We provide a range of enrichment activities for our students. Through these you can discover new skills and give something back, whilst gaining valuable experience to include on university or job applications.
Enrichment at Sheringham Sixth Form
- Coach our junior sports teams
- Take part in school drama performances – on stage or back stage
- Help out with our very successful Reading Challenge programme
- Work with disabled students at Sheringham Woodfields School
- Play in the school orchestra
- Get involved with the local churches or wider community
- Become a ‘Volunteer’ in a range of activities
- Represent your Sixth Form as a “Student Ambassador”
- Be a ‘classroom assistant’ in a Year 7 class at Sheringham High School
- Help run the student committee or a sixth form club
- Be a ‘Peer Supporter’
- Join the ‘Eco Team’
The list grows longer every year – mainly because of your suggestions.
Spot the difference
On 8th December, Alec Hutchinson generously agreed to undergo a close shave as part of Sheringham High School’s charity week.
He raised a wonderful £30.85!
On 9th December 2016, Sheringham Sixth Formers sported their festive finest by proudly wearing Christmas jumpers and raising £90.62 as part of the school Charities Week.
Dementia Friendly Launch Event
Health and Social Care and Psychology students helped with setting up Sheringham and Cromer as dementia friendly communities in November 2015. This community has been set up to raise awareness amongst local businesses, services and community projects of the effects of dementia and how they could support individuals who have this condition to live independently.
20 Sixth Form students supported this event on Tuesday evening helping with car parking, meeting and greeting and serving refreshments. They were invited to listen to key speakers at the launch regarding dementia and what we as a community can do to help this condition which is increasing in society. Feedback from the guests at the launch congratulated the students on their hard-work and commitment and also for recognising this is not just a condition that affects the elderly but the whole community.