The Enrichment programme at The Crypt School is designed to develop students’ skills. Part of the ethos of the Sixth Form is to develop students as whole individuals. With a wide range of activities, every student has ample opportunity to broaden their interest base and learn new skills. The programme is integrated into the broader curriculum with time dedicated to Enrichment on Wednesdays. The spectrum of activities on offer ranges from Formula 1 engineering to spin classes. Most activities such as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Silver and Gold Award, Young Enterprise, Yoga, Chess, Sport Leaders, Netball, Rugby, Cookery, Football and First Aid cover more than one aptitude. A strong emphasis is also placed on linking raw academic hunger with that of a broad interest base. The result is that academic clubs such as EPQ, Latin or the Open University YASS courses attract students from a wide variety of disciplines.
In terms 5 and 6 we offer students the opportunity to attend career talks from a variety of backgrounds such as Banking, Architecture, Volunteering, Engineering and Art, offering students an invaluable understanding of the world beyond school. Sixth Formers can also complete an Employability Award over the time spent with us which encourages the development of their human and social capital. What is certain is that “we do not do boring at The Crypt Sixth Form”.