complete work experience and specific Sixth Form days, as well as residential trips.  We also encourage students to serve the school or wider community, as well as look after their well being.

All students starting in Year 12 will take part in the Year 12 Induction programme. This will involve the whole of Year 12 taking part in a team building trip during the first few weeks of the school year, as well as participating in various activities to develop team work, independence and leadership skills.

During their time in Sixth Form, students will have access to a wide variety of sport, music, drama and other enrichment activities.

Leadership

Sixth Form will be encouraged to participate in the Student Leadership programme, which will provide a wide range of unique leadership opportunities. It allows students to be involved in school governance and to take an active role in the running of the Sixth Form. Sixth formers are also encouraged to support our younger students through programmes such as peer mentoring, sports leaders and paired reading.

Culture and Community

At Sixth Form our wider curriculum is designed to prepare students for university and the world of work. Our tailored curriculum will prepare students to talk confidently in public and social situations, experience a range of cultural activities and support local, national or international charities. A particular focus of enrichment will be widening students’ access to the huge diversity of opportunities London has to offer. Throughout their time at Sixth Form students have many opportunities for trips and experiences within London ranging from Museums, Theatres, Exhibitions, Concerts, Sporting Events and much more.

Sport

Sixth Form students have access to a fantastic range of facilities on-site as well as off-site facilities. Students can participate in a  range of clubs and teams, many of them achieving success at Borough level. In addition we offer a range of outdoor education opportunities, including the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award Scheme.

Performance

SMSJ has a vibrant Performing Arts Departments, offering opportunities for creative self-expression and involvement at every level. At Sixth Form, students are encouraged to take part in our diverse programme of activities throughout the year, including whole school productions, musical concerts and serenades.

 
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