Enrichment Programme

Extra Curricular Programme

At Scarborough College we take the Enrichment Programme very seriously.  After all, having fun is a serious business!  Education outside the classroom plays an essential part in both developing students’ social confidence, extending existing interests and creating new ones.  In some cases, the sessions are geared to reinforcing students’ learning for both very able students and those who require more support.

Please click here for this term’s programme of activities 

  • EP Prog pdf

What’s On Offer?  Enrichment Programme subjects (Activities)

Please note that the following activities represent a sample only.  Activities vary according to the seasons and particular interests of staff and students

Sport: Rugby, Hockey, Running Club, Swimming, Dance, Zumba

Languages: French Conversation, Spanish Conversation, Ab Initio Spanish Conversation (beginners)

The Arts: Art, Choir,  School Production, Band, Costume & Props

Others: Duke of Edinburgh training, Touch Typing, Geography in the News, Debating Society, Maths Extension, Maths Booster, Reading Booster, Supervised Prep, FPS Computer Games, Calligraphy, ICT Prep Club, Science Club, Wargames, Sixth Form Tutor time, Chess, Film Club and Engineering Club.

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Activities take place outside of lesson times at lunchtimes and after school.  The EP schedule, as it’s known, runs from 4.15pm to 5.15pm on four days a week.  The College ensures the opportunities available are wide-ranging.  Each pupil’s tutor will encourage individuals to have a balanced Enrichment profile.  The programme changes termly and all students must sign up for at least THREE activities which they will undertake on a weekly basis.  At least one of these must be a physical activity.

Activities such as Duke of Edinburgh Award come with the added benefit of trips and camps which further boosts bonding with other pupils and enhances life experience. Do see the separate page for more information about the Duke of Edinburgh Award programme and the opportunities available in school.

Furthermore, there are other residential trips such as cultural visits to Europe and in the UK as well as sports tours and expeditions in the UK and abroad..